Sep 22, 2021  
Graduate Academic Catalog 2020 - 2021 
    
Graduate Academic Catalog 2020 - 2021 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

SPEC 611 - Transition: Moderate/Severe and Early Childhood

Credits 3
Candidates learn to demonstrate knowledge, skills and abilities to participate in collaborative teams that plan, implement and evaluate transition practices. Candidates learn laws and practices related to transition that are applicable to individuals, infant through adulthood, in all areas of development. Candidates learn the relationship between assessment, transition and curriculum planning and selection. Assessment and evaluative practices emphasize the development of instruction that aligns with content standards and includes options for transition and equitable access to educational practices in general education. Assessments include person-centered planning, understanding of family, cultural backgrounds and contribution in diagnosis, ecological analysis, and formal and informal assessments in the IFSP/IEP implementation and interventions. Candidates learn to develop goals, objectives and instructional strategies that ensure participation in meaningful general education core curriculum, as well as community-based instruction. Candidates learn instructional strategies that address teaching self-determination and expression skills.
Take SPEC-600 SPEC-601 SPEC-602 SPEC-603 SPEC-605 SPEC-606 SPEC-607 (Required, Previous).
May not be audited.