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Intro to Special Education Chapter 7
Conduct disorder
Preservation
Strauss Syndrome
Cerebral Palsy
A disorder characterized by overt, aggressive, disruptive beh…
...
Behaviors of distractibility, forced responses to stimuli, an…
A condition characterized by paralysis, weakness, lack of coo…
Conduct disorder
A disorder characterized by overt, aggressive, disruptive beh…
Preservation
...
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Special Education in Contemporary Society Chapter 7 Vocabulary
comorbidity
Strauss Syndrome
minimal brain injury
hyperactive child syndrome
the simultaneous existence of two or more conditions within t…
a historical term applied to individuals with intellectual di…
A once popular term referring to individuals who exhibit beha…
A historical term commonly used to describe youngsters who ex…
comorbidity
the simultaneous existence of two or more conditions within t…
Strauss Syndrome
a historical term applied to individuals with intellectual di…
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Special Needs Education Chapter 7
analogy based phonics instruction
analytic phonics
cross checking
embedded phonics instruction
uses onset sand rimes to help students decode words they alre…
letter sound relationships
...
...
analogy based phonics instruction
uses onset sand rimes to help students decode words they alre…
analytic phonics
letter sound relationships
special education in contemporary society: Chapter 7
comorbidity
Attention deficit hyperactivity disord…
strauss syndrome
minimal brain injury
the simultaneous existence of two or more conditions within t…
a persistent pattern of inattention and or hyperactive impuls…
youngsters who display high levels of distractibility and hyp…
a once popular term referring to individuals who exhibit beha…
comorbidity
the simultaneous existence of two or more conditions within t…
Attention deficit hyperactivity disord…
a persistent pattern of inattention and or hyperactive impuls…
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Special Education in Contemporary Society Chapter 7
comorbidity
Strauss Syndrome
minimal brain injury
hyperactive child syndrome
the simultaneous existence of two or more conditions within t…
a historical term applied to individuals with intellectual di…
A once popular term referring to individuals who exhibit beha…
A historical term commonly used to describe youngsters who ex…
comorbidity
the simultaneous existence of two or more conditions within t…
Strauss Syndrome
a historical term applied to individuals with intellectual di…
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Special Education chapter 6
All credible conceptual models of educ…
In contingency-based self management,…
Jeremy has severe autism. He does not…
A mixing of sensory or cognitive syste…
A) controlling misbehavior and teaching academic and social s…
B) reward
C) autistic savant
B) synaesthesia
All credible conceptual models of educ…
A) controlling misbehavior and teaching academic and social s…
In contingency-based self management,…
B) reward
Introduction to Special Education Chapter 5
Adaptive behavior
Social Intelligence
Piratical Intelligence
Supports
In addition to IQ in defining intellectual disability because…
Involves understanding and interpreting people and social int…
Involves the ability to solve everyday problems such as prepa…
Those strategies and resources that "a person requires to par…
Adaptive behavior
In addition to IQ in defining intellectual disability because…
Social Intelligence
Involves understanding and interpreting people and social int…
Intro to Special Education Chapter 2
Prereferral team (PRT)
Response to intervention (RTI)
Screening instruments
Progress monitoring
A group of professionals (e.g. special education teachers, co…
A regulation that states "in determining whether the child re…
Teachers or school psychologists use these to identify those…
Assessments that are frequent, quick-and-easy measures that t…
Prereferral team (PRT)
A group of professionals (e.g. special education teachers, co…
Response to intervention (RTI)
A regulation that states "in determining whether the child re…
Special Education Assessment Chapter 5
alternate forms reliability
concurrent validity
construct validity
constructs
reliability obtained by administering two equivalent tests to…
refers to how precisely a person's present performance estima…
the extent to which a test measures a theoretical construct o…
theoretical concepts such as self-esteem and intelligence tha…
alternate forms reliability
reliability obtained by administering two equivalent tests to…
concurrent validity
refers to how precisely a person's present performance estima…
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Chapter One Special Education
Disability
Deficit perspective
Normal curve/bell shaped curve
Typical learners
Loss of intellectual, social, physical or educational function
Human behavior and characteristics shared by people are distr…
Construct of distribution of human traits. Highest number of…
Students and individuals without disabilitiies.
Disability
Loss of intellectual, social, physical or educational function
Deficit perspective
Human behavior and characteristics shared by people are distr…
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Chapter 7:7 Special Senses
aqueous humor
auditory canal
auricle
choroid coat
a clear,watery fluid that fills the space between the cornea…
also known as external auditory meatus; leads to a canal, or…
also known as pinna; the visible part of the ear that the out…
the middle layer of the eye; interlaced with many blood vesse…
aqueous humor
a clear,watery fluid that fills the space between the cornea…
auditory canal
also known as external auditory meatus; leads to a canal, or…
Introduction to Special Education Chapter 6
Minimal brain injury
IQ achievement discrepancy
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Positron-emission Tomography (PET) Sca…
Refers to individuals who show behavioral but not neurologica…
A comparison between scores on standardized intelligence and…
Sends magnetic radio waves through the head and creates cross…
Like and fMRI or fMRS, is used while the person is performing…
Minimal brain injury
Refers to individuals who show behavioral but not neurologica…
IQ achievement discrepancy
A comparison between scores on standardized intelligence and…
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Special Education Chapter 1
Exceptional children
Impairment
Disability
Handicap
children that differ from the norm (above/below) where they r…
loss or reduced function of a body part or organ
impairment limits the ability to perform certain tasks
problem when interacting with the environment
Exceptional children
children that differ from the norm (above/below) where they r…
Impairment
loss or reduced function of a body part or organ
Chapter 1 Special Education
PBS
RTI
EI
CBA
positive behavior support
response to intervention
early intervention
curriculum based assessment
PBS
positive behavior support
RTI
response to intervention
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Chapter 1: Special Education
Standards-based education
Content standard
Performance standard
Inclusion
refers to the curriculum in which what is taught must be tied…
knowledge, skills, and understanding that students should att…
levels of achievement that students must meet to demonstrate…
IDEA 2004 specifies that schools must educate children with d…
Standards-based education
refers to the curriculum in which what is taught must be tied…
Content standard
knowledge, skills, and understanding that students should att…
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Chapter 7:7 Special Senses
aqueous humor
auditory canal
auricle
choroid coat
a clear,watery fluid that fills the space between the cornea…
also known as external auditory meatus; leads to a canal, or…
also known as pinna; the visible part of the ear that the out…
the middle layer of the eye; interlaced with many blood vesse…
aqueous humor
a clear,watery fluid that fills the space between the cornea…
auditory canal
also known as external auditory meatus; leads to a canal, or…
Intro Special Education Chapter 6 & 7
Communication
Speech disorder
Language disorder
Two forms of language
Entails receiving, understanding, and expressing information,…
refers to difficulty in producing sounds
refers to difficulty in receiving, understanding, and formula…
expressive and receptive
Communication
Entails receiving, understanding, and expressing information,…
Speech disorder
refers to difficulty in producing sounds
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Chapter 7 and 8 Law Education
crime
incarceration rate
community policing
substance abuse
An act against the law
The number of persons held in jail or prison for every 100,00…
A strategy to build closer relationships between the police a…
any unnecessary or improper use of chemical substances for no…
crime
An act against the law
incarceration rate
The number of persons held in jail or prison for every 100,00…
Intro Special Education Chapter 6 & 7
Communication
Speech disorder
Language disorder
Two forms of language
Entails receiving, understanding, and expressing information,…
refers to difficulty in producing sounds
refers to difficulty in receiving, understanding, and formula…
expressive and receptive
Communication
Entails receiving, understanding, and expressing information,…
Speech disorder
refers to difficulty in producing sounds
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Chapter 7 - Drivers Education
Getting a driver's license illegally m…
A motorist will be subject to the foll…
NJ law allows up to 3 points to be sub…
Fines will be imposed to motorist:
Fine of $200-$500 and or imprisonment for 30-90 days
Installation of interlock device and suspension of all vehicl…
1 year from the date of your last violation
failing to remove snow or ice from a vehicle... leaving the vehi…
Getting a driver's license illegally m…
Fine of $200-$500 and or imprisonment for 30-90 days
A motorist will be subject to the foll…
Installation of interlock device and suspension of all vehicl…
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Education Chapter 7
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
Block Grants
Categorical Grants
Commercialization
Legislation providing new federal aid to education designed t…
Federal monies provided to states and school districts with f…
Federal funds targeted for specific groups and designated pur…
Corporations using schools as avenues or arenas for advertisi…
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
Legislation providing new federal aid to education designed t…
Block Grants
Federal monies provided to states and school districts with f…
Drug Education Chapter 7
alcohol dehydrogenase
alcoholic cardiomyopathy
alcoholic hepatitis
anesthetic
principal enzyme that metabolizes ethanol
congestive heart failure due to the replacement of heart musc…
the second stage of alcohol-induced liver disease in which ch…
a drug that blocks sensitivity to pain
alcohol dehydrogenase
principal enzyme that metabolizes ethanol
alcoholic cardiomyopathy
congestive heart failure due to the replacement of heart musc…
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Chapter 7 Special Terms
Alveoli
Bifurcation
Bronchus
Bronchioles
air sacs in the lungs
splitting into two tubes
bifurcation of the trachea
smallest branches of the bronchi
Alveoli
air sacs in the lungs
Bifurcation
splitting into two tubes
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Chapter 7: Special Senses
