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2. Have knowledge of the disorders that can co-occur with ASD. 3. Understand how co-occurring disorders impact the functioning of individuals with ASD. 4. Gain knowledge of the complexities inherent to the assessment of comorbidity in childhood. 5. Have knowledge of the different instruments that can aid in differential diagnosis of comorbid 1. Read Chapter 10: Assessment of Comorbid Psychiatric Conditions in Autism Spectrum Disorders (Goldstein, Naglieri, and Ozonoff)2. Complete Chapter 10 Practice Exam3. Discussion Board Assignment 6Friday, July 10that midnight.
disorders.151. Gain understanding of the issues faced by individuals with ASD in school. 2. Gain understanding of the issues faced by the schools as systems and by schools within the larger social-systemic context. 3. Understand the need for empirically supported assessments and intervention methods to educate students with ASD in schools. 4. Gain knowledge of the psychological assessment methods currently employed by programs thatserve learners with ASD. 5. Understand how functional assessment procedures within schools can be utilized in a time-efficient and user-friendly way. 1. Complete Chapter 12: Assessment of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Schools (Goldstein, Naglieri, and Ozonoff)2. Complete Chapter 12 Practice Exam3. Complete Chapters 10 and 12 Formal Exam4. Complete Chapters 10 and 12 Essay Questions5. Discussion Board Assignment 7Monday, July 13that midnight. NOTE: Discussion Board Assignment 7 will be due Wednesday, July 15thand will not be available until after midnight Monday, July 13th. 161. Students will review and demonstrate their knowledge of the content covered within this course.1. Complete Final Open Book Comprehensive Final ExamFriday, July 17that midnight.
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