Student-focused. Academic Excellence.

Learning Disabilities

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Elevated expectations. Academic excellence. For every learner.

100%
Online | Don’t Stop Life to Study
Biblically faithful & personally flexible. That’s your education—elevated.
14-24
Months to Complete
36 credit program tailored to speed through or go slower if life gets too hectic—that’s convenient.
$415
Cost Per Credit
And graduate students can receive aid & scholarships

Personalized Learning. Purposeful Leading.

Academic excellence is not one-size-fits-all. Every learner is unique, complete with their own educational triumphs and challenges. So, what does it take to meet the needs of every student while spurring them on to greater success? A comprehensive understanding of learning disabilities and personalized approaches, from NGU.

Explore the various challenges faced by each exceptional learner. Learn to examine, select, and utilize the appropriate methods, materials, and procedures within your instruction. Engage social/academic behaviors and how best to manage individual dynamics within the classroom. Master the ability to assess, evaluate, and fine-tune your teaching to elevate every student, every day.


Education Beside Experienced & Faithful Master-Teachers

V. Shelley Dugle, Ed.D.
Associate Dean, Graduate Education Programs
Ann Aust, Ed.D.
Program Coordinator for M.Ed. 
Ellen Cashion, M.Ed.
Director of Teacher Education
Nancy Caukin, Ed.D.
Associate Professor of Education
Jill Branyon, Ed.D.
Professor of Education

A Holistic Approach to Learning Disabilities

Current Issues in K-12 Schools

Intervention Strategies and Techniques

Diversity and Social Issues in Education

Principles of Curriculum Development

School and Community Relations

Assessment of Learners

Educational Leadership

Educator as Researcher

Characteristics of Learning Disabilities

Methods and Procedures for Learning Disabilities

Behavior Management

Teaching Reading in General or Special Education

Practicum in Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities

*Note: Students may be awarded three graduate credit hours upon presentation of approved documentation of one year of teaching students with learning disabilities.

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