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2021-2022 Graduate Catalog 
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

VISN 614 - Assessment & Instructional Strategies for Students with VI Including Those with Additional Dis II

Formerly Instructional Strategies for Teaching Students with VI including Multiple Disabilities
4 Credit(s) | Lecture | Graded
Course can be counted for credit once

This course examines and explores the unique educational needs of children with visual impairments and children with visual and additional impairments as well as the techniques for assessment and instruction related to teaching these children in a full array of educational settings from ages 3-22. Topics include assessment and program planning for the core curriculum and expanded core curriculum as well as adaptive techniques and diverse communication systems. This course requires a field-based placement/pre-practicum requirement of a minimum of 30 hours. The necessity for a transdisciplinary approach will be stressed. The course requires (a) classroom lectures, discussions and group work, (b) reading and video assignments, (c) research assignments, (d) varying field-based experiences, and (e) completion of several case studies.

Enrollment Requirements:
Matriculated student in Vision Studies masters or certificate program