SPCL 3300 Behavioral Intervention and Support

3 hours; 3 credits

Understanding basic principles of behavior management. Development and implementation of behavior management strategies. Instruction in principles of behaviors including ways to strengthen desired behaviors, shape new behaviors, and reduce undesired behaviors. Connections are made between behavior intervention and instruction. Focus on writing measurable objectives and connecting teacher interactions to student learning in a natural non-prescribed way. Cultural and sociological factors impacting behavior will be addressed. 20 hours of field experiences

Prerequisite: SPCL 3250


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