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No hidden testing fees for licensure
The cost of completion of testing and licensure required for a recommendation for a Wisconsin teaching license is covered in the program.
Attend a Teacher Preparation Info Session
- November 17
Special Education Timeline
|Spring semester prior to program start date||Submit all outstanding grades and/or/documentation related to subject preparation or conditional acceptance.|
|mid-May*||First summer course registration|
|September to mid-January**||Fall semester : campus courses and school based fieldwork|
|January to mid-June**||Spring semester: courses and fieldwork- full time student teaching|
|March to May||Teaching performance evaluation|
|mid-June to early August*||Second Summer: Coursework and masters project|
|*Dates will vary (see UW Academic Calendar for official start dates) **Dates will vary by local school district calendars|
Semesters Sneak Peak
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- Individuals with Disabilities (if applicable)
- Introduction to Teaching in Special Ed
- Teaching Mathematics in Inclusive Settings
- Development, Learning and Education Foundations in Special Education
- Access to the General Curriculum for Students with Disabilities
- Classroom Management for Inclusive Classrooms
- Student Teaching Seminar
- Diagnosis, Assessment, and Instructional Planning in Special Education
- Language and Reading Instruction for Students with Disabilities
- Methods in Transition and Vocational Education
- Student Teaching
- Multicultural Issues in Special Education
- Introduction to Research in Special Education
Financial Support Is Available
Earn the equivalent of in-state tuition and fees, testing, and licensing costs when you pledge to work at a Wisconsin pre-kindergarten through 12th-grade school for three to four years after graduation.