Department Information

Chair:
Ji-Ryun Kim, Ph.D.
Cornish Hall, Room 1213
Phone: 607-753-2447
Fax: 607-758-5007

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Course Detail

FSA 620 - Discipline and Social Skill Development

This course will provide instruction on educational terminology, assessment and diagnoses, research-based theory and application strategies for classroom management, discipline and social skill development for students with disabilities, especially individuals with behavioral and/or emotional challenges.

Students will learn how to identify appropriate prevention and intervention strategies, including functional analysis, applied behavioral analysis, positive behavioral supports and other research-based approaches. In addition, students will learn how to apply these models, using research-supported strategies and practices. Students will learn the legal protections afforded students presenting emotional/behavioral characteristics.

Prerequisite: FSA 510 or FSA 515.

(3 cr. hr.)

Frequency code B = offered at least once per year
Additional frequency code descriptions can be found in the Terminology Guide.