Exceptional Student: Grades K-12

The Warner University major in Teacher Education, with a consideration in Exceptional Student: Grades K-12, gives students the opportunity to prepare for ministry to children, youth, families, and communities through the profession of teaching. Students will work towards academic excellence, Christian character, leadership preparedness, and service commitment in preparation for their entering the field of education as effective educators who demonstrate a positive impact on student learning in their classrooms.

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Program Highlights

Full-time internships and hands-on learning

Close connections with expert faculty

Diverse academic environment

Every Teacher Education student must complete a Teacher Education Internship, which covers course requirement EDU 4085 and 10 credit hours.

Students who satisfactorily complete the prescribed program satisfy the State of Florida requirements for teacher certification.

Career Options

Special Education Teacher

Learning Support Teacher

Special Education Aide

Special Education Director

Featured Courses

Foundations of Education

Lifespan Development

Behavior Analysis & Positive Behavior Supports

Speech & Language Development and Disabilities

Instructional Strategies for Autism and Emotional Disabilities

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