Graduate Specialization in Early Intervention: 2009 Graduate Presentations & Celebration
(December 14, 2009) Four University of Maine graduate students were recognized for successfully completing their master’s degree work within the Graduate Specialization in Early Intervention, an interdisciplinary graduate personnel preparation program sponsored by the University of Maine Center for Community Inclusion and Disability Studies (CCIDS), the College of Education and Human Development (COEHD), and the Maine Department of Education. The program, Training Opportunities for Personnel (TOP): Birth – 5, emphasizes developmentally appropriate and evidence-based practices and is designed to address Maine’s critical need for highly qualified Early Childhood Special Educators who are fully credentialed to serve young children with disabilities, ages birth to five, and their families. Read more about the TOP celebration and presentations here.
UMaine TOP on Facebook – This group is a networking opportunity for early childhood special education professionals in the state of Maine. We invite you to subscribe to learn more about your peers in the TOP Program. This group is social in nature and posts to the site should be unrelated to course work.