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SPEDĀ 442. Methods for Low Incidence Disabilities. 3 Hours.

Students will have knowledge of theories and research that form the basis for curriculum development and instructional practice for students who have been identified as having low incidence disabilities. Students will develop and select instructional content with resources and strategies for students described as needing extensive and pervasive levels of support. Students will learn to make responsive adjustments to lesson planning and instructional pedagogy based on assessment and data-based decision making. Students will develop and implement comprehensive, annual individualized education programs in collaboration with various team members. Students will demonstrate techniques in transferring, positioning, lifting and CPI training. Prerequisite: Admission to Teacher Education, and students must complete SPED 110 before enrolling in this course. Corequisite: Students must enroll in SPED 494 at the same time as this course.