This course will focus on the knowledge and skills necessary for supporting students with challenging behaviors in various learning environments, using the framework of positive behavioral supports. Students will gain knowledge of the basic assumptions about the context, function, and role of behavior. Students will learn to use a variety of positive behavior intervention techniques to control targeted behavior, support learning, and maintain the attention of students. 10 hours of field observation required. (TECP candidates have additional course requirements for the certification portfolio.) A $25 fee will be assessed to all students taking TECP 60C to cover the cost of clinical practice.
EDU 200C/TECP 60C