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Cleveland State University Course Info

Cleveland, Ohio

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ESE 533

Intervention for Individuals with Autism and Developmental Disabilities

This course will focus on the utilization of effective instructional practices when teaching children with autism. Content will focus on efficacious strategies, verbal behavior, and generalization. The course will feature a pragmatic focus that designed to prepare practitioners to implement effective instructional protocols when working with people with developmental disabilities. As such the tenets of applied behavior analysis will be discussed along with a focus on skill-based instructional practices.

Units: 3.0

Prerequisites:
ESE 531 - Research Methods in Behavior Analysis
and
ESE 530 - Principles of Behavior Analysis