SPED 842 - Educational Strategies in Low Incidence

The purpose of this course is to provide best practices and procedures for teaching students with low incidence disabilities. The intent is to examine the developmental and learning needs of each individual as a total person and to determine the psychological and physical structuring of the learning environment that will optimize the acquisition of appropriate and needed skills and behaviors. Candidates will examine appropriate instructional programming and evidence-based practices for students with low incidence disabilities, and will learn to write IEP (Individual Education Plan) and instructional plans to address both academic and functional needs of students.

Credit hours: 2

Eligibility: Graduate Standing
Last updated: 05/23/2022