Walsh University Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013
ISE 346 Functional Life Skills for Students with Special Needs 3 sem. hrs.
Practicum-based course focuses on development of materials, accommodations, instructional strategies, and individualized intervention plans for teaching functional academics, social-communication skills, and independent community-based life skills for the K-12 range of students with moderate-intensive disabilities. Candidates apply current best practice assessment and intervention approaches, including team-based, systematic planning and program implementation, assistive technologies, sensory aids, functional behavioral assessments, ecological inventories, and a range of positive behavior supports in extensive practicum experiences. Candidates develop and implement databased intervention plans in school and community-based settings. Field experience required. Prerequisites: ISE 244 and ISE 342. Offered every spring semester.
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