Registration for Spring and Summer 2017

Registration for Spring and Summer 2017 will open on February 15, 2017.

The classes that will be offered are as follows:

EPSE 510-CRN 40713

EPSE 520-CRN 40084

EPSE 530-CRN 40086

EPSE 570-CRN 40091

All EPSE 500 level courses run through both Spring and Summer Terms from May to August.

Electives suggestions (students are required to check availability and responsible for obtaining their own permission)

INDG 107, SOC 212, SOC 214, PSY 120, PSY 121, PSY 222, ECUR 291, AND ECUR 391.

*EPSE 417-will be offered web based for the first time this Summer Term.

If you are required to take EPSE 414 as one of your required electives (would be stated in your acceptance letter) it is offered in Spring Term.

If students are considering the M.Ed. in Special Education you may want to consider an introductory to stats class if you did not complete one in your B.Ed.  Currently, EPSE 441 is not being offered; however, MATH 215 from Athabasca University is currently deemed an equivalent.

Please include your student number when submitting permission requests. You will receive email confirmation when your permission request has been granted.

Fall and Winter Electives List

EPSE 417 (cannot take if you have credit for PSY 257)

INDG 107 (cannot take if you have credit for NS 105, NS 106/NS 110, or NS 107)

SOC 112 (cannot take if you have credit for SOC 110.6)

SOC 212

SOC 214

SOC 219 (cannot take if you have credit for NS 219)

PSY 120 (cannot take if you have credit for PSY 110)

PSY 121 (cannot take if you have credit for PSY 110)

PSY 222

PSY 253

PSY 256

ECUR 291

ECUR 391

If students are considering the M.Ed. in Special Education you may want to consider an introductory to stats class if you did not complete one in your B.Ed.  Currently, EPSE 441 is being offered in Fall term. In addition, MATH 215 from Athabasca University is currently deemed an equivalent.

Students are required to check availability of space for the classes above and if they have the required prerequisites.

 

Spring and Summer 2016

Registration for Spring and Summer 2016 is NOW OPEN!

The classes that will be offered are as follows:

EPSE 510-CRN 41616

EPSE 520-CRN 40239

EPSE 530-CRN 40243

EPSE 540-CRN 40253

EPSE 570-CRN 40257

All EPSE 500 level courses run through both Spring and Summer Terms from May to June.

 

Winter Elective Options

The following classes are all web based elective options:

INDG 107-CRN 31989

SOC 212-CRN 22229

SOC 214-CRN 22230

SOC 223-CRN 22232

PSY 120-CRN 32540 (cannot take if you have credit for PSY 110)

PSY 121-CRN 29907(cannot take if you have credit for PSY 110)

PSY 222-CRN 29061

ECUR 291-CRN 28284

ECUR 391-CRN 22237

Students are more than welcome to consider in person classes if they are able to fit them into your schedule.  However, you will need program approval before enrolling.

If you are considering going on to complete the Masters in Special Education, you may want to consider taking the prerequisite EPSE 441 or equivalent as an elective. U of S equivalents: PSY 233, PSY 234, PSY 244, STAT 241, STAT 242, STAT 244, STAT 245, PLSC 314, GEOG 301 and COMM 104. You will need to look which of these classes are currently available.

You could also consider taking MATH 215 from Athabasca to meet those requirements as well.

Registration for Fall & Winter 2015-2016 Academic Year

Students will be able to register for Fall and Winter classes as of  June 15, 2015.  Therefore, our office will begin processing permission requests on Monday, June 1, 2015

Permissions are given on a first-come, first-serve basis, therefore, the sooner you request permission the better, to avoid any disappointment.

The classes that will be offered are as follows:

Fall

EPSE 500-CRN 81645

EPSE 510-CRN 81646

EPSE 530-CRN 84700

EPSE 551 (45 spots)- CRN 87664

 

Winter

EPSE 414 (if required)-CRN 24747/30508 (2 SECTIONS)

EPSE 500-CRN 21940

EPSE 520-CRN 21946

EPSE 540 –CRN 28840

EPSE 560-CRN 21947

REMINDER: Please include your student number when submitting permission requests. 

Please feel free to contact me if you have any further questions or concerns.

