ECPSE 740 - Curriculum and Instruction for Adolescent Special Education
Curriculum and Instruction for Adolescent Special Education
Theory and research about young adults with disabilities and exemplary practices in informal assessment, curriculum design and adaptation, effective instruction, person-centered planning, self-determination, supportive learning environments, and instructional technology for students with mild, moderate, and severe disabilities. Field experiences of at least 15 hours involve program candidates in assessment, curriculum adaptation, planning, and implementing an intervention to assist a young adult achieve his/her goals. Reflection on practice involves an analysis of self-determination, empowerment, learning, community participation, and behavior change.
Academic Progress Units
Repeat For Credit