CEC Comp Assessmt
Orientation to Course
The Early Interventionist & the ECSE Teacher
Family-Centered Early Intervention
The Transdisciplinary Team
Organizations & Resources
Characteristics and effects of the cultural and environmental milieu of the individual with exceptional learning needs and the family
Family systems and the role of families in the educational process.
Family systems and the role of families in supporting development.
Naturalistic Teaching, Incidental Teaching, Teachable Moments, Routines & Transitions
Communicate effectively with families of individuals with exceptional learning needs from diverse backgrounds.
Involve the individual and family in setting instructional goals and monitoring progress.
Impact of sensory impairments, physical and health disabilities on individuals, families and society.
Common etiologies and the impact of sensory disabilities on learning and experience.
Etiologies and medical aspects of conditions affecting individuals with disabilities.
Interpret sensory, mobility, reflex, and perceptual information to create or adapt appropriate learning plans.
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The College of Education takes attendance seriously because teachers must have the disposition to be dependable. The course meets only once each week, so 0 points will be deducted for the first absence, 5 points for the second absence, and 10 for the third and subsequent absences. Tardiness is also taken seriously, as is leaving class early. For one tardy, you will be expected to write an Action Plan. Two tardies will be treated as an absence.