SESE 606 - Methods for Teaching Students with Emotional/Behavioral Disorders
Characteristics of and effective instructional practices for students with emotional/behavioral disorders. Focus on programs, methods, and materials in the organization of the school and classroom environment to facilitate management of academic and social behavior. Reviews theory, eligibility issues, assessment, and instructional methods for educating children with emotional and behavioral disorders. Provides specific techniques to teach social skills in the classroom setting and promote and support social competency in students in grades K-12. Includes field-based activities and experience.
Prerequisites & Notes PRQ: SESE 603 or SESE 708; or consent of department.