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Course Description

CourseCodeSemesterT+P (Hour)CreditECTS
DEVELOPMENTAL EARLY INTERVENTION APPROACHES-Spring Semester3+036
Course Program
Prerequisites Courses
Recommended Elective Courses
Language of CourseTurkish
Course LevelSecond Cycle (Master's Degree)
Course TypeElective
Course CoordinatorProf.Dr. Arzu YÜKSELEN
Name of Lecturer(s)Assist.Prof. Ertan GÖRGÜ
Assistant(s)
AimTo provide information on early intervention services and approaches
Course ContentThis course contains; Early intervention approaches,Early intervention projects,Early intervention project presentation,Early intervention services,Early intervention intent,Developments in the early stages of development,Developments in the early intervention in the world (homework presentation),Early childhood rehabilitation projects,Early childhood projects homework presentation,Individualized family service plan,Implementation of individualized family service plan,Early intervention steps,Early intervention service options,Early intervention service options.
Dersin Öğrenme KazanımlarıTeaching MethodsAssessment Methods
Early intervention services, intentions, will have knowledge on the issues related to applications
Explain and understand early intervention approaches
Early intervention will have the ability to plan and stage services
Teaching Methods:
Assessment Methods:

Course Outline

OrderSubjectsPreliminary Work
1Early intervention approaches
2Early intervention projects
3Early intervention project presentation
4Early intervention services
5Early intervention intent
6Developments in the early stages of development
7Developments in the early intervention in the world (homework presentation)
8Early childhood rehabilitation projects
9Early childhood projects homework presentation
10Individualized family service plan
11Implementation of individualized family service plan
12Early intervention steps
13Early intervention service options
14Early intervention service options
Resources
Allen, S. F. (2007). Parents Perceptions of Intervention Practices in Home Visiting Programs. Infant and Young Children, 20(3), 266-281. Hollenbeck, A. F. (2007). From IDEA to Implementation: A Discussion of Foundational and Future Responsiveness-to- Intervention Research. Learning Disabilities Research & Practice, 22(2), 137-146. Noyes-Grosser, D. (2007). Children and Youth with Disabilities and Public Health. A Model Syllabus for Health Professionals. Infants and Young Children, 20(3), 202-221. Trent, S. C., Kea, C. D., & Oh, K. (2008). Preparing Preservice Educators for Cultural Diversity: How Far Have We Come Exceptional Children, 74(3), 328-350. Woods, J. (2008). Providing Early Intervention Services In Natural Environment. The ASHA Leader, 25, 14-23.

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications
NoProgram QualificationContribution Level
12345
1
Has a profound and systematic level of knowledge about the mental, language, motor, self-care, social, emotional development areas of all children and young people aged 0-18 years.
X
2
The 0-18 age group on development and education knows all the concepts for children and adolescents and follows the studies done on this subject.
X
3
It uses the information gained in the areas of mental, language, motor, self-care, social-emotional development for 0-18 year-old children to make developmental and educational diagnosis for children, family and collective in units related to the profession.
X
4
It derives appropriate solutions and original ideas from the problems of the country in the health, development, education and social services of children and their families of 0-18 years old using basic knowledge about these problems.
X
5
The student uses the basic knowledge the student has in the field of Child Development and Education to make suggestions, transfers the learned topics to the application, interprets the information, interprets the results of the practices and analyzes the information cluster critically.
X
6
It can use the information gained about the occupational field for health, education and social service organizations, especially for children and families, participates in research works which are to be prepared in developmental and educational programs and in related projects.
X
7
It acts in accordance with the ethics of science and observes the psychological state of the child and the family in experimental research on children.
X
8
As an example of collecting with external appearance attitudes and behaviors, it acts in accordance with democracy, human rights, social, scientific and professional ethical values, laws, regulations and legislation.
X
9
Quality management and processes have adequate consensus on the individual, environmental protection and work safety issues, including infants, children and families, and behave and participate in these processes.
X

Assessment Methods

Contribution LevelAbsolute Evaluation
Rate of Midterm Exam to Success 50
Rate of Final Exam to Success 50
Total 100
ECTS / Workload Table
ActivitiesNumber ofDuration(Hour)Total Workload(Hour)
Course Hours14342
Guided Problem Solving14342
Resolution of Homework Problems and Submission as a Report22550
Term Project000
Presentation of Project / Seminar000
Quiz000
Midterm Exam12020
General Exam13030
Performance Task, Maintenance Plan000
Total Workload(Hour)184
Dersin AKTS Kredisi = Toplam İş Yükü (Saat)/30*=(184/30)6
ECTS of the course: 30 hours of work is counted as 1 ECTS credit.

