- Alyssa King ’13
- Hometown: Twinsburg, OH
- Major: Intervention specialist
I was shy. My mom thought the First Year Experience (FYE) program would help me break out of my shell and make my transition to college easier.
Intervention Specialist Major
Expect, anticipate and welcome diversity into the classroom - our professors are committed to educating future teacher candidates to do just that as intervention specialists. Through practical preparation and meaningful experiences, you will learn how to be a caring and patient teacher and advocate for all students, especially those with special needs. Effective strategies, knowledge of legal issues and literacy are just a few of the many topics you will explore.
Intervention specialist graduates have found success teaching in school districts in Ohio and throughout the country.
In addition, intervention specialist students also have pursued graduate studies at institutions across the country.
The major in intervention specialist is administered by the Department of Education, which also offers programs in early childhood education and middle childhood education as well as minors in adolescence to young adult education, mathematics for education and multiage education.
You may also want to check out health, music education and physical education.
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