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Cleveland State University Course Info

Cleveland, Ohio


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ESE 419

Life Skills Assessment, Curriculum, and Instruction

Exploration of issues related to assessment, functional curriculum theory, Individualized Education Program (IEP) development, choice of teaching objectives, use of technology, and procedures for implementation of quality functional programs for individuals with mental retardation, multiple disabilities or emotional disturbance. Topics include task analysis, prompting procedures, classroom structure, and monitoring of ongoing progress. Required for licensure as an Intervention Specialist for Students with Moderate/Severe Educational Needs.

Units: 3.0

ESE 403 - Introduction to Individuals with Moderate/Severe Educational Needs
ESE 400 - Introduction to Special Education