Certificate (9 units)
This program is offered
to teachers holding a clear Special Education Specialist
Credential who wish to serve handicapped students who
spend the majority of the day in the regular classroom.
Required of all resource specialists since June, 1981, the
certificate provides the additional competencies in
program coordination, legal compliance, consultation,
staff development, parent education, and advanced services
needed to successfully fulfill the role of the resource
specialist in the public schools.
Possession of a clear
California Special Education Specialist Credential, or a
clear Clinical Services Credential in Language, Speech
and Hearing with Special Class Authorization.
A total of three years
of successful full-time teaching experience across both
regular and special education verified by district
letter(s) and three professional references.
SPE 527 - Resources Specialist I: Program Planning (3)
SPE 528 - Resources Specialist II: Advanced
Collaboration, Consultation, and Communications for
Special Education Specialists (3)
SPE 529 - Resources Specialist III: Advanced Assessment
Instruction Curriculum Modification for Mild/Moderate
NOTE: A current
catalog should be purchased by all students enrolling in
Graduate Education programs. Students should consult a
CSUDH catalog for all requirements and deadlines.