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Murray State University
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Sed 553 - Instructional Methods for Students with Moderate to Severe Disabilities
Instructional Methods for Students with Moderate to Severe Disabilities Documents

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1 Murray State University COURSE SYLLABUS DEPARTMENT ACS COURSE NUMBER SED 553 Revised January 2008 CREDIT HOURS 3 I TITLE Instructional Methods for Students with Moderate to Severe Disabilities II CATALOG DESCRIPTION This course involves preparation in the use of special methods needed to teach children and youth with physical and sensory disabilities Adaptations prothesthetic devices and technology used in educational programming as well as communication systems and self care techniques will be included Prerequisite None III PURPOSE The purpose of this course is to prepare special educators to meet the educational and training needs of individuals with moderate to severe disabilities Information is provided on the physical and medical management of these students in educational settings Increasing student participation in school and community activities through the design or provision of instructional adaptations is emphasized Curriculum selection IEP development and the delivery of instruction in school and community settings will be a focus IV COURSE OBJECTIVES Class activities will be centered on the attainment of the course objectives listed below These objectives are understood to be reflective of but not limited to those behaviors advocated by the Kentucky Education Reform Act guidelines and initiatives Following each objective and enclosed in parentheses are numbers which reference the Kentucky Experienced Teacher Standards addressed by that objective Upon successful completion of this class the student will be able to A demonstrate knowledge of national and Kentucky definitions etiologies and incidence prevalence data related to the population with moderate to severe disabilities 2 B discuss motor and or sensory disabilities and their impact on designing instructional programs for students with moderate to severe disabilities 1 2 C discuss how cognitive motor social communication and safety objectives are incorporated into instructional programs 1 2 D



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