SESE 446 - Methods for Supporting the Social/Emotional Development of Students with Emotional/Behavior Disorders
Organization of the school and classroom environment to facilitate management of academic and social behavior of K-12 students with emotional and/or behavior disorders. Provides foundational theory and knowledge to select specific techniques to promote social competency in students with emotional/behavior disorders. Discusses research related to use of these techniques and interventions. Discusses class wide and individual methods and strategies for teaching appropriate social behavior and social skills.
Prerequisites & Notes PRQ: SESE 415, SESE 416, SESE 417, and SESE 418; or consent of department. CRQ: SESE 444, SESE 447, and SESE 448; must be taken with a clinical course with placement at the middle or secondary level.