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K3: Understanding of the basic theories of behavior problems exhibited by individuals with DCD.
S5: Familiarity with the use of a variety of instructional strategies (including functional life skills approach, community-based instruction, task analysis, multi-sensory, and concrete or manipulative techniques) to appropriately support the needs of students with DCD.
S6: Familiarity with techniques used to stimulate language, basic academic, and literacy skills of students with DCD (including the integration of art, music, and body movement into instruction).
K9: Understanding of basic aspects of a classroom environment that are relevant to meeting the physical, cognitive, cultural, and communication needs of children and youth with DCD.
S7: Familiarity with the use of developmentally appropriate classroom management strategies that are appropriate for supporting the needs of students with DCD.
K10: Knowledge of sources and uses of appropriate materials and equipment to meet the needs of children and youth with DCD (including adaptive, augmentative, and assistive technologies).
In Unit 4, Adaptations and Modifications for Learning of the specialized competency area Developmental Cognitive Disabilities, the paraprofessional had the opportunity to learn the following:
Lesson 1—Adapting Curriculum and Instruction:
Lesson 2—Managing Behaviors:
Lesson 3—Adapting the Educational Environment: