Undgergraduate Level Workshop: Introduction to Autism Spectrum and Related Behavior and Communication Disorders and Educational Interventions (SED 193.04)
This is a three credit hour, undergraduate level cources for pre-service teachers and parafessionals. The course was developed to give foundational information related to teaching, supporting and designing interventions for children and adolescents with an ASD.
Graduate Level Workshop: Behavioral Issues in Autism Spectrum and Related Disorders (SED 452)
This is a three credit hour, graduate level training course for individuals who work and live with children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders. An individual must be a current ISU graduate student or already hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited university, and be admitted as a graduate student at-large to register for the course. For students in the Master's Degree porgram, this course may count as an elective toward your degree. If the applicant has not been enrolled in a graduate level course at Illinois State University within the previous year, he or she must apply for the specific spring or summer semester online. To receive priority registration, please begin the process immediately. Special and general educators, speech language pathologists, social workers, psychologists, behavior specialists, occupational and physical therapists, and administrators will all benefit.
Graduate Level Workshop: Advanced Instructional Strategies for Students with ASD and Related Disorders (SED 493.15)
This is a three credit hour, graduate level training course for individuals who work and live with children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders is based upon advanced CEO standards. An individual must have completed the prerequisite course, SED 452, prior to enrollment in the Advanced Instructional Strategies (SED 493.15) course.