Emotional Disabilities – Best Practices

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  • Develop strategies for accommodating for students with emotional disabilities in the mainstream classroom
  • Examine strategies for building strong positive relationships with students
  • Learn how to structure the “unstructured” times in your classroom
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Description

Students with emotional disabilities are being educated in the mainstream setting at an increasing rate. This course will provide strategies and techniques for meeting the needs of the emotionally disabled student in the mainstream classroom. Participants will research, analyze and develop strategies on building positive personal relationships with students and behavior modification. This course will offer recent research on behavior modification programs and their implementation in the classroom. Through internet articles, websites and case studies, participants will focus on how to provide the essential structure that students with E.D. require, even during “unstructured” activities and transitions. This course is beneficial for both regular and special education teachers.

Graduate Credits

Boise State University

Course Number: 057
You can earn 3 Graduate Level Credits ($180) from Boise State University for this course. Select “Boise State” as the credit type when adding the course to your cart.
Click here to complete your registration with Boise State University.
**To earn graduate level credit, participants will need to complete an additional graduate level assignment**

MidAmerica Nazarene University

You can earn 3 Graduate Level Credits ($120) from MidAmerica Nazarene University for this course. Select “Open Enrollment” as the credit type when adding the course to your cart. Directions for registering with MidAmerica Nazarene can be found here.
Click here for Graduate Course Number and Registration Link for MidAmerica Nazarene University.
**To earn graduate level credit, participants will need to complete an additional graduate level assignment**

 

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