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SPED 513 Teaching Learners with Severe Needs
This course builds on previous courses in instructional design, assessment, and applied behavior analysis in the context of learners with severe special needs (including autism, severe cognitive disabilities, and physical and multiple disabilities). Content includes topics related to stimulus control, establishing operations, task analysis, discrimination training procedures, prompt and prompt fading, shaping, chaining, discrete trials, systematic instruction, language acquisition, and communication training procedures as appropriate to assist learners with severe disabilities to achieve the NYS Standards or Alternative Learning Standards.
Prerequisites: SPED 511, Graduate status in SPAD, SPCD, SPEC.
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