Make the Learning Process More Accessible
Do you have a master’s degree in Special Education and want to become an educational diagnostician? Our 21-hour certificate program may be your answer. It prepares you to analyze assessments, design a plan based on testing results and implement a variety of learning modalities to meet the individual needs of your students. As an educational diagnostician, your job may include consulting with your colleagues and students’ parents as you develop and execute your plan for each student, including the use of learner-friendly language or developing an interactive study guide.