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EDU 1105 Test 2
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A pervasive developmental disorder with severe and sustained impairments in social interaction and the development of restricted, repetitive patterns of behavior, interests, and activities. Disorder causes clinically significant impairments in other important areas of functioning.
A severe reading disability; difficulty in understanding the relationship between sounds and letters.
Medications typically prescribed for persons with ADHD. These drugs activate or enhance specific aspects of neurological functioning that in turn affect executive functions.
Any Item, piece of equipment, or product system that increases, maintains, or improves functional capabilities of individuals with disabilities.
The behavioral deterioration sometimes observed in persons with ADHD as the effect of psychostimulant medication gradually wears off.
Positive Behavioral Support
An alternative approach to punishment; a schoolwide, proactive way of addressing problematic behaviors.
Behavior disorders characterized by anxiety, withdrawal, fearfulness, and other conditions reflecting an individual's internal state.
A behavior disorder characterized by aggressive, disruptive, acting-out behavior.
The ability of an individual to manage or govern his or her own behavior.
An individual who supervises a person with a disability for all or part of the day to provide training, assistance, or support to maintain a job.
Speaking out for one's personal preferences; protecting one's own interests.
Community Based Instruction
A strategy for teaching functional skills in the environment in which they would naturally occur rather than in stimulated settings.
Response to Intervention
A strategy used for determining whether a pupil has a learning disability. Student is exposed to increasing levels of validated instructional intervention; responsiveness to the instruction is assessed; a lack of adequate progress typically leads to a referral for possible special education services.
Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA)
Application of learning principles derived from operant conditioning; used to increase or decrease specific behaviors.
1) Social disorder
2) Average to above average intelligence
3) Ability to read at grade level
4) Language development not significantly delayed
5) Difficulty understanding feelings of others
6) Restricted range of interests
1 in 68 children (1 in 42 boys and 1 in 189 girls).
Autismspeaks Diagnosis Ratio
1) Medical Evaluation
2) Common assessment tools
3) Vanderbilt assessment scale
Who helps diagnose ADHD
Assistance rendered by family members, friends, teachers, and coworkers.
Assistance provided by government social programs, habilitation services, or advocacy groups.
Percentage of Autistic Savant Children
Types of Testing
Curriculum based measurement and portfolio assessment.
Curriculum Based Measurement
A formative assessment procedure for monitoring student progress in core academic subjects that reflect the local school curriculum.
A type of authentic assessment; samples of different work products gathered over time and across curriculum areas are evaluated.
Autism Spectrum Disorder
A developmental disorder characterized by abnormal or impaired development in social interaction and communication and a markedly restricted repertoire of activity and interests.
1) Social Interaction symptoms
2) Communication symptoms
3) Repetitive restrictive behaviors
3 characteristics of Autism Spectrum Disorder
1) Etiological Perspective
2) Intellectual Deficits
3) Educational Perspective
Three IQ classifications of an intellectual disability
What is the Difference between Learning Disability and Intellectual Disability.
A learning disability is a child not achieving at an expected age and ability levels. An intellectual Disability is how their subaverage functioning originates during the developmental period and contributes to impaired behavior.
1) Wechsler Intelligence scale for children
2) Stanford Binet Intelligence scale
2 Factors to Diagnose an Intellectual Disability
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