SpEd 431 Families and Advocacy (Secondary)
Investigate practical strategies, tools and exemplary practitioners in the areas of student support and advocacy, school-family collaboration and transition planning. Address concepts and curriculum related to person-centered planning and teaching self-determination skills. Examine collaborative skills needed to empower students, families, service agencies, and other support systems to facilitate inclusive practices.
Slash Listed Courses
Also offered for graduate-level credit as SpEd 531
and may be taken only once for credit.
Admission to the Special Educator Licensure Program or MS in Special Education.