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|PRDV 72619 - Special Education: Knowledge of Services Provided by Other Agencies and Collaborative Practice|
An introduction to address strategies and processes for developing effective collaborative relationships among special and general educators, families, and outside agencies. Emphasis is placed on developing knowledge of services through other agencies, communication skills, establishing role responsibilities, and reaching consensus. Participants explore effective communication strategies that lead to building and maintaining positive relationships with families, the school community, outside agencies, and students. Participants develop a clear working knowledge of private schools and state agencies that support and provide services to school districts, children, and families. Also addressed are the necessary services by various providers to support the transition process of students with disabilities to adult life.
0.250 Credit hours
Levels: Graduate, Non-Matriculated, Post-Baccalaureate
Schedule Types: Lecture
Division of Graduate & Cont Ed Division
Graduate Studies &Cont Ed(GCE) Department