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Chapter 01: Overview of Today's Special Education & Chapter 02: Ensuring Progress in the General Education Curriculum
TEXTBOOK: Turnball, A., Turnball, R., Wehmeyer, M. L., Shogren, K. A. (2016). Exceptional lives: Special education in today's schools. Boston, MA: Pearson Education, Inc.
Terms in this set (20)
The IDEA principle that seeks to establish accountability for carrying out the student's rights under IDEA is:
Procedural due process
Universal Design for Learning promotes multiple means of representing content; multiple means of action and expression for students to demonstrate knowledge; and:
Multiple means of engagement
Which law extends accessibility and antidiscriminatory protection for individuals with disabilities into private-sector employment, transportation, state and local government activities and programs, privately operated businesses that are open to the public ("public accommodations"), and telecommunications?
Accommodations may change each of the following except:
content of assessment
What percentage of school-age students are identified as having a disability?
What percentage of students with disabilities graduate with a high school diploma?
Which of the following describes the different options for inclusion set forth by P.L. 94-142?
the continuum of placements
Which of the following mention disability being related to an impairment in a major life function?
ADA and 504
What two disability categories constitute about two-thirds of all students who are classified as having a disability?
Specific learning disabilities and speech or language impairments
Alternative assessments based on modified achievement standards (AA-MAS) are used for students who:
Need both accommodations and modifications to the grade-level standards
Which of the following students are most likely to be educated in the general education classroom?
Students with learning disabilities and other health impairments
Infants and toddlers who need early intervention services due to developmental delays or physical or mental conditions that have a high probability of resulting in developmental delay are provided with services through:
Part C of IDEA
Under IDEA, a student who cannot learn the same content as same-age peers who do not have disabilities, and who cannot take the state assessment even with accommodations, is required to:
Take an alternate assessment
The process of determining whether a student's behavior is a direct result of the student's disability is:
Which of the following represents what a majority of states are following for their English Language and Mathematics standards?
Common Core State Standards
How many principles are outlined in IDEA?
What does the "A" in the ABCD goal format stand for?
Of 14 fields in education identified as having considerable shortages by the Department of Education, how many relate to special education?
Which of the following students are more likely to attend residential schools?
Students with hearing impairments, visual impairments, and deaf-blindness
Over the last decade, where have students with disabilities been spending more of their instructional time?
In the general education classroom
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