Practicum in basic daily living skills and rudimentary mobility techniques for

Practicum in basic daily living skills and

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Practicum in basic daily living skills and rudimentary mobility techniques for individuals with visual disabilities. 358 READING AND LANGUAGE ARTS FOR STUDENTS WITH VISUAL DISABILITIES 3 S C&I 208 and 209; SED 350 and 352 req. Adm to Prof Studies req. Development of competencies to teach reading and lan- guage arts to students who use print, braille, and auditory media. Instructional techniques and materials emphasized. 359 TEACHING READING AND SCHOOL SUBJECTS TO DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING STUDENTS 3 F,S SED 354 req. Conc reg in SED 245.10 req. Adm to Prof Studies req. Teaching reading and other core subjects to deaf and hard of hearing students at all grade levels. 373 FAMILY-PROFESSIONAL COLLABORATION 3 F,S SED 101 or 145 or cons dept chair req. Theoretical and practical aspects of collaborating with pro- fessionals and with families of individuals with disabilities. 374 EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF PRESCHOOL CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES 3 SED 101 or 145 or cons dept chair req. Techniques and issues involved in gathering, analyzing and synthesizing data for developing and monitoring indi- vidualized educational programs for preschool children with disabilities. 375 ASSESSMENT AND PLANNING FOR DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING STUDENTS 3 F,S SED 359, or conc reg req. Examines assessment tools and techniques for developing an individualized educational program for students who are deaf and hard of hearing. 377 COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES 3 F,S SED 101 or 145 or equiv req. Materials charge optional. Issues, intervention strategies, and technologies that can impact the communication skills of individuals with disabilities. 379 ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES 3 F,S SED 101 or 145 or equiv or cons dept chair. Materials charge optional. Overview of a wide range of assistive technology devices and services for individuals with disabilities. Demonstration of devices, laboratory experiences, and identification of funding sources. Special Education 274
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C O E 275 382 CHALLENGING BEHAVIOR: ANALYSIS AND INTERVENTION 3 F,S SED 204 or 370 req. Theoretical and practical application of functional behavior assessment and analysis, and functional, academic, and behavioral programming. 383 DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING ALTERNATIVE CURRICULUM 6 F,S SED 204 or conc reg and conc reg in SED 245.12 req. Adm to Prof Studies req. Analysis and application of curricular approaches, cur- riculum content, instructional methodology, and organiza- tional strategies that support learners who seek non-academic outcomes. 384 STRATEGIES FOR ACCESSING THE GENERAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM 3 F,S Conc reg in SED 245.13 req. Adm to Prof Studies req. Analysis and application of curriculum, instruction, and orga- nizational strategies effective for learners with disabilities who access general education curricula.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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