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55 terms
Exceptional Children Chapter 4
amniocentesis
chorionic villi sampling (CVS),
fragile X syndrome
generalization
The insertion of a hollow needle through the abdomen into the…
a procedure for prenatal diagnosis of chromosomal abnormaliti…
fragile X syndrome: A chromosomal abnormality associated with…
The extent to which previously learned knowledge or skill eit…
amniocentesis
The insertion of a hollow needle through the abdomen into the…
chorionic villi sampling (CVS),
a procedure for prenatal diagnosis of chromosomal abnormaliti…
81 terms
Exceptional Children Chapter 6
reasons of lacking clear definition fo…
Emotional disturbance (IDEA)
3 conditions of ED
problems with IDEA's ED definition
1. (social construct) no clear agreement exists about what co…
a) a condition exhibiting one or more of following characteri…
chronicity ("over a long period of time"), ... severity (to a ma…
1. What is "socially maladjustment"?... 2. What is satisfactory…
reasons of lacking clear definition fo…
1. (social construct) no clear agreement exists about what co…
Emotional disturbance (IDEA)
a) a condition exhibiting one or more of following characteri…
56 terms
Exceptional Children Chapter 5
alphabetic principle
comorbidity
criterion-referenced test
curriculum-based measurement (CBM)
The understanding... that words are composed of letters... that rep…
Two or more conditions... occurring in the same person (e.g., le…
A test constructed... so that a child's score can be compared wi…
A type of... formative evaluation consisting of frequent... measure…
alphabetic principle
The understanding... that words are composed of letters... that rep…
comorbidity
Two or more conditions... occurring in the same person (e.g., le…
65 terms
Exceptional Children - Chapter 1
exceptional children
students with disabilities
Impairment
disability
Children whose performance deviates from the norm, either bel…
are the exceptional children without gifted and talented stud…
refers to the loss or reduced... function of a particular body p…
A condition characterized by... functional limitations that impe…
exceptional children
Children whose performance deviates from the norm, either bel…
students with disabilities
are the exceptional children without gifted and talented stud…
37 terms
Exceptional Children chapter 1
Exceptional student
Impairment
Disability
Handicap
is one whose educational needs are not met by traditional edu…
refers to a loss or abnormality of a psychological, physiolog…
is a limitation that is inherent in the individual as result…
is caused when an individual encounters a situation based on…
Exceptional student
is one whose educational needs are not met by traditional edu…
Impairment
refers to a loss or abnormality of a psychological, physiolog…
35 terms
Exceptional children
Manifestation determination
IDEA
Assistive technology
Universal design for learning
IEP team and other qualified personnel must review the relati…
Zero reject... Non-discriminatory evaluation... FAPE: free appropr…
Any item piece of equipment or product system whether acquire…
Hey concept of design services are usable by people with the…
Manifestation determination
IEP team and other qualified personnel must review the relati…
IDEA
Zero reject... Non-discriminatory evaluation... FAPE: free appropr…
97 terms
Exceptional Children Chapter 8
communication
3 elements of communication
intraindividual communication
4 functions of communication
Communication is the interactive exchange of information, ide…
(a) a message;... (b) a sender who express the message;... (c) a re…
occurs when the same person is both sender and receiver of th…
1. Narrating (telling a story-a sequence of related events co…
communication
Communication is the interactive exchange of information, ide…
3 elements of communication
(a) a message;... (b) a sender who express the message;... (c) a re…
Exceptional Children
Legally recognized categories of excep…
Which of the following does not have i…
From an educators point of view, ident…
in defining the term children with exc…
the IDEA
ADHD
requires special adaptations in the educational program
the child's deviation is extensive enough to warrant modifica…
Legally recognized categories of excep…
the IDEA
Which of the following does not have i…
ADHD
26 terms
Exceptional Children - Chapter 15
3 most common types of job
SE students face the problems in adult…
Successful adulthood
Will's "bridges model" (1983)
food service; skilled laborer; cashier
lower levels of employment and wages;... reduced access to posts…
a job;... independent and active member of society;... participate…
transition from high school to adult employment (school to wo…
