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|ED 776 - Instructional Methods for Students with Autism and Developmental Disabilities|
Course Description: An advanced course for those seeking a specialization in Teaching Students with Autism and Severe Disabilities, at the Early Childhood, Childhood, Middle Adolescence, Adolescence levels, certification in differentiating instruction, or for graduate students wishing to expand their breadth and depth of knowledge in differentiating instruction for students across the continuum of special needs. This course is designed to assist the professional educator in the complex task of planning and implementing classroom, instructional, and support services for students with complex needs, including students with autism. Appropriate selection of assistive and regular technology is addressed. Students will also learn how to participate in collaborative family, school, and community partnerships, as well as advocate for families and students with disorders, disabilities, and therapeutic needs.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture, Practicum, Tutorial, Workshop
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:
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