DHD 548 – Assistive Technology Tools in the PK-12 Educational Setting
Note: If you are a regularly admitted UIC student and wish to enroll in this course, you must enroll in the campus section of the course by using Student Self-Service.
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DHD 548- Assistive Technology Tools in the PK-12 Educational Setting
College/Department: College of Applied Health Sciences – Disability and Human Development
Program: Assistive Technology Certificate Program
Dates: 8/21/23 – 12/1/23
Credits: 3 graduate semester credit hour
Tuition/Fees: $520 per semester credit hour tuition.
Comments: This course is part of the Department of Disability and Human Development’s Certificate in Assistive Technology. Although you do not have to be a participant in the certificate program to take this course, students interested in applying it towards the Certificate in Assistive Technology are encouraged to visit the department’s web site. There, you can find information about applying for the program as well as information about the courses that are part of the certificate. You can also reach the department by phone at (312) 413-1647 (voice) or (312) 413-0453 (TTY).
Description: Explores a range of tool features, specific products, and training strategies to support active participation and learning in educational settings for students ages 3-22 with high and low incidence disabilities. Course Information: Extensive computer use required. Recommended Background: Experience working in special education as an educator, paraprofessional or related service provider (e.g., OT, PT, SLP).
Prerequisites: Course offered to Graduate ONLY
Textbook: For textbook information contact the Daniel Cochrane at email@example.com
Audit Option: No
Instructor(s): Daniel Cochrane, Sheri Lenzo, & Sayard Bass
Location: This class meets online asynchronous
Schedule: This class meets online asynchronous
Enrollment Deadline: Two weeks prior to the first class
This course is a regular UIC campus course (listed in the UIC Schedule of Classes) in which a limited number of seats is available for continuing education students. If you are a regularly admitted UIC student and wish to enroll in this course, you must enroll in the campus section of the course by using Student Self-Service.