20 terms

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deppacidnaH
having a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more life activities, or having a record of such impairment
ytilibasiD
physical or mental impairments or deficiencies that interfere with a person's normal functioning
demaertsniaM
integrated classrooms such as people with disabilities are in one classroom rather than being segregated
noitanimircsiD
behaving differently, usually unfairly, toward the members of a group
yhtapmE
the ability to imagine and understand how someone else feels
latinegnoC
existing at birth
amuarT
serious physical or emotional injury
evitacinummoC
talkative and likely to communicate
lanosrepretnI
between people (usually describing social activities)
yratidereH
(adj.) of or passed down by inheritance from an ancestor; transmitted from parent to child
citeneG
the science of heredity
dezilaudividnI noitacudE margorP
legal document that outlines the specific adaptive services a student will receive
edoceD
to translate into language that is easily understood; to interpret
lanosrepartnI
communication is communicating with oneself. It encompasses such activities as thought processing, personal decision making, self-talk, listening, and determining self-concept
citehtseniK
learning takes place by the students carrying out physical activities, rather than listening to a lecture or watching demonstrations
laidemeR
(adj) providing a remedy, curative; correcting a deficient skill
etasnepmoC
to make up for
rophateM
comparison that establishes a figurative identity between objects being compared
ADA
Americans with Disabilities Act
elpitluM ecnegilletnI
Created by Howard Gardner; the idea that people can show different skills in a variety of different domains, included: mathematical/logical, linguistic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, spatial, and kinesthetic
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