Course Description

TC 410. Evidence Based Practice and Autism

This course is organized to prepare teacher candidates with the knowledge necessary to select and use evidence-based assessments and interventions in the classroom setting. There will be a special emphasis on social, behavior, and academic Evidence Based Practices in Autism, sensory and focus difficulties and the challenges faced by families of children with ASD and ID. However, candidates will learn Evidence Based Practices that apply to multiple disability categories, support needs and subject areas. This course interconnects the skills the instructional strategies learned in the core curriculum courses and the progress monitoring knowledge of the assessment course. Candidates will be presented with, learn and apply evidence- based intervention practices that have been demonstrated to be effective through outcome evaluations. This is a practical fieldwork course during which candidates will demonstrate the ability to implement universal screeners, class wide interventions, research based preference assessments, and evidence based reading and math interventions

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