Oct 02, 2022  
2018-2019 
    
2018-2019 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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SPED 536 - Curriculum and Instructional Strategies for Students with High Incidence Disabilities

3 credits
Fundamentals of effective curriculum and instructional strategies for students with high incidence disabilities. Based on research-based evidence and best practices. Includes interpretation of assessment and evaluation results; incorporation of learning styles and individual characteristics; and the development and implementation of IEPs ensuring specialized instruction in the least restrictive environment. Addresses cultural and linguistic diversity in the design and delivery of services. Includes strategies for modifying materials, and addressing curriculum needs across content areas. Explores teaching pro-social skills and addressing behavior through functional behavior assessment. Principles and theories of instruction in reading, math, and written language at the elementary and secondary levels, with an emphasis on procedures to evaluate, develop, and implement strategies that will maximize learning for students with disabilities. Includes curriculum and instructional adaptation and modification in content areas to facilitate academic progress of students with disabilities, including low and high incidence disabilities. Addresses cultural and linguistic diversity and IEP development and implementation. Prerequisite(s): SPED 530 .



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