Academic Catalog 2019-20

EDU 5306 Behavior Intervention and Support

This course will provide candidates with an introduction to positive behavioral approaches for individuals with mild/moderate disabilities, including those on the autism spectrum. Candidates are required to conduct Functional Behavior Assessments and develop Positive Behavioral Intervention Plans and participate effectively in individual, classroom and school-wide behavior support processes using appropriate positive behaviorally-based teaching strategies. Candidates will learn that careful observation of behavior and attention to cultural differences are considered basic to the understanding of student behavior. Concurrently, candidates participate in fieldwork experiences to apply their developing knowledge of and skills with teaching and learning.


4.00 units

Cross Listed Courses

EDU 4306