SPE 619 - Methods I: Cognitive and Behavioral Teaching Approaches for Exceptional Learners

Description
Prerequisite: SPE 310 and SPE 320 or SPE 715; and SPE 345 or SPE 782; and SPE 346 or SPE 792; and SPE 515 or SPE 616 or concurrent enrollment; and admitted to MSED program in Special Education. Focuses on the application of theoretical perspectives and research-based methods of teaching students with learning disabilities or emotional and behavior disturbances. Evaluation procedures appropriate to analysis of academic achievement, social behavior, monitoring achievement, and behavioral change will be emphasized along with educational programming that promotes increasing achievement levels, improved social development, and inclusion. This course will incorporate elements of career/vocational education and transition, plus accommodations and best practices for content-area instruction provided to diverse learners in the general education program. May be taught concurrently with SPE 519. Cannot receive credit for both SPE 519 and SPE 619. 3(3-0) D
Credits
3
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Fall 2018, Spring 2018
Avg. Class Size
8
Avg. Sections
1