NB Language of instruction is Dutch.
NB This course is mandatory for students in the Master’s specialisations Learning Problems and Impairments and Coach for Learning and Development.
The Master’s course Clinical assessment en treatment: general introduction.
Gain more in-depth knowledge about diagnostics and treatment in the domain of learning problems and impairments.
Applying knowledge about learning impairments in the domain of problems at school.
Reporting about the results in accordance with guidelines of the Dutch professional organization NVO.
Achievement levels: 1; 2; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8; 10; 11; 12; 15; 16.
Mode of instruction
Active participation in group discussions about patients is obligatory. This course is not a systematic introduction but organized around problems of children in the outpatient clinic. Students have a chance to participate in analyzing a learning problem and drawing conclusions from observations and to observe diagnostic testing and parent consultation behind a oneway-screen. The age of clients and type of problems is unpredictable.
A report in accordance with the guidelines of the Dutch professional organization NVO.
Students submit two case reports three weeks after the last meeting. There will be one possibility to improve the final reports.
During this course Blackboard is used.
Selection of papers from: Swanson, L. et al. (2003). Handbook of Learning Disabilities. The Guilford Press.
More literature will be announced on Blackboard.
Please note that separate uSis registration is mandatory for lectures, seminars, exam and re-exam.
Registration for the lectures of the course is possible as of two months through one week before the first lecture at the latest;
Registration for the seminars of the course is possible as of two months through one week before the first lecture at the latest;
Registration for the exam is possible as of two months through one week before the exam at the latest;
Registration for the re-exam is possible as of two months through one week before the re-exam at the latest.
Students who don’t register cannot attend classes or take the (re)exam.