SED 308: Individualized Positive Behavior Supports
This course provides education majors with a range of knowledge and skills needed to support students with challenging behavior in educational settings. Course topics include collection and use of data to develop positive behavior supports for students. A major focus is on the use of functional behavior assessment to develop individualized behavior support plans. Crisis prevention and management as well as ethical principles of supporting students with challenging behavior are also discussed.  (Hybrid: One late afternoon class per week + online)


REH 120: Introduction to Social Services

This is an introductory course to the wide range of rehabilitation and social services professions, services and populations. The focus of the course is on the foundation and philosophy of rehabilitation and the social services. Students study professions (e.g. counseling and social work); services (e.g. child protection, probation/parole, community support), and populations (e.g. as juveniles, elderly, persons with mental illness and persons with addiction). The course includes a field experience component.  (Offered online)


EDU 330: Young Adult Literature

This course focuses on the rapidly expanding genre of Young Adult Literature and its classroom uses. Prospective teachers will read widely in the genre, familiarizing themselves with authors, titles, trends and recent developments. At the same time, they will consider questions of the role of reading and literature in the classroom and the lives of students, as well as plan curriculum and instruction around the genre. Permission of instructor required – a good fit for school personnel.  (Offered on campus Tuesdays 6:15pm-9:35pm)


ECH 384: Science Education for Young Children
This course focuses on constructivist models of teaching and learning and science content knowledge for young children ages birth to eight years. Emphasis of the course will be on teaching and assessment techniques, strategies and activities that may be used to teach a diverse community of learners in the early childhood science classroom. This course includes opportunities for application. (Hybrid: Course meets every other Thursday on campus 6:15pm-9:35pm + online)

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