Detail Informations of the Course

Course Description

CourseCodeSemesterT+P (Hour)CreditECTS
DEVELOPMENTAL EARLY INTERVENTION APPROACHES-Spring Semester3+036
Course Program
Prerequisites Courses
Recommended Elective Courses
Language of CourseTurkish
Course LevelSecond Cycle (Master's Degree)
Course TypeElective
Course CoordinatorProf.Dr. Arzu YÜKSELEN
Name of Lecturer(s)Assist.Prof. Ertan GÖRGÜ
Assistant(s)
AimTo provide information on early intervention services and approaches
Course ContentThis course contains; Early intervention approaches,Early intervention projects,Early intervention project presentation,Early intervention services,Early intervention intent,Developments in the early stages of development,Developments in the early intervention in the world (homework presentation),Early childhood rehabilitation projects,Early childhood projects homework presentation,Individualized family service plan,Implementation of individualized family service plan,Early intervention steps,Early intervention service options,Early intervention service options.
Dersin Öğrenme KazanımlarıTeaching MethodsAssessment Methods
Early intervention services, intentions, will have knowledge on the issues related to applications
Explain and understand early intervention approaches
Early intervention will have the ability to plan and stage services
Teaching Methods:
Assessment Methods:

Course Outline

OrderSubjectsPreliminary Work
1Early intervention approaches
2Early intervention projects
3Early intervention project presentation
4Early intervention services
5Early intervention intent
6Developments in the early stages of development
7Developments in the early intervention in the world (homework presentation)
8Early childhood rehabilitation projects
9Early childhood projects homework presentation
10Individualized family service plan
11Implementation of individualized family service plan
12Early intervention steps
13Early intervention service options
14Early intervention service options
Resources
Allen, S. F. (2007). Parents Perceptions of Intervention Practices in Home Visiting Programs. Infant and Young Children, 20(3), 266-281. Hollenbeck, A. F. (2007). From IDEA to Implementation: A Discussion of Foundational and Future Responsiveness-to- Intervention Research. Learning Disabilities Research & Practice, 22(2), 137-146. Noyes-Grosser, D. (2007). Children and Youth with Disabilities and Public Health. A Model Syllabus for Health Professionals. Infants and Young Children, 20(3), 202-221. Trent, S. C., Kea, C. D., & Oh, K. (2008). Preparing Preservice Educators for Cultural Diversity: How Far Have We Come Exceptional Children, 74(3), 328-350. Woods, J. (2008). Providing Early Intervention Services In Natural Environment. The ASHA Leader, 25, 14-23.

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications
NoProgram QualificationContribution Level
12345
1
Has a profound and systematic level of knowledge about the mental, language, motor, self-care, social, emotional development areas of all children and young people aged 0-18 years.
X
2
The 0-18 age group on development and education knows all the concepts for children and adolescents and follows the studies done on this subject.
X
3
It uses the information gained in the areas of mental, language, motor, self-care, social-emotional development for 0-18 year-old children to make developmental and educational diagnosis for children, family and collective in units related to the profession.
X
4
It derives appropriate solutions and original ideas from the problems of the country in the health, development, education and social services of children and their families of 0-18 years old using basic knowledge about these problems.
X
5
The student uses the basic knowledge the student has in the field of Child Development and Education to make suggestions, transfers the learned topics to the application, interprets the information, interprets the results of the practices and analyzes the information cluster critically.
X
6
It can use the information gained about the occupational field for health, education and social service organizations, especially for children and families, participates in research works which are to be prepared in developmental and educational programs and in related projects.
X
7
It acts in accordance with the ethics of science and observes the psychological state of the child and the family in experimental research on children.
X
8
As an example of collecting with external appearance attitudes and behaviors, it acts in accordance with democracy, human rights, social, scientific and professional ethical values, laws, regulations and legislation.
X
9
Quality management and processes have adequate consensus on the individual, environmental protection and work safety issues, including infants, children and families, and behave and participate in these processes.
X

Assessment Methods

Contribution LevelAbsolute Evaluation
Rate of Midterm Exam to Success 50
Rate of Final Exam to Success 50
Total 100

Numerical Data

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