国产偷拍视频You will begin the program in August and complete in 9 months. You will also complete a two-semester integrative seminar. In addition to online coursework, you will complete a nine-month field placement in a public-school setting. There will be two dates, one per semester, where you will be required to be on campus for your seminar presentations.
See the course schedule for this program:
SOWK P411 3 credit hours
国产偷拍视频This course surveys the knowledge base and skills for effective social work practice in schools. Students will explore complex issues involving blending educational and social work approaches to assessment, making evidence-based intervention decisions, working across service delivery systems, bridging the home-school boundary, and negotiating being both an advocate for children and families as well as being a mandatory reporter of suspected child abuse.
SOWK P421国产偷拍视频 3 credit hours
This course focuses on the study of social and emotional development in children from birth through age eight. It primarily considers how children experience themselves and others; the role of relationships in development; and the interaction of biological, psychological and social forces. Throughout the course, culture is seen as shaping every aspect of human development, and is reflected in childrearing beliefs and practices designed to promote healthy adaptation.
EDUC T438国产偷拍视频 2 credit hours
国产偷拍视频This survey course is designed for early childhood and early childhood special education teacher candidates as well as professionals working with children with disabilities outside of the classroom setting and their families (e.g. family support specialists, social workers, specialists providing services to children and families, developmental specialists in private setting, etc.). It provides an overview of the growth and development of children with various disabilities (i.e. learning disabilities, processing and sensory-processing deficits, autism spectrum disorders, cognitive disabilities, and physical disabilities) as well as the historical, philosophical, and legal foundations for special education and disability-related services.