Early Childhood Special Education: Assessment and Intervention/Instructional Strategies: Birth through Pre-Kindergarten

Course Number: EDUC X455.12


6 units

You will learn ways to assess the emotional, social and cognitive development of typically and atypically developing children (birth to adolescence) through appropriate assessments, including rating systems, portfolios and other assessment tools that document development, growth, play and learning. Study the formal and informal approaches and learn strategies to determine eligibility and need for services. Candidates demonstrate the skills required to design and implement intervention and instructional strategies that address specific learning needs, are developmentally, culturally, and individually appropriate, and reflect family concerns and priorities. Candidates demonstrate the knowledge and skill required to implement evidence-based practices and developmentally appropriate strategies that minimize the effects of the child’s disability and maximize the child’s learning potential and family outcomes.


No Prerequisites for this course

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