Special Topics: Educating Individuals with Autism, Spring 2010
Educating Individuals with Autism: SPLED 597C
This graduate seminar will address evidence-based strategies related to working with individuals diagnosed as having Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Course content will include: a) cognitive, social, and behavior characteristics that affect learning; b) assessment strategies and instrumentation; c) treatment/intervention approaches; d) strategies to assess empirical standards; and e) how to program across the lifespan of individuals with ASD. Prerequisites: None
The course is appropriate for special and general educators, counselors, speech language pathologists, or other personnel who work and/or interact with individuals having ASD.
Instructor: Dr. Pamela Wolfe
Schedule Number: 421093
107 Moore Building, University Park
Contact the course instructor, Dr. Pam Wolfe at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.