SPLED 1244 - DIRECTED STUDY IN SPECIAL EDUCATION
Minimum Credits: 1
Maximum Credits: 3
This course addresses information on the characteristics and intervention approaches for students diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders. In order to apply learned teaching and behavioral strategies for their field placements, candidates will utilize current research on the theories of causes, diagnoses, and treatments. In addition, candidates will implement appropriate screening tools for diagnosis and evidence based interventions. Assignments will be completed in the field, and reflective upon current field placements.
Academic Career: Undergraduate
Course Component: Clinical
Grade Component: H/S/U Basis
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