SEA 153 Supporting Responsible Behaviour
This course takes a positive approach to managing challenging behaviours of children with special needs in the classroom through effective assessment, intervention and guidance strategies. The characteristics and needs of children with health related disabilities are identified, and methods to promote physical and emotional well-being for children with special needs are explored, including ways of enabling them to deal effectively with conflicts and challenges. Students learn about functional assessments and appropriate interventions. Special education policies and procedures in BC and in local school districts are covered, including provincial special education categories.
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