Instructional strategies and methods of differentiating for students with mild and moderate disabilities provide both the theoretical and practical aspects of developing an Individual Education Program for students with special needs. Included in the course is the use of accommodations, methods for planning and monitoring instruction, choosing and developing materials, and integrating technology to ensure that student abilities are acknowledged. Intervention specialists are required to meet the unmet needs of learners with exceptionalities through planning, instruction, and assessment of student skills in the school setting. Twenty-Five (25) hours of field experience are required for this course.