SPE 621 - Methods II: Functional Living Skills and Health Issues

Description
Prerequisite: SPE 320 and SPE 322 or SPE 715; SPE 345 or SPE 782; and SPE 346 or SPE 792; and SPE 515 or SPE 616 or concurrent enrollment in SPE 515 or SPE 616; and admitted to MSED Special Education program. Stresses application of theoretical perspectives and research-based methods for individuals with developmental disabilities (i.e., intellectual disabilities, autism, cerebral palsy) who may have associated orthopedic and health impairments (e.g., ADHD and epilepsy). Students will conduct an analysis of assessment data, apply data in the development of diagnostic conclusions and corresponding educational plans. Emphasis will be placed on evaluation, accommodations, and programming for integration in school, community, and vocational settings. May be taught concurrently with SPE 521. Cannot receive credit for both SPE 521 and SPE 621. 3(3-0) D
Credits
3
Attributes
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Fall 2018, Spring 2018
Offered
W, Tu
Avg. Class Size
8
Avg. Sections
1