FSA 479 - Social Curriculum and Behavioral Support
Introduction to the social curriculum and positive approaches to behavior support in inclusive classrooms. The course includes theory and evidence-based practices for classroom management and the development of self-control and social skills for all students, including students with disabilities that involve behavioral and/or emotional challenges.
Teacher candidates will learn how to identify and apply appropriate prevention and intervention strategies, including such research-based approaches as functional analysis, positive behavioral supports and Social Stories™. The focus is on promoting students' self-efficacy and respectful participation in inclusive communities through cooperative relationships and problem-solving skills. Prerequisite: FSA 340 or SPE 270.
Notes: For IEC majors only: This course is offered as part of a block semester that includes a 75 hr. practicum requirement. (3 cr. hr.)
Frequency code B = offered at least once per year
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