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SED 407 Overview

This course provides students with an understanding of common developmental and behavioral problems of children and adolescents identified as "at risk" and emotionally and behaviorally disabled (EBD). The focus of the course is on the development of positive behavior support strategies useful for preventing and reducing disciplinary problems and inappropriate and aggressive violent behaviors with students who demonstrate challenging behaviors. Strategies such as aggression replacement training, conflict resolution, cognitive behavior modification, bully proofing, peer helping approaches and life space crisis intervention are addressed. Prerequisite: EDSED 225, 2 parts of PPST passed.

  • 2.00 Credits
  • SED