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THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY PROGRAM IN DEVELOPMENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS
John W. Schuster, Belva Collins, C. Michael Nelson, Davis L. Gast, David L. Gast and Mark Wolery
Education and Treatment of Children
Vol. 14, No. 4, Special Issue: Behavior Analysis and Instructional Design in Performance-Based Teacher Training Programs (NOVEMBER 1991), pp. 333-348
Published by: West Virginia University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42899231
Page Count: 16
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This paper describes the University of Kentucky's program in developmental and behavioral disorders, which prepares prospective teachers to work with students who have moderate to severe developmental disabilities and severe behavioral disorders. The program is competency based, with specific objectives in three primary areas: (a) to prepare personnel to work in diverse settings with persons who exhibit developmental and behavioral disorders, (b) to prepare personnel to provide consultation and inservice training related to serving persons with developmental and behavioral disorders, and (c) to prepare personnel to analyze and conduct applied research with persons who exhibit developmental and behavioral disorders. Discussion focuses on the program's organization, coursework, practicum placements, emphasis on research skills, and available evaluative data.
Education and Treatment of Children © 1991 West Virginia University Press