SPED-478 : Autism Spectrum DisordersWith Mild/Moderate Disabilities

Academic Level:
Undergraduate
Department:
Special Education
Subject:
Special Education
Corequisites:
None
Credits:
3
This course is designed to prepare teachers to work in a variety of environments serving children and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) including the general education classroom, inclusive settings, and specialized settings. Evidence-based practice, philosophical approaches, and specific intervention techniques are examined. These practices are considered within the continuum of services and collaborative models utilized in designing effective instructional environments for students with ASD. Attention is given to current and evolving research related to etiology, brain function,and early intervention as well as Applied Behavior Analysis, PECS, and TEACHH practices. 3 credits PREREQUISITES: SPED 230, SPED 451, AND SPED 472 OR SPED 474.