The Adaptive Special Education Capstone is the culminating course completed by students seeking the master?s degree in the Adaptive Special Education Program. The Capstone will integrate the knowledge gained from previous program courses by having students produce a final project. The course will provide a series of assignments to support students as they develop their final projects. The final project will be an applied one demonstrating the students? mastery of educational theory and pedagogical skills. Additionally, the final project must align knowledge from previous coursework with the students? current or anticipated professional responsibilities as special education teachers or as educational professionals in other roles (e.g., general education teachers) who will be working with students with adaptive disabilities. The final project could take the form of an action research project, a professional in-service, or development of an educational product or process. Students will deliver a public demonstration of the final project at the end of the Capstone semester.