SPED 337 Assessment and Intervention

This course develops an understanding of issues and specific skills related to assessment, diagnosis, and evaluation of students grades K-12 (up to age 22). Developmentally appropriate formal and informal assessment methods will be discussed with opportunities for field-based experience that allow students to apply their knowledge of child development by interpretation of observational data. Interpretation of assessment results and the development of Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) and other instructional and behavioral interventions are included. This class is part of the methods field experience (junior level) and should be scheduled with EDUC 302, EDUC 326, SPED 380, and SPED 462.