4) Identify strategies to teach socially nuanced behaviors and recognize how peersinterpret social information.The specific content focus and educational objectives for each face-to-face content day of thecourse are listed in the course outline.
The following is a list of the expected knowledge and skills for students at the end of theCSD program as outlined by the Commission on Academic Accreditation (CAA) inStandard 3.1B. Those outcomes that are supported through work in this course areidentified
(see checked boxes).
Knowledge of the nature of speech, language,hearing, and communication disorders anddifferences, as well as swallowing disorders,including etiologies, characteristics, andanatomical/physiological, acoustic,psychological, developmental, linguistic, andcultural correlates.Taught Practiced Evaluated
ArticulationFluencyvoice and resonance, including respiration and phonationreceptive and expressive language(phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics,and pragmatics) in speaking, listening,reading, writing, and manual modalitiesX Xhearing, including the impact on speech andlanguageswallowing (oral, pharyngeal, esophageal, andrelated functions, including oral function for feeding; orofacial myofunction)cognitive aspects of communication (e.g.,attention, memory, sequencing, problemsolving, executive functioning)X Xsocial aspects of communication (e.g., behavioral and social skills affectingcommunication)X Xcommunication modalities (e.g., oral, manual,and augmentative and alternativecommunication techniques and assistivetechnologies)X X
Knowledge of the principles and methods of prevention, assessment, and intervention forpeople with communication and swallowingdisorders across the life span, includingconsideration of anatomical/physiological,psychological, developmental, linguistic, andcultural correlates of the disordersTaught Practiced Evaluated