3 most common types of job
food service; skilled laborer; cashier
SE students face the problems in adult…
lower levels of employment and wages;... reduced access to posts…
51 terms
Exceptional Children Exam 3
What is the IDEA definition of learnin…
What is the NJCLD definition of learni…
What are the three criteria most state…
-DSM-5 diagnostic criteria for Specifi…
-child does not achieve at expected age and ability levels (i…
-a general term that refers to a group of disorders manifeste…
-discrepancy between intelligence and acheivement (an unexpec…
-difficulties learning and using academic skills as indicated…
What is the IDEA definition of learnin…
-child does not achieve at expected age and ability levels (i…
What is the NJCLD definition of learni…
-a general term that refers to a group of disorders manifeste…
11 terms
Exceptional Children
Learning Disabilities
ADHD and ADD
Speech and Language Impairments
Cognitive Impairments
Interferes with a child's ability to learn, listen, think, sp…
A behavioral disorder that may be accompanied by learning dis…
A child with this disorder may have problems saying certain s…
Problems with thinking and learning, they also may have diffi…
Learning Disabilities
Interferes with a child's ability to learn, listen, think, sp…
ADHD and ADD
A behavioral disorder that may be accompanied by learning dis…
17 terms
exceptional children
Exceptional Children
developmental delay
impairment
disability
Refers to individuals who differ from societal or community s…
legislated to use that term for kids age 3 to 9
the loss or reduced function of a body part or organ
exist when an impairment limits the ability to perform certai…
Exceptional Children
Refers to individuals who differ from societal or community s…
developmental delay
legislated to use that term for kids age 3 to 9
8 terms
Exceptional Children
exceptional learners
Least Restrictive Environment (LRE)
Disability
Handicap
requires special education and related services to reach pote…
most normal environment as possible
inability/diminished capacity/impairment in doing something m…
a disadvantage imposed on an individual
exceptional learners
requires special education and related services to reach pote…
Least Restrictive Environment (LRE)
most normal environment as possible
11 terms
Exceptional Children
Individuals with Disabilities Educatio…
Least Restrictive Environment
Individual Education Program
Free Appropriate Public Education
amended law of the Education for All Handicapped Children Act…
student must be educated in an as normal environment as possi…
a written individualized education program is prepared for ea…
every student with a disability has an appropriate public edu…
Individuals with Disabilities Educatio…
amended law of the Education for All Handicapped Children Act…
Least Restrictive Environment
student must be educated in an as normal environment as possi…
45 terms
Exceptional children
Definition of Developmental Disorder
7 Characteristics (requirements of DD)
Streetwise and ID
Metacognition
Severe, chronic disability of an individual 5 years or older…
1. Self care 2. Mobility, 3. learning, 4. self direction, 5.…
means street smart, common sense, not gullible ... Many with ID…
awareness of what strategies to use in situations, ability to…
Definition of Developmental Disorder
Severe, chronic disability of an individual 5 years or older…
7 Characteristics (requirements of DD)
1. Self care 2. Mobility, 3. learning, 4. self direction, 5.…
164 terms
Exceptional Children
intellectual disabilities
American Association on Mental Retarda…
Standard deviation
adaptive behavior
limited ability to reason, plan, solve problems, think abstra…
Professionals involved in the study and treatment of intellec…
A statistical measure of the amount that an individual score…
conceptual, social, and practical skills that people have lea…
intellectual disabilities
limited ability to reason, plan, solve problems, think abstra…
American Association on Mental Retarda…
Professionals involved in the study and treatment of intellec…
24 terms
Exceptional children
Fragile x syndrome
Trisomy 13
Trisomy 18
Prader Willi Syndrome
Repeat mutation of x chromosome, interferes w/FMR1 protein fo…
Patau syndrome - retardation and physical defects die before…
Edwards - severe retardation, small head jaw and curved feet,…
Deletion of chromosome 15, tubefed
Fragile x syndrome
Repeat mutation of x chromosome, interferes w/FMR1 protein fo…
Trisomy 13
Patau syndrome - retardation and physical defects die before…
Exceptional children Midterm
What two disability categories constit…
Which of the following is a benefit of…
What does IDEA stand for?
