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2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

EXED 485. Systematic Behavioral Support and Interventions

This course is designed to provide application and evaluation of individual interventions that teach and maintain emotional, behavioral and social skills. Students will study various systematic behavioral interventions to support the behavior and learning of individuals with disabilities accessing the general education or adapted curriculum including positive behavioral supports, functional assessments of behavior, behavior intervention plans and teaching social skills. A variety of data collection procedures to inform their professional practice will be examined. Students in EXED 485 will be able to apply evidence-based practices related to Positive Behavior Supports, assessment of challenging behaviors and data collection to inform instructional practice and document student response to interventions that improve behavior such that academic learning can occur.   Prerequisite: EXED 303 and EXED 474.   Corequisite: EXED 480 .