This course requires students to participate in schools and programs that serve individuals with disabilities on and off campus. Students will be actively involved in the learning situation.
This course provides an introduction and demonstration of specific skills necessary for teaching students with high-incidence disabilities.
This course emphasizes the design and implementation of individualized educational programs (IEP) for students with disabilities.
This course is designed to develop and extend the student's knowledge of the principles of applied learning theory as it relates to students with extensive and pervasive support needs.
This course is an introductory study of the adaptations, approaches, and supports necessary to meet the educational needs of students who have communication, intellectual, motor, sensory, medical impairments, and/or other extensive and pervasive support needs.
This course is designed to familiarize the student with the various conditions of individuals with disabilities.
A comparative overview of the physical development and motor-activity needs of students with disabilities.
Strategies and procedures for teaching community-based instruction to individuals with disabilities, including independent living and socialization skills, are discussed.
This introductory course will focus on positive behavioral supports and behavior intervention techniques. Course content includes information on: definitions, characteristics, prevalence, causes, assessment, prevention of behavioral difficulties, functional behavior assessment, appied behavior analysis, education service delivery, advocacy, and other current issues in the field.
Programs will be designed for individual cases through special permission of the Department Chair and Dean. May be repeated for credit when the topic varies.