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Fri, Sept 2 through Sunday, September 4 -No classes scheduled Sunday
Mon, Sept 5- College Closed – No classes scheduled
Mon, Sept 26, and Tues Sept 27-No classes scheduled
Thurs, Sept 29- Conversion Day – Classes follow a Monday schedule
Tues, Oct 4 and Wed, Oct 5- No classes scheduled Wednesday
Mon, Oct 10- College Closed – No classes scheduled
Fri, Nov 4- 60% Date for the term
Thurs, Nov 24, and Fri Nov 25- College Closed – No classes scheduled
Sat, Nov 26 and Sun, Nov 27- No classes scheduled
Wed, Dec 14- Last day to withdraw from a course with a “W” grade
Thurs, Dec 15 Final Examinations Begin
Wed, Dec 21- Final Examinations End / End of Fall Semester
Sat, Dec 27- Final grade submission deadline
Sat, Dec 31- Fall 2022 Conferral Date
Bulletin Description: Survey of speech, language, and communication disorders for educators. Consideration of varied disorders that might be encountered in educational settings; application to children from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Syllabus Description: This course is an overview of speech, language, and hearing disorders. It will investigate the impact of communication on children with developmental disabilities and enable non-specialists to work effectively with this population. Throughout this course, we will consider a range of problems (i.e. neurological and physiological disabilities), as well as applications to children from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Course Goals and Objectives
Students will understand the differences between speech, language, and communication.
Students will be able to identify the etiology and characteristics of various communication disorders.
Students will understand the roles of various school-based professionals and the importance of collaboration among these professionals to support students with communicative disorders.
Students will learn about various methods of assessment and treatment for communication disorders.
Students will develop cultural sensitivity regarding communication differences and disorders.
Students should inform the professor if they have a disability or any other situation that may require Section 504/ADA accommodations. The faculty and staff will attempt to work out whatever arrangements are necessary.
Please provide me with your course accommodation form and discuss your specific accommodation with me as soon as possible to ensure accommodations are met in a timely fashion.
In order to receive academic accommodations students must first be registered with the Center for Student Disability Services. Students who have a documented disability or who suspect that they might have a disability are invited to set up an appointment with the Director of the Center for Student Disability Services, Ms. Valerie Stewart-Lovell or the Assistant Director, Josephine Patterson or their general email email@example.com
The faculty and administration of Brooklyn College support an environment free from cheating and plagiarism.
Each student is responsible for being aware of what constitutes cheating and plagiarism and for avoiding both.
If a faculty member suspects a violation of academic integrity and, upon investigation, confirms that violation, or if the student admits the violation, the faculty member must report the violation.
Please read the section entitled “Academic Regulations and Procedures” in the Brooklyn College Undergraduate Bulletin or Graduate Bulletin for a complete listing of academic regulations of the College.
Students who experience the death of a loved one must contact the Division of Student Affairs, 2113 Boylan Hall, if they wish to implement either the Standard Bereavement Procedure or the Leave of Absence Bereavement Procedure. The Division of Student Affairs has the right to request a document that verifies the death (e.g., a funeral program or death notice). Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Typically, this death involves that of a family member, in parallel to the bereavement policy for faculty and staff. However, it is up to the discretion of the Division of Student Affairs to determine if a death outside of the immediate family warrants implementation of the student bereavement policy.
As an option, and in consultation with the Division of Student Affairs, students may take the Leave of Absence Bereavement after the Standard Bereavement.
Reference to the Student Bereavement Policies will be noted on course syllabi.
Students requesting a religious accommodation should contact the Division of Student Affairs as well. The chief student affairs officer, or a designee, and the student will engage in an interactive process with the goal of finding an acceptable accommodation.
Upon approval from the Division of Student Affairs, the student is allowed one week, commencing from the day of notification to the Division of Student Affairs, of excused absence.
Should the student feel that he/she needs additional days, these should be discussed with individual course instructors and/or the Division of Student Affairs.
The Division of Student Affairs will contact the student’s faculty and academic staff of the student’s courses.
Faculty and academic staff will be advised that extensions must be granted to the student for the period of one week of excused absence.
Further extensions may be negotiated with the student when he or she returns to campus.
Students are encouraged to discuss options with their instructors.
Leave of Absence Bereavement Procedure:
Students may be allowed to withdraw from the semester in which the death occurs.
The Bereavement Leave of Absence is for one semester only.
Students who have opted to take the Bereavement Leave of Absence and have already attended classes for the semester of the leave will be allowed to re-enter the following semester without having to reapply to the college.
Students who wish to take the leave of absence prior to the beginning of the semester will be required to reapply for the following semester.
Students who are in good academic standing will be given the opportunity to successfully complete the credits for the semester in which they return.
Students will consult with the Division of Student Affairs, on a case-by-case basis, as to whether they should withdraw from their courses during this leave of absence or to request incompletes from the faculty member.
Given that there may be a potential impact on financial aid, students who receive financial aid and who take the Bereavement Leave of Absence, upon arrangement with the Division of Student Affairs, will meet with a financial aid adviser prior to taking this option.
The New York State Education Law provides that no student shall be expelled or refused admission to an institution of higher education because he or she is unable to attend classes or participate in examinations or study or work requirements on any particular day or days because of religious beliefs.
Students who are unable to attend classes on a particular day or days because of religious beliefs will be excused from any examination or study or work requirements.
Faculty must make good-faith efforts to provide students absent from class because of religious beliefs equivalent opportunities to make up the work missed; no additional fees may be charged for this consideration.
If classes, examinations, or study or work requirements occur on Friday after 4 p.m. or on Saturday, similar or makeup classes, examinations, or study or work requirements will be made available on other days, where possible and practical.
The faculty and the administration will not allow any adverse or prejudicial effects to accrue to students availing themselves of this regulation.
If students have complaints about the application of this policy, they are entitled to bring action or a proceeding for enforcement of their rights in the Supreme Court of Kings County
TWLOHA is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire, and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery.
Description: This guide, organized by Edquity, aims to help students in crisis get assistance with food, housing, healthcare, mental health, and provide other resources that students can benefit from during the pandemic.
URL for National COVID-19 Student Support Guide is: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Wa5RHFJSZFr9MgYW9y6hVE1IgGXq6hdCMDCCQkMdEC4/edit
Surviving COVID-19: A #RealCollege Guide for Students
About: Dear college students: We know this is a time of tremendous stress and uncertainty. Please know that you are not alone. Your needs are legitimate, and you deserve support. This guide addresses common needs and offers resources. We also urge you to seek support from your college or university. We want you to be healthy and continue your education. We believe in you. -- The Hope Center Team
URL for Surviving COVID-19: is: https://hope4college.com/surviving-covid-19-a-realcollege-guide-for-students/
Description: Search for free or reduced cost services like medical care, food, job training, and more.
URL for Aunt Bertha is: https://www.auntbertha.com/
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) COVID19 Resource and Information Guide
Description: NAMI educates and provides assistance for those who are dealing with mental illnesses and their families. The resource and information guide can help in dealing with overwhelming emotions that arise during the pandemic.
URL for NAMI is: https://www.nami.org/covid-19-guide
Fall 2022 Professors for CASD 1114 Survey of Speech, Language, & Hearing Disorders