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The Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant (LDT-C Endorsement) is currently in development.
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The LDT-C Endorsement is an 8 course 24 credit sequence of courses designed to provide candidates with the ability to diagnose and correct learning disabilities. The program culminates with a 100-hour practicum in which candidates diagnose and create a remediation plan that supports the students in working toward their full potential.
In this program, you will learn to:
- Develop Individual Education Plans based on data derived from formal and informal assessment.
- Deliver services in a variety of environmental settings.
- Evaluate current practices in the education of students with disabilities and learn to make recommendations for the development of the child’s educational plan from research-based methods and materials.
- Choose appropriate tests and interpret results in order to meet the learning needs of individual learners.
- Collaborate as a part of the Child Study Team to provide students with appropriate placements in the least restrictive environment.
- Establish collaborative partnerships with other special educators, parents and families, students, and paraprofessionals.
The LDT-C can be taken as a separate program for those who already have a Masters degree and a Teacher of Students with Disabilities Endorsement. This endorsement can also be incorporated into a M.A. in Special Education at Centenary.
As a Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant, you can make a significant difference in the lives of children with special needs.