EDU 535: Counseling, Learning, and Behavioral Problems
Course Syllabus Overview
This is a graduate level course where you will learn about basic foundations in statistical and psychometric constructs. When finished you will have general knowledge of interviewing techniques that can be used with children and their families. You will know how to use observational methods and record behavior. You will become familiar with various personality and behavioral inventories and conducting a functional behavior assessment. In addition, you will know how to conduct an assessment and provide interventions for children with special needs, including those with brain injuries.
Textbook:Assessment of Children: Behavioral, Social, and Clinical Foundations, 5th edition, by Jerome M. Sattler and Robert D. Hoge. ISBN: 0-9702671-3-4. Jerome M. Sattler, Publisher, Inc.