Which of the following was a critical…
Learning disabilites and speech or language impairments
The process used to determine labels qualifies students for s…
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
Schools may not segregate by race
What two disability categories constit…
Learning disabilites and speech or language impairments
Which of the following is a benefit of…
The process used to determine labels qualifies students for s…
Exceptional Children
Exceptional Children
Impairment
Disability
Handicap
Children that differ from the norm (either above or below) to…
The loss or reduced function of a body part or organ
Exists when an impairment limits the ability to perform certa…
A problem encountered when interacting with the environment
Exceptional Children
Children that differ from the norm (either above or below) to…
Impairment
The loss or reduced function of a body part or organ
63 terms
Exceptional Children Chapter 9
aquired
audiogram
audiometer
audiometric zero
appeared after birth
A graph of the faintest level of sound a person can hear in e…
a device that generates sound at specific frequencies and int…
the smallest sound a person with normal hearing can perceive;…
aquired
appeared after birth
audiogram
A graph of the faintest level of sound a person can hear in e…
36 terms
exceptional children
Metacognition
behavioral inhibition
inner speech
co morbidity
awareness and understanding one's thinking and cognitive proc…
1st response
process of "talking" to and guiding oneself mentally rather t…
the simultaneous presence of two chronic diseases or conditio…
Metacognition
awareness and understanding one's thinking and cognitive proc…
behavioral inhibition
1st response
exceptional children
classroom are made up of
person first language is essential con…
attitudes are
exceptionally is always relative to...
diverse learners
student as he or she is as a person prior to what we know abo…
powerful
the social or cultural context in which it occurs
classroom are made up of
diverse learners
person first language is essential con…
student as he or she is as a person prior to what we know abo…
49 terms
Exceptional Children Chapter 2
four critical aspects of SE
prereferral intervention
prereferral intervention purpose
response to Intervention (RTI)
(a) the importance of teaming and collaboration among profess…
1. Individualized intervention for a student experiencing aca…
• Provide immediate instructional and/ or behavior management…
A systematic prereferral and early intervention process that…
four critical aspects of SE
(a) the importance of teaming and collaboration among profess…
prereferral intervention
1. Individualized intervention for a student experiencing aca…
16 terms
Exceptional Children Exam #1
Who are "exceptional children" and who…
Impairment
Disability
Handicap
Includes children who experience difficulties in learning as…
The loss or reduced function of a body part or organ.
Exist when impairment limits the ability to perform certain t…
A problem encountered when interacting with the environment.…
Who are "exceptional children" and who…
Includes children who experience difficulties in learning as…
Impairment
The loss or reduced function of a body part or organ.
39 terms
Exceptional Children Chapter 10
visual acuity
legally blind (legal definition)
partially sighted (legal definition)
tunnel vision
The ability to clearly distinguish forms or discriminate deta…
1. A person whose visual acuity is 20/200 or less in the bett…
An individual with visual ability no better than 20/70 in the…
A vision impairment in which a person has a good central visi…
visual acuity
The ability to clearly distinguish forms or discriminate deta…
legally blind (legal definition)
1. A person whose visual acuity is 20/200 or less in the bett…
40 terms
Exceptional Children Chapter 7
Autism was first described and name by
Autism is best described as a/an
Charley is a student with autism. Her…
All of the following are defining char…
Leo Kanner
developmental disorder
echolalia
cognitive deficits
Autism was first described and name by
Leo Kanner
Autism is best described as a/an
developmental disorder
20 terms
Exceptional Children Chapter 3
3 factors of increased parent and fami…
3 stages of grief cycle
parents experience sequences of emotio…
Parents at least 9 roles and responsib…
parent advocacy;... educators desire to increase their effective…
confronting, ... adjusting, ... accepting or adapting
shock, denial,grief, reflection, advocacy, appreciation
caregiver, provider, teacher,counselor, behavior support spec…
3 factors of increased parent and fami…
parent advocacy;... educators desire to increase their effective…
3 stages of grief cycle
confronting, ... adjusting, ... accepting or adapting
Exceptional children Midterm
What two disability categories constit…
Which of the following is a benefit of…
What does IDEA stand for?
