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Chapter 1 Quiz
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When a teacher makes a decision based upon the obvious rather being based upon more complicated assumptions she will be:
-All the above
Mr. Peck Demitrov read about research finding preschoolers with oppositional behavior could learn to follow classroom rules if they were given two choices, both of which were acceptable. When he tried this strategy with Kristen, Mr. Peck was able to get similar results. It could be said that Mr. Peck:
Replicated the results
Sean Mohammed, a child with autism, was placed in a regular preschool class for two weeks because his parents had requested this placement. It was then decided that this placement was inappropriate because the classroom teacher did not feel she was meeting his needs and he could not do many of the activities that other children were able to do. Does this situation demonstrate the principle of least restrictive environment?
No, because supplemental aids and services were not provided in the regular classroom
You are encouraging your preschool special education program to adopt a philosophy of personalization. Which of the following statements captures the essence of this approach?
Very young children with special needs are children first, but may require unique, individualized, and comprehensive special services to reach their full potential.
Isaiah is an African American child who has autism. His teacher, who is Caucasian wants to be sensitive to this child's cultural background. She should:
Visit often with Isaiah's parents, ask questions, and ask their advice about ways to ensure that she is making culturally sensitive decisions
Joan's father is a single parent and works full time during the day. What should her Early Interventionist do in order to maximize communication with dad?
Hold conferences at convenient times for the father and use language that matches family structure
According to a family systems model, a family consists of:
Family and nonfamily members who have important caregiving responsibilities
Defining "family" is important in early intervention because:
The inclusiveness of the definition determines the scope of services
Which of the following does NOT describe principles of empowerment?
-Gives professionals the sense that they are needed
-Families are the center of decision making, and professionals serve families
-Families are viewed as unique and competent
-Opportunities are created which help display family strengths
Gives professionals the sense that they are needed
Jim Sergie works as a Language Specialist at a University center for children with disabilities. Children attending this center may be seen by physical therapists, neurologists, audiologists, nurses, pediatricians, special educators, social worker, psychologists and other specialists. Each child's assessment plan is determined by the initial history taken by a social worker. Once the comprehensive assessment is complete, the team convenes to make a set of recommendations for the family. This model is best described as:
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