Field 1 Midterm
Terms in this set (43)
Describe the 3 tiers
1. classroom wide changes
2. targeted intervention for small groups
3. individualized programming
Rank high incidence disabilities
1. Learning disabilities
2. speech language
4. behavioral/ emotional
5. other health impairment
assumes that a physical condition or disease exists within a patient
child with exceptionalities is in complex interaction with many enviornmental forces
family centered model
empowering families to take a lead role with professionals in determining what is best for the child
all children with disabilities must be provided with a free and appropriate public education
public law 94-142
Public law 99-457 (ADA)
Education of the Handicapped Act Amendments of 1986
a section of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 that requires a plan for support outlining accommodations and interventions needed.
IEP- when required?
when a child is removed from the typical classroom
IEP- what is required?
1. presence of parent or guardian to sign off on the plan
2. due process
3. least restrictive environment (LRE)
bringing children with exceptionalities into regular classrooms
Common Core State Standards
the hypothesized decision making element that controls reception, central processing, and expression
what is early intervention?
a range of services that provide sustained and systemic efforts to assist young developmentally vulnerable children and their families
why is early intervention important?
it can help avoid developmental delays
alpha feta protein test
sonogram (ultrasound) and amniocentesis
Developmentally Appropriate Practice
Individualized Family Services Plan
locates young children who may need additional support in early years
Intensity of support includes these levels of support:
who makes up a multidisciplinary team?
1. gen ed teacher
3. SPED representative
Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Autism was first brought to our attention by
Persuasive Developmental Disorder- Not Otherwise Specified
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for mental disorders
deficits in social interaction and unusual responses to environment
condition included with ASD bc symptoms resemble autism.
Progressive neurological disorder in which individuals reveal a loss of muscle function, hand flapping, and autistic behavior
theory of mind
ability of humans to understand the thinking and feelings of others that's necessary for understanding, predicting, and shaping the behavior of others
Applied Behavior Analysis
average intelligence but extreme problems with reading, spelling, and writing
the ability to use two or more senses simultaneously or smoothly
Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder
Information Processing Model
instruction includes moving from concrete to abstract, simple to complex, and supported to independent
helping students understand how to "think about their thinking" as they work to solve problems, activate or select strategies to use and anchor learning into their memory.
Early Learning Observation Rating Scale: used to see where the student is at with independence.
being able to connect memory with something meaningful
Behavior support plan
equips the teacher with previous information about behaviors to help minimize the act or redirect the student.
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