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    Dec 02, 2022  
Lee University Catalog 2021-2022 
    
Lee University Catalog 2021-2022 [Archived Catalog]

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SPED 402 and 402L - Interventions & Instructional Methods for Students with Special Needs


An extensive and differentiated methods course that addresses appropriate content and pedagogical strategies for providing special education services and interventions in the PreK-3, K-8, 6-12, and K-12 (comprehensive) settings. This course addresses decision making for appropriate placements in the least restrictive environment and the continuum of services. Particular attention is given to teaching academics, student, functional life, behavioral, independent living, and social skills. An emphasis is placed on the importance of early school-to-work transition, including an examination of the development of necessary social and career skills. The practicum is an integral part of the Clinical I experience which provides practice in effective methods and materials for teaching academics, functional life skills, and behavior within various Special Education settings.

Prerequisites
SPED-320 and Admission to the Teacher Education Program

Credit Hours: 6, plus 1 credit hr Methods Lab (SPED-402L) which must be taken concurrently.



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