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FTCE ESE Certification Practice
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Regular classroom, including students with disabilities able to learn with regular class accommodations, with or without medical and counseling services
Regular classroom with supportive services (consultation, inclusion)
Regular class with part-time special class (itinerant services, resource room)
Full-time special class (Self-contained or special schools)
Special Stations (special schools or homes)
Homebound (HHB - being cared for in a home)
Residential (in a hospital or institution)
Diana v. The State Board of Education (1970)
A ruling pertaining to the use of evaluation procedures later consolidated in Public Law 94-142 resulted form which court case listed?
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) was signed into law in and later reauthorized through a second revision in what years?
1990 initial with revision in 2004
How was the training of special education teachers changed by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2002?
If a special education teacher is teaching a core subject, he or she must meet the standard of "highly qualified" in that subject
Which of the following a specific change of language in the IDEA?
The term "Handicapped" changed to "With Disabled."
Which component changed with the reauthorization of the Education for all Handicapped Children Act of 1975 (EHA) 1990 EHA Amendment
The definition of assistive technology devices was amended in the IDEA reauthorization of 2004 to exclude what?
Surgically implanted devices
The opportunity for persons with disabilities to live as close to the norm as possible
Legislation in Public Law- 94-142 attempts to
Match the child's educational needs with appropriate educational services, include parents in the decisions made about their child's education, and establish a means by which parents can provide input.
Effective transition was included in
Public law 101-476 and President Bush's 1990 State of the Union Message
Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE)
1.Public expenditure and standard to the state educational agency. 2. provided conformity with each student's individualized education program, if the program is developed to meet requirements of the law 3. Including preschool, elementary, and/or secondary education in the state involved.
Which of the following must be provided in a written notice to parents when proposing a child's educational placement
A list parental due process safeguards
Zero rejects requires all children with disabilities be provided with what?
Free, appropriate public education
Mild Level of Severity
Students who receive special services in a regular classroom with consultation generally have academic and/or social-interpersonal performance deficits at which level of severity
The greatest number of students receiving special services is enrolled primarily in
the most restrictive environment in which an individual might be placed and receive instruction
The law affects required components of the IEP; elements required by the IEP and the law are
1. present level of academic and functional performance;statement of how the disability affects the student's involvement and progress; evaluation criteria and timeliness for instructional objective achievement; modifications of accommodations 2. projected dates for service initiation with anticipated frequency, location and duration; statement when parent will be notified; statement of annual goals 3. extent to which child will not participate in regular education program; transitional needs for students at 14 and above
In order to be eligible for IDEA a student
must have a disability that fits into one of the categories listed in the law
Changes in requirements for Current Level of performance require
a student voice in each present level of perfomance
Developmental Disabilities include
congenital conditions, such as severe Spina Bifida, deafness, blindness, or profound mental retardation 2. children with contract diseases, such as polio or meningitis, and who are left in an incapacitated functional state
Which of the following goals reflects new IDEA requirements
janet will go to college
The definition for Other Health Impaired (OHI) in IDEA
Is the definition that accepts heart conditions
Which is an educational characteristic common to students with mild intellectual learning and behavioral disabilities
require modification in classroom instruction
Characteristics of students with learning disabilities include
a discrepancy between achievement and potential
Some of the characteristics of persons with learning disabilities are
1. Hyperactivity: a rare of motor activity higher than normal 2. Preceptual difficulties: visual, auditory, and haptic perceptual problems 3. Perceptual-motor impairments: poor integration of visual and motor systems, often affecting fine motor coordination 4. Disorders of memory and thinking; memory deficits, trouble with problem solving, concept formation and association, poor awareness of own metacognitive skills 5.Impulsiveness; acts before considering consequences, poor impulse control, often followed by remorselessness 6. Academic problems in reading, math, writing or spelling; significant discrepancies in ability levels
Characteristics of individuals with mental retardation or intellectual disabilities
1.IQ of 70 or below 2. Limited cognitive ability; delayed academic achievement, particularly in language-related subjects 3. Deficits in memory, which often relate to poor initial perception, or inability to apply stored information to relevant strategies
4. Impaired formulation of learning strategies 5. Difficulty in attending to relevant aspects of stimuli; slowness in reaction time or in employing alternate strategies 6. Deficits in many adaptive behavior skills.
Children with emotional/behavioral disorder
1. display poor social skills 2.are poor academic achievers 3.Immaturity; attention seeking 4. average or above average scores on intelligence test 5. unsatisfactory interpersonal skills 6 aggressive, acting out behavior
Mild emotional behavioral disorder can be described as
Separate exceptionality category in IDEA
1. Absent or distorted relationship with people inability to relate with people except as objects 2. Extreme or peculiar problems in communication absence of verbal language or language that is not functional such a echolalia, misuse of pronouns, neologism made up meaning, talks that bears little or no resemblance to reality 3. self stimulation repetitive stereotyped behavior that seems to have now purpose other than providing sensory stimulation (flapping arm) 4. self injury-repeated physical self-abuse, such as biting, scratching, or poking onself, head banging
5.Preceptual anomalies- unusual responses or absence of response to stimuli that seem to indicate sensory impairment or unusual sensitivity
IDEA identifies Autism has
a developmental disability that affects verbal and non verbal communication
What do the 9th and 10th Amendments to the US Constitution state about education
education is an unstated power vested in the states
IDEA states that child assessments is
continuous on a regular basis
What is group test
when an examiner monitor several students at the same time
Criterion referenced test measure
the progress made by individuals in mastering specific skills
Norm referenced test
a test that provides a means of comparing a student's performance to the performance typically expected of others the same age or grade but should not be used for individual program planning
Criterion referenced test
assess specific and relevant behaviors that have been mastered and entry level skills
useful in comparing students of their age or grade
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