Disabled Students (DSPS)
DSPS ELL01 Lifelong Learning for the Special Needs Population
Educational activities for special needs students emphasizing physical, cognitive, social, and emotional skill development.
|Winter 2021||31017||DSPS:ELL01||T||2:30pm - 3:45pm||B. Ramirez Catalan||ONLINE-XXXX|
|Winter 2021||31018||DSPS:ELL01||M||1:00pm - 3:50pm||S. Stroebel||ONLINE-XXXX|
DSPS ESL25 Language Development for Deaf Students in ASL and ESL
Language development for Deaf or hard-of-hearing students. Includes written English, ESL and ASL.
DSPS ESL26 Language Enhancement for Deaf Students in ASL and ESL
Language enhancement for Deaf or hard-of-hearing students. Intermediate skills in written ESL and ASL.
DSPS IAEP Interacting with Emergency Personnel and Authorities
Prepares students with disabilities to interact with emergency personnel including law enforcement. Overview of the criminal justice system and reporting victimization.
DSPS LRND1 Clinical Speech Instruction
Designed for Mt. SAC students with acquired brain injury. Specialized instruction to improve speech (articulator movement, motor planning) language (expressive, receptive) and cognition (attention, memory, reasoning) needed to achieve academic and vocational goals. Note: Students must make an appointment with the instructor, have acquired the injury after the age of 12, and have completed any services through the public school system in order to be eligible to register for this class.
DSPS LRND2 High Tech Center: Assistive Technology and Academic Strategies
Technology and academic strategies to assist students in accessing information and completing credit class assignments. Students should be registered with DSPS and enrolled in at least 3 academic units.
DSPS LRND3 Acquired Brain Injury Intervention
(May be taken for Pass/No Pass only)
Designed for students who have been accepted into the Acquired Brain Injury Program at Mt. SAC. Specialized instruction and the use of computer software to improve cognitive skills (attention, memory, reasoning, etc) needed for academic and vocational goals.Note: Students must see a brain injury specialist in Disabled Student Programs & Services (DSP&S), have acquired their injury after the age of 12, and have finished with any services through the public school system in order to be eligible to register in this class.