FSA 630 - Students with Disabilities in Context
Explores the multicultural and personal characteristics of children who have disabilities, including psychological and social-emotional characteristics, academic and family needs within the contexts of home, school and community. Historical and contemporary study of normalization, impact of medical complications, nature of developmental delays, Committee on Special Education procedures, planning and managing the school and home environment, functional analysis and related topics.
Includes a 30-hour practicum. Individuals seeking the annotation in severe or multiple disabilities will have a placement tailored to focus on addressing the needs of these students.
Prerequisite: FSA 510 or FSA 515. Students registered for this course may not enroll concurrently in FSA 600, FSA 610, FSA 615 or FSA 625.(3 cr. hr.)
Frequency code B = offered at least once per year
Additional frequency code descriptions can be found in the Terminology Guide.