3 Credit Hours
This course focuses on effective instruction, assessment, and collaboration in academic areas of reading, writing, language and math via Kentucky Academic Standards for children and youth experiencing learning and behavior disabilities. Course content activities include designing lesson plans and academic objectives for IEPs; using RtI models to identify disabilities; analyzing and acting upon assessment data; utilizing effective and research-supported instructional strategies; designing transition strategies for students preparing for alternative settings; and planning effective management of classroom time, space and instruction. This course presents vital knowledge to assist candidates in passing the required test for Kentucky certification as a teacher of students with learning and behavior disorders (LBD), the PRAXIS Subject Assessment: Special Education: Core Knowledge and Mild to Moderate Applications.
|EDU342-01: Learning and Behavior Disorders Methods and Collaboration||Steltenkamp, Kayla M.||Open: 8 / Reg: 12 / Max: 20|
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