Students with Autism and Complex Needs (EDPD6016)

UNIT OF STUDY

The education of students with autism and complex needs is an integral part of education. In recent years, a growing body of reliable and valid knowledge has emerged related to (a) the development of rigorous, relevant and engaging learning experiences for students with special education needs, (b) implementation of education programs using evidence-based instruction, and (c) the provision of positive behaviour support for students with special educational needs. Teachers need to be familiar with this literature, and acquire the skills that will give them the confidence to develop meaningful, individualised educational programs that meet the needs of students with autism and complex needs, and allow them to access the curriculum on the same basis as their peers. This unit of study aims to equip teachers with the knowledge, skills and confidence to address these important educational needs of students with autism and complex educational needs

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Further unit of study information

Classes

1x2hr seminar/week

Assessment

1x article critique (40%) and 1x representational artefact analysis (20%) and in-class/on-line tasks (4 x 10%)

Faculty/department permission required?

Yes

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