 

Winter Elective Suggestions

Here is the list of options for Term 2 electives(these are all web based):

EPSE 414-CRN 30508 (if needed)

PSYC 121-CRN 29907

PSYC 222-CRN 29061

NS 107-CRN 29108/29223

ECUR 291-CRN 22236/28284

ECUR 391-CRN 22237

EPSE 868-CRN 30738 (Program Approval)

EPSE 888-CRN 30018 (Program Approval and our office will contact instructor on students behalf for Instructor Approval)

*If students take a grad class towards their certificate and go on to do an Educational Psychology and Special Education master’s program, students will be required to work with the Grad Chair to find a suitable replacement class.

Students are more than welcome to consider in person classes if they are able to fit them into their schedule.  However, students will need Program Approval before enrolling.

EPSE 417-CRN 21926 is being offered as a night class on Tuesdays from 5:00-7:50 p.m.

U of S EPSE 441 equivalents (will need to check Term 2 availability) -PSY 233, STAT 241, STAT 244, STAT 245, COMM 104

Classes from other institutions you could consider, again would need to check availability:

U of R- EPSY 324, EDADM 821

Athabasca – PSYC 471, PSYC 333, PSYCH 476

Fall and Winter Registration

If you have not submitted any fall and winter registration permission requests please be aware that registration opened on Monday, June 16th and classes are on a first come, first serve basis (granted you have the appropriate prerequisites).

The classes that will be offered are as follows:

Fall

EPSE 500

EPSE 510

EPSE 530

EPSE 551

 

Winter

EPSE 414

EPSE 500

EPSE 520

EPSE 540

EPSE 560

 

REMINDER: Please include your student number when submitting permission requests.

Textbooks for Sale

Special Education Certificate Textbooks

A Parent’s Guide to Inclusive Education. Saskatchewan Association for Community Living. $8.00

Critical Issues in Special Education-$75.00

Author: Martha L. Thurlow
ISBN13: 9780395961278
ISBN10: 0395961270

The Behavior Car. $3.00

Author:  Larry Larson. Oct.1996.

Differentiating Instruction for Students With Learning Disabilities

Author: William N. Bender. 2nd Ed.

ISBN13: 9781412954464
ISBN10: 1412954460

 A Guide to Co-Teaching: Practical Tips for Facilitating Student Learning.

Authors: Villa, Thousand & Nevin. 2nd Ed.

ISBN13: 9781412960595
ISBN10: 1412960592

Assessment of Exceptional Students (8th Edition) $90.00

Author: Ronald L. Taylor
ISBN13: 9780205608393
ISBN10: 0205608396

Interactions: Collaboration Skills for School Professionals-$75.00

Author: Lynne Cook
ISBN13: 9780137152056
ISBN10: 0137152051

Educating Students with Behavior Disorders (3rd Ed.)- $80.00

Author: Paul T. Sindelar
ISBN13: 9780205340750
ISBN10: 020534075X

Language Development, Differences, and Disorders: A Perspective for General and Special Education Teachers and Classroom-Based Speech-Language Pathologists-$40.00

Author: D. Kim Reid
ISBN13: 9780890798225
ISBN10: 0890798222

Creating Inclusive Classrooms: Effective and Reflective Practices-$80.00

Author: Spencer J. Salend
ISBN13: 9780132272353
ISBN10: 0132272350

Subjects Matter: Every Teacher’s Guide to Content – Area Reading

Author: Steven Zemelman
ISBN13: 9780325005959
ISBN10: 0325005958

If you are interested in any of the textbooks listed above, please contact lmm187@mail.usask.ca

Spring/Summer Course duration

FYI – All of our 500 level courses run over both terms during Spring/Summer, which is from May – August. For example, you will notice that EPSE 510 in term 1 spring/summer is listed as May – June instruction and that it is 1.5cu. Once you register for this course the system automatically registers you into the second section that will run from July – August and will be another 1.5cu. Once you completed the course you would have taken it from May – August and received 3cu for that class.
On your paws it may appear that you have registered twice for these courses but it is actually showing you that you have registered in term 1 and term 2 for the same course.
If you have any questions in regards to this please contact us at spec.edpse@usask.ca
Happy Studies!