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Cleveland State University Course Info

Cleveland, Ohio


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ESE 416

Life Skills & Career Planning In Special Education

Study of appropriate curriculum, instructional techniques, methods, and materials for the development of vocational, career, and functional living skills in students with mild/moderate disabilities. Addresses planning for the transition from secondary education to work, postsecondary education, and community involvement. Required for licensure as an Intervention Specialist for Students with Mild/Moderate Educational Needs.

Units: 3.0

ESE 402 - Introduction to Individuals With Mild & Moderate Disabilities
ESE 400 - Introduction to Special Education