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Education All Students (EAS) Exam
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Diverse Backgrounds (cultures, race, ethnicity, gender, etc.), ability level (type of learner), students with disabilities, gifted, struggling readers.
Teaching a lesson with all learners, and accommodating each individual learner's needs (ELL, Struggling readers, IEP/504 plans). Also, being culturally appropriate in lesson planning. (These are changes to a lesson, and some students will get different assignments)
Strategies such as I do, we do, you. Meeting the learners at their academic and developmental level and helping them achieve learning goals. Breaking up learning experience into chunks. (Scaffolding is done in addition to the lesson).
Making adjustments to the lessons to meet different needs. Giving students the resources they need to help close the achievement gap. (504s and IEPs) Specific support out in place for specific students.
Modifying or creating a lesson around student's specific needs. Students may get to the learning outcome differently.
Assessment given during class time, that is given for student's and the teachers benefit (homework, discussion, etc.)
RTI stands for...
Response to Intervention
UDL stands for...
Universal Design for learning
Any disabilities, gifts, or talents a student may have
FERPA stands for...
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
How might bilangualism benefit students?
Students who are bilangual typically have exposer to a greater amount of vocabulary. Also since they are learning sounds that make up words in their secondary language they will be increasingly phonologically aware.
IDEA stands for...
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
PBIS stands for...
Positive behavioral interventions and supports
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
Authentic learning activies
tasks given to students in the real world where they can apply what they learned in class and continue to learn more in a setting that is relevant to them. (i.e. calling a store to ask if they have a certain item).
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