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B.Ed Special Education :

Intake 22 + 3 (Reserved for Foreign Student)
Regulation and Admission for the course

B.Ed : From the academic year 2007-08 onwards single window system of admission was implemented for B.Ed course.

Scheme of Examination :

B. Ed. Special Education (Visually Impaired) - Generalist

Scheme of Examination

B. Ed. Special Education (Visually Impaired ) – Generalist

1.Theory
 

Subject

Semester

Credits

No. of Hours

Marks

Duration of Examinations

 

Internal

External

 

Core Paper – Nature and Needs of Various Disabilities – An Introduction

I

3

60

40

60

3

Education in Emerging Indian Society

I

3

60

40

60

3

Special Paper – Introduction to the Visually Impaired Children

I

3

60

40

60

3

Optional Papers – Optional Paper – I

I

3

60

40

60

3

Optional Paper – II

I

3

60

40

60

3

 
 
 


Title of the Subject
Maximum Marks
Credits Earned
Practical activities related to Special Education

1. School based teaching for B.Ed Special Education Curriculum
Teaching in Special School
Teaching in Integrated School



150
150



3
3
2. Project
20
1
3. Test and Measurement / Reporting Special Education Integrated School
20
10
1
0.5
4. Preparation and use of Instructional Aids/Materials
40
2
5. Case Study
10
0.5
6. Daily Living Skills
10
0.5
7. Sensory training
10
0.5
8. Orientation and Mobility
15
0.5
9. Braille Training
30
1.5
10. Abacus Training
20
1
11. Taylor Frame Training
20
1
Total
500
16




 
 
Course:
 
The following core papers and specialization papers are taught in two semesters with credits to the students
 
Semester I
Core Papers:

1. Nature and needs of various disabilities - An Introduction -3
2. Education in emerging Indian society - 3
 
Specialization papers

1. Introduction to the visually impaired children - 3
 
Semester II:

1. Educational psychology and persons with disabilities - 3
2. Educational planning and management, curriculum Designing & Research - 3
 
Specialization papers:
1. Educational perspective of visual impairment - 3
2. Instructional methods to visually impaired children - 3
 

 
 
Faculty: (Management)
 
       
Mr. Rajagopal
D.Nirupalini
S.Cashiya,
Saraswathi
Mr. K.RajaGopal
M.A., (Tam) M.A.,(Pol.Sci.) M.Ed., S.D.T.B., D.B.S., D.A
Miss. D.Nirupalini,
M.Sc., M.Ed., APGDCA, M.Phil., (Edn.)
Mrs. S.Cashiya,
M.Sc., M.Ed., M.Phil., (Edn.)
Ms. K.Sarawathi,
B.Sc., B.Ed., CCILP.,.
M.Sc., (Maths)
Resource teacher Department of Special Education
 
 
Practical's for B. Ed. Special Education:
1. Braille
a. Reading and writing Bharathi Braille as applicable to regional Languages, Standard English (Grades I & II), Mathematics (Nemeth code) and Science Notations.
b. Transcription of Braille materials into print I English as well as in regional language and vice versa
c. Use of the Brailler and slate and stylus.
2.Assistive Devices
a. Use of Taylor frame, abacus and other mathematical devices.
b. Use of speech software’s and other talking equipments
c. Use of adapted physical education devices

3. Orientation and Mobility
a.
Pre-cane skills
b. Long cane skills.
c. Direction finding training.
d. Knowledge about electronic in mobility
e. Preparation and Use of Mobility Maps (Autido and Tactile)
4. Preparation and use of functional vision assessment tests and visual efficiency training for low vision children
5. Case study of at least 2 visually impaired children
6. Preparation and use of improvised Teaching Learning Material
7. Preparation and use of Achievement Tests

8. Practice teaching – 20 lessons in special schools, 20 lessons for integrated / inclusive school.  In addition to this, 5 lessons DLS activities and 5 lessons in sensory training