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These behaviors are expressed in a withdrawn or self-directed manner.
WHAT ARE INTERNALIZING BEHAVIORS ?
This phrase describes preventative and positive interventions designed to create a supportive environment.
WHAT IS POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORT?
These two terms are used to describe events occurring just before and after a student's behavior.
WHAT ARE ANTECEDENTS AND CONSEQUENCES?
A behavioral intervention that involves a teacher purposefully not paying attention to a student's behavior.
WHAT IS PLANNED IGNORING?
Unpleasant consequences used to modify behaviors (not acceptable in schools).
WHAT ARE AVERSIVE INTERVENTIONS?
This term describes a set of behaviors or symptoms that can range from very mild to very severe.
WHAT IS SPECTRUM DISORDER?
Considered part of the autism spectrum, this diagnosis describes those who experience the social and emotional characteristics of autism, but who do not have significant verbal or cognitive limitations.
WHAT IS ASPERGER'S SYNDROME?
This term describes a very systematic approach to using pictures as a means of communication.
WHAT IS PECS
(Picture Exchange Communication System)?
This intervention approach involves behavioral assessments, very structured practice of skills, and carefully applied consequences.
WHAT IS ABA
(Applied Behavioral Analysis)?
This term describes a pattern of speaking that involves repetition of speech previously heard.
WHAT IS ECHOLALIA?
This type of hearing loss is typically caused by problems with the outer or middle ear (e.g. from otitis media) and interferes with sound waves from being transmitted to the cochlea.
WHAT IS CONDUCTIVE HEARING LOSS?
Exposure to noise, high fever, and genetic & hereditary conditions can cause this type of hearing loss.
WHAT IS SENSORI-NEURAL HEARING LOSS?
These terms are used to describe the loudness and pitch of sounds.
WHAT ARE DECIBEL AND HERTZ?
This educational approach emphasizes teaching kids with hearing impairments how to listen and speak.
WHAT IS AN ORAL COMMUNICATION APPROACH?
Because there is no universally recognized written form of this language, some educators prefer to teach Signed English.
WHAT IS ASL?
This terms describes limitations in language that exist without the presence of other disabilities.
WHAT ARE SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENTS?
Language disorders are often classified using these two terms.
WHAT ARE "EXPRESSIVE"
OR "RECEPTIVE" LANGUAGE DISORDERS?
Substitutions, omissions and lisps may be classified as this type of speech disorder.
WHAT IS AN ARTICULATION DISODER?
Frequent hesitations and repetitions of word sounds are commonly classified as this type of speech disorder.
WHAT IS A FLUENCY DISORDER?
This professional specializes in working with kids who have communication disorders.
WHAT IS A SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST?
Visual acuity is 20/200 or worse - in the better eye & with best correction and/or Visual field is restricted to 20 degrees or less.
WHAT IS LEGAL BLINDNESS?
This eye condition can occur when premature infants require extensive stays in an incubator.
WHAT IS RETINOPATHY OF PREMATURITY
This eye condition is caused by a cloudy film developing over the lens of the eye.
WHAT ARE CATARACTS?
This professional teaches independent movement and travel skills to kids who are visually impaired.
WHAT IS AN ORIENTATION & MOBILITY SPECIALIST?
This term refers to the specialized training areas that kids with V.I. require in addition to the core curriculum.
WHAT IS THE EXPANDED CORE CURRICULUM?
This neurological condition, caused by damage to the brain during pregnancy, birth or early infancy - causes impaired movements and posture.
WHAT IS CEREBRAL PALSY?
What the teacher should do if a diabetic student shows sudden symptoms of clamminess, shakiness, weakness, or hunger.
WHAT IS PROVIDE GLUCOSE (SUGAR)?
A neurological disorder that involves a sudden excessive abnormal discharge of neurons in the brain.
WHAT ARE SEIZURES?
Muscular dystrophy, JRA and congenital malformations can all be classified as this type of physical disability.
WHAT ARE MUSCULO-SKELETAL IMPAIRMENTS?
This developmental condition occurs when the spinal column fails to close properly.
WHAT IS SPINA-BIFIDA?
This term is commonly used to describe kids who's intellectual quotient is 130 or higher.
WHAT IS GIFTED?
This man is often referred to as the "father" of gifted education in the U.S.
WHO IS LEWIS TERMAN?
This man's concept of giftedness requires abilities in these three areas:
1)above average ability
2) Task commitment
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WHO IS JOSEPH RENZULLI?
This man's triarchic theory of intelligence allows for three different types of giftedness (Analytical, Creative, & Practical).
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WHO IS ROBERT STERNBERG?
Multiple Intelligences theory was developed by this man.
WHO IS HOWARD GARDENER?
The controversial definition of this disability population excludes kids who are "socially maladjusted".
WHAT IS EMOTIAL AND BEHAVIOR DISTURBANCE?
Tantrums or hitting other kids might be classified as this type of behavior
WHAT IS AN EXTERNALIZING BEHAVIOR?
A behavioral intervention that involves interruption of an undesired behavior and involving the student in another activity.
WHAT IS REDIRECTION?
A system that involves giving small items (e.g. poker chips) for desired behavior - which can be traded in for a reward when enough are earned.
WHAT IS A TOKEN ECONOMY REINFORCEMENT SYSTEM?
This diagnosis may be given when children show symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity.
WHAT IS ADHD?
This term refers to the clarity
of someone's vision.
(ability to see detail)
WHAT IS VISUAL ACUITY?
These three eye conditions are refractive errors and can usually be corrected with glasses or contact lenses.
WHAT ARE MYOPIA, HYPEROPIA & ASTIGMATISM?
This eye condition can occur when the fluid in the eye does not drain properly.
WHAT IS GLAUCOMA?
This term is used to describe kids who have exceptional abilities in sports, or visual or performing arts.
WHAT IS TALENTED?
Skipping grades, moving ahead in specific content areas and advanced placement are all examples of this type of approach to teaching gifted kids.
WHAT ARE ACCELERATION APPROACHES?
Independent study and mentorship programs are examples of this type of approach to teaching gifted children.
WHAT ARE ENRICHMENT APPROACHES?
This professional specializes in measuring hearing.
WHAT IS AN AUDIOLOGIST?
This technology device for students with low vision can be used to magnify printed materials on a larger screen.
WHAT IS A CCTV?
Kids who show signs of impaired social interactions, limited communication abilities and unusual behaviors may be given this diagnosis.
WHAT IS AUTISM?
In the canal, in the ear, and behind the ear are all types of this kind of technology.
WHAT ARE HEARING AIDS?
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