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MUE 536 Overview

In this course, teacher candidates will (1) define and describe the 13 federal categories of disability that qualify for special education; (2) identify and apply classroom-level strategies to support and enhance the academic, social emotional and behavior of students with disabilities across the full continuum of placements; and (3) develop legal and useful Individualized Education Plans (IEP), Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA), and Behavior Intervention Planning (BIP) using the current state-developed forms and methods for implementing, monitoring, and analyzing the plans.

  • 4.00 Credits
  • MUE

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Fnd Spec Ed and Specially Dsgn Inst - 2021 Spring MUE536

Stritch.DescriptionLabel: In this course, teacher candidates will (1) define and describe the 13 federal categories of disability that qualify for special education; (2) identify and apply classroom-level strategies to support and enhance the academic, social emotional and behavior of students with disabilities across the full continuum of placements; and (3) develop legal and useful Individualized Education Plans (IEP), Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA), and Behavior Intervention Planning (BIP) using the current state-developed forms and methods for implementing, monitoring, and analyzing the plans.

Course Code:
MUE 536 A

1/18/2021 - 3/14/2021

Online