Which of the following was a critical…
Learning disabilites and speech or language impairments
The process used to determine labels qualifies students for s…
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
Schools may not segregate by race
What two disability categories constit…
Learning disabilites and speech or language impairments
Which of the following is a benefit of…
The process used to determine labels qualifies students for s…
66 terms
Exceptional Children Chapter 7
mutism
Autism Spectrum Disorder (DSM-IV, Diag…
autistic disorder (DSM-IV)
Asperger's disorder (DSM-IV)
unwillingness or refusal to speak, arising from psychological…
Group of 5 related developmental disorders that share common…
A pervasive developmental disorder marked by three... defining f…
1. At the mild end of the autism spectrum;... 2. The most distin…
mutism
unwillingness or refusal to speak, arising from psychological…
Autism Spectrum Disorder (DSM-IV, Diag…
Group of 5 related developmental disorders that share common…
53 terms
Exceptional Children
speech disorders
specific language impairment
articulation disorders
fluency disorders
Oral articulation problems, occurring most frequently among c…
Show a significant limitation in language ability, yet the fa…
phonology; ... Sound substitutions, distortion, and omissions, d…
A speech disorder where you have difficulty forming smooth co…
speech disorders
Oral articulation problems, occurring most frequently among c…
specific language impairment
Show a significant limitation in language ability, yet the fa…
123 terms
Exceptional Children Exam #2
1961 AAIDD
1973 AAIDD
1983 AAIDD
1992 AAIDD
intellectual disability described as "subaverage general inte…
"significantly subaverage general intellectual functioning ex…
Grossman suggests using a range of 70-75 when describing the…
Mental retardation: "substantial limitations in present funct…
1961 AAIDD
intellectual disability described as "subaverage general inte…
1973 AAIDD
"significantly subaverage general intellectual functioning ex…
56 terms
Exceptional Children Chapter 1
Prevalence
Incidence
The six (6) principles or tenets of PL…
The first landmark case was the Pennsy…
Current number of exceptional children
The number of children who at some time in their lives might…
(1) Zero Reject, ... (2) Individualized Education Program (IEP),…
This suit was brought against the State for FAILING TO PROVID…
Prevalence
Current number of exceptional children
Incidence
The number of children who at some time in their lives might…
Exceptional children Exam 1
exceptional children
developmental delay
impairment
disability
Children who's education needs to be altered in order for the…
a term defined by individual states referring to children age…
Impairment The loss or reduced function of a body part or org…
an inability or incapacity to perform a task or activity in a…
exceptional children
Children who's education needs to be altered in order for the…
developmental delay
a term defined by individual states referring to children age…
Exceptional Children Midterm
modified cultural pluralism is the vie…
a successful transition from school to…
the principle components of an effecti…
Which of the following is a provision…
schools preserve the characteristics of groups and promote in…
formal supports and natural supports
all of the above
all of the above
modified cultural pluralism is the vie…
schools preserve the characteristics of groups and promote in…
a successful transition from school to…
formal supports and natural supports
Exceptional Children Test 1
Impairment
Disability
Handicap
At-Risk
the loss or reduced function of a body part or organ
exists when an impairment limits the ability to perform certa…
a problem encountered when interacting with the environment
children who have greater than usual chance of developing a d…
Impairment
the loss or reduced function of a body part or organ
Disability
exists when an impairment limits the ability to perform certa…
Exceptional Children, Chapter 15
Adulthood is expressed by
Adults express autonomy by
Adults express membership in the form of
Adulthood is characterized by change:
autonomy, membership, and change
self-sufficiency, self determination and completeness
connectedness with the community, citizenship activities, and…
moving to a new community, going back to school, taking a new…
Adulthood is expressed by
autonomy, membership, and change
Adults express autonomy by
self-sufficiency, self determination and completeness
127 terms
Exceptional children 11-15
Which of the following statements abou…
All of the following are disability ca…
What percentage of children received s…
The most prevalent physical disability…
They involve the skeletal system.
autism
11.6%
cerebral palsy
Which of the following statements abou…
They involve the skeletal system.
All of the following are disability ca…
autism
Exceptional Children Exam 3
What is the IDEA definition of learnin…
What is the NJCLD definition of learni…
What are the three criteria most state…
-DSM-5 diagnostic criteria for Specifi…
-child does not achieve at expected age and ability levels (i…
-a general term that refers to a group of disorders manifeste…
-discrepancy between intelligence and acheivement (an unexpec…
-difficulties learning and using academic skills as indicated…
What is the IDEA definition of learnin…
-child does not achieve at expected age and ability levels (i…
What is the NJCLD definition of learni…
-a general term that refers to a group of disorders manifeste…
Ch 2. Exceptional Children
The vast majority of kids who are rece…
In the IDEA, PL (94-12)- government es…
What does IDEA stand for?
List the 6 principles of IDEA:
mild
free apporopriate education
individuals with disablities education act
FAPE, LRE, due process, shared decision making, nondiscrimina…
The vast majority of kids who are rece…
mild
In the IDEA, PL (94-12)- government es…
free apporopriate education
Exceptional Children Test 3
IDEA's definition of mental retardatio…
AAMR/IDD's 2002 definition of MR/IDD
AAMR/IDD's 2010 definition of MR/IDD
5 assumptions essential to understandi…
significantly subaverage intellectual functioning, deficits i…
Mental retardation is a disability characterized by significa…
This definition emphasizes the abilities and assets of indivi…
1. Limitations in present functioning must be considered with…
IDEA's definition of mental retardatio…
significantly subaverage intellectual functioning, deficits i…
AAMR/IDD's 2002 definition of MR/IDD
Mental retardation is a disability characterized by significa…
58 terms
Psychology of exceptional children test 1
Who is exceptional?
