RElated Service Providers Education, Consultation, Training for Children with Disabilities with Academic, Behavioral, and/or Social Communication Challenges (RESPECT)

Grants and Contracts Details

Description

Scholars will take 9-credit hours of shared graduate coursework in the first year of their funding. Courses provide additional training in developing behavior intervention plans, academic and social communication skill development, and understanding psychological assessment and evaluation. Each course contains interdisciplinary group assignments. In the second year of funding, scholars will participate in coordinated field experiences supervised by a certified behavior analyst and school psychologist. Scholars will work collaboratively to assess, collect data, develop interventions, train teachers and evaluate effectiveness of intervention related to academic, behavioral, and/or social communication needs of a student with a disability within the practicum setting.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/1/1812/31/22

Funding

  • Department of Education

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