SED 362 - Teaching Students with Social, Emotional, and Behavior Problems Credits: 3
Prerequisites: SED 355 and SED 352 or consent of instructor. Examination of problems, issues, and practices in developing effective programs for students with social/behavioral needs. Emphasis on social, emotional and behavioral needs including major interventions, family involvement, social skills, applied behavior analysis, cognitive/behavioral approaches, medication issues, legal considerations, and curricular strategies. At least 25 field experience hours required. Satisfies University Studies V: Explorations Beyond the Classroom.
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