Difference between disability and hand…
Prevelence of identified special educa…
Who was the Wild Boy of Aveyron?
Those who require special education if they are to reach thei…
A disability is the restriction that is caused bh the abnorma…
Approximately 10 in ever 100 students recieve special ed...Ov…
Victor Of Aveyron was a french child found in the woods aroun…
Who is exceptional?
Those who require special education if they are to reach thei…
Difference between disability and hand…
A disability is the restriction that is caused bh the abnorma…
77 terms
Exceptional Children Chapter 1 - Vocabulary
demeanor
lanyard
vocational
prosthetic
Behavior; manner of conducting oneself
a cord worn around the neck to hold a knife or whistle
Having to do with a person's career.
an artificial body part
demeanor
Behavior; manner of conducting oneself
lanyard
a cord worn around the neck to hold a knife or whistle
32 terms
Exceptional Children Test One.
Know what an exceptional child is:
How are exceptional children different?
Know ratio boys to girls receiving spe…
About what % of classroom would be spe…
Children whose performance deviates from the norm, either bel…
...
2:1 (twice as many boys are there are girls)
12%
Know what an exceptional child is:
Children whose performance deviates from the norm, either bel…
How are exceptional children different?
...
36 terms
Exceptional Children Law Exam
person first language
special education
related services
brown v board
putting the person and their name before their disability
specially designed instruction at no cost to a child's parent…
a part of special education-added onto services already provi…
ruled that separate but equal is inherently unequal
person first language
putting the person and their name before their disability
special education
specially designed instruction at no cost to a child's parent…
45 terms
Exceptional Children Chapter 2 - Vocabulary
Diaspora
heterogeneous
homogeneous
apathy
A Greek word meaning 'dispersal,' used to describe the commun…
composed of unlike parts; different; diverse
Describes something that has a uniform structure or compositi…
(n.) a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
Diaspora
A Greek word meaning 'dispersal,' used to describe the commun…
heterogeneous
composed of unlike parts; different; diverse
22 terms
Exceptional Children- Quiz 1
LRE
ADHD
FBA
EBD
Least Restrictive Environment
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Functional Behavioral Assessment
Emotional Behavioral Disabilities
LRE
Least Restrictive Environment
ADHD
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
25 terms
Exceptional Children Exam 2
Intellectual disability
Learned helplessness
When some has a mental disability it c…
Most people with mental disabilities d…
IQ 70 and below and Not cause by disease
When you could do it but you don't do it, easier way not to d…
a lot 10 times more practice than a normal student to learn it
second or third grade
Intellectual disability
IQ 70 and below and Not cause by disease
Learned helplessness
When you could do it but you don't do it, easier way not to d…
56 terms
Exceptional Children Exam 2
-What are some of the programs/service…
Define speech ... Define language ... Define…
What are the five dimensions (or compo…
What are the 4 related processes which…
-serves about 7000 families, teaches people with disabilities…
-expression of language with sounds... -rule-based method of com…
-phonology: rules governing a language's sound system ... -morph…
-respiration: breathing that provides power... -phonation: produ…
-What are some of the programs/service…
-serves about 7000 families, teaches people with disabilities…
Define speech ... Define language ... Define…
-expression of language with sounds... -rule-based method of com…
46 terms
Exceptional Children Exam 1
Alexander Graham Bell
Thomas Gallaudet
Maria Montessori
SLD
-hearing handicapped children can learn to speak and use limi…
-worked with deaf students ... -Gallaudet University... -deaf child…
-manipulatives to teach students with disabilities... -mentally…
specific learning disability
Alexander Graham Bell
-hearing handicapped children can learn to speak and use limi…
Thomas Gallaudet
-worked with deaf students ... -Gallaudet University... -deaf child…
65 terms
Exceptional Children - Chapter 1
exceptional children
students with disabilities
Impairment
disability
Children whose performance deviates from the norm, either bel…
are the exceptional children without gifted and talented stud…
refers to the loss or reduced... function of a particular body p…
A condition characterized by... functional limitations that impe…
exceptional children
Children whose performance deviates from the norm, either bel…
students with disabilities
are the exceptional children without gifted and talented stud…
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