CDEV 122 Social Emotional Differences K-12 (1)
Credit, Degree Applicable
This course will explore the definition and etiology of social emotional disturbance (SED), disproportionality and strategies to address it, prevention/intervention strategies for supporting children diagnosed with SED and strategies for teacher self-awareness and reflection.
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: Describe social-emotional disturbance, including contemporary theories of etiology.
- Outcome 2: Consider cultural factors contributing to disproportionality and describe related strategies to address disproportionality.
- Outcome 3: Explain instructional procedures and strategies used to support children with SED
- Outcome 4: Evaluate own attitudes and build self-awareness related to children with social emotional differences.