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EDS 661   ADVANCED INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES FOR STUDENTS WITH ASD   (3 hours)
 
This course builds on topics previously learned in EDS 660. Teachers will learn to critically analyze current trends, issues, and therapies used with individuals with ASDs. Practical classroom strategies detailing what to teach based on assessment results, how to use databased decisions to guide instruction, and an overview of alignment to state standards based on alternate assessments will also be reviewed. The primary goal of the course is to provide teachers with a comprehensive array of practical research-based instructional approaches for individuals with ASDs, criteria for determining which approaches to use, and planning for access to the general education curriculum for all students across the spectrum. Completion of this course sequence (in combination with EDS 660, EDS 662, and EDP 671) will prepare teachers for applications in the ASD Institute (EDS 663)
 
Prerequisite(s):   EDS 601 and EDS 660
 
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