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An overview of formal and informal assessment procedures used in identifying learning disabilities and providing individual and system level support to children and youth. Formal and informal academic, cognitive, and social emotional assessment procedures used in developing and evaluating intervention strategies such as progress monitoring approaches will be discussed using an interdisciplinary model and a multicultural and/or bilingual perspective. Multiple-tiered system of support and the collection and use of data for the purpose of evaluating program effectiveness and accommodations will also be included.

Pre or Co-requisite: PSY 743 and PSY 746, or Permission of Instructor.

Program: Psychology

Credit: 3

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