ADVANCED BEHAVIOR INTERVENTION STRATEGIES
2016 Summer Term
Special Education 440
The purpose of this course is to provide special educators with the knowledge and skills to intervene with children with intense patterns of behavior that prevent the student from accessing the general education classroom. Techniques for conducting functional behavior assessments and designing behavior intervention plans will be provided. In addition, legal aspects regarding behavior intervention will be provided.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: SPECED 205, SPECED 321, SPECED 326, SPECED 360,SPECED 361 SPECFLD 385 AND SPECFLD 410, AND ADMISSION TO PROFESSIONAL ED; COREQ: SPECFLD 485A OR SPECFLD 485B AND SPECFLD 485C
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