aqueous humor
auditory canal
auricle
choroid coat
clear watery fluid that fills the space between the cornea an…
canal in the ear
visible part of the outer ear
middle layer with many blood vessels to nourish the eye
aqueous humor
clear watery fluid that fills the space between the cornea an…
auditory canal
canal in the ear
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Chapter 9, Special Education
Public Law 94-142
IDEA
IDEA gaurantees five rights
IEP Individualized education program i…
passed in 1975 required states to provide a free and appropri…
In 1997 the individuals with disabilities education act state…
1. FAPE... 2. Fair and nondiscriminatory evaluation... 3. IEP indiv…
1. Present level information... 2. Strengths and needs... 3. Annual…
Public Law 94-142
passed in 1975 required states to provide a free and appropri…
IDEA
In 1997 the individuals with disabilities education act state…
Chapter 7 - Principles of Education and Training
baby boom
Project Head Start
bilingual education
illiterate
the great increase in births after the end of World War II
A federal government program designed to help preschool child…
education in two languages
unable to read or write
baby boom
the great increase in births after the end of World War II
Project Head Start
A federal government program designed to help preschool child…
30 terms
Special Education Chapter 1
Up to 1900's
Early 20th Century
1950 - 1990
Pedro Ponce de Leon (up to 1900's)
Cruelty & Neglect: Thought of as cursed, starting to improve,…
Steps forward & back: Alternative to institutions, eugenics &…
Civil Rights & access: new legislation
Taught wealthy children who were deaf how to read in order to…
Up to 1900's
Cruelty & Neglect: Thought of as cursed, starting to improve,…
Early 20th Century
Steps forward & back: Alternative to institutions, eugenics &…
Chapter 1- Intro to Special Education
Disability
handicap
special education
prevalence
is an inability to do something a diminished capacity to perf…
is a disadvantage imposed on a individual
specially designed instruction that meets the unusual needs o…
the percentage of a population or number of individuals havin…
Disability
is an inability to do something a diminished capacity to perf…
handicap
is a disadvantage imposed on a individual
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chapter one Fundamentals of special education
exceptional learners
prevalence
high incidence categories
Low incidence categories
those who require special education to let them reach their f…
percent of a population having a certain disability
LD, communication disorders, emotional disturbance and mild ID
blindness deafness severe ID and autism
exceptional learners
those who require special education to let them reach their f…
prevalence
percent of a population having a certain disability
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Special Education Chapter 1
General Education
Special Education
Related services
Supplementary Aids and Services
Standard curriculum taught by teachers
specially designed instruction, at no cost, to parents, to me…
transportation, such as developmental, corrective, and other…
items that can help a student remain in classroom with typica…
General Education
Standard curriculum taught by teachers
Special Education
specially designed instruction, at no cost, to parents, to me…
Special Education Chapter 1
Disability
deficit perspective
Normal Curve
Typical Learners
Result of conditions... or impairments
reflects the idea that human behavior and... characteristics sha…
The scores from most human characteristics create patterns or…
Students and individuals without disabilities
Disability
Result of conditions... or impairments
deficit perspective
reflects the idea that human behavior and... characteristics sha…
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Education: Chapter 7
Which of the following best describes…
A first-time pregnant patient was comp…
Which of the following is not a recomm…
Which of the following has the highest…
High school dropout, poor health, low socioeconomic status, o…
Did not want to comply
Limit list to no more than 12 items
Prisoners
Which of the following best describes…
High school dropout, poor health, low socioeconomic status, o…
A first-time pregnant patient was comp…
Did not want to comply
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Intro to Special Education. Ch. 7
Each of the following is a part of the…
What percent of students are classifie…
Each of the following is a type of emo…
Excessive and intense fear associated…
An inability in one or more of the basic psychological proces…
About 7%
Repressive disorder
Separation anxiety disorder
Each of the following is a part of the…
An inability in one or more of the basic psychological proces…
What percent of students are classifie…
About 7%
law education chapter 7
crime
incarceration
community policing
substance abuse
an act or failure to act that violates a law and for which a…
imprisonment by state
a strategy whereby the community works actively with the loca…
the harmful overuse of chemicals, such as drugs or alcohol
crime
an act or failure to act that violates a law and for which a…
incarceration
imprisonment by state
Special Education Chapter 1
Main Principles of IDEA
FAPE
Due Process
Individualized Education
FAPE, Due Process, Individualized Education, Child Find, Indi…
individually specially designed instruction, at no cost to th…
In special ed processes, disagreements usually begins with me…
Means that education is at child's level and relevant to the…
Main Principles of IDEA
FAPE, Due Process, Individualized Education, Child Find, Indi…
FAPE
individually specially designed instruction, at no cost to th…
Special Education Chapter 1
Accommodations
Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
Alternative Yearly Assessment
Assistive Technology
modifications or reduced specifications given to students wit…
the standard by which schools are evaluated to ensure that th…
differentiated manner of assessment reserved for those studen…
any item or piece of equipment ,or product system, whether ac…
Accommodations
modifications or reduced specifications given to students wit…
Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
the standard by which schools are evaluated to ensure that th…
Chapter 7: Special Senses
Special Senses
Orbit
Eyelids
Tears
An extension of the nervous system
Bony Cavity(socket) in the Skull
Upper and Lower movable folds of skin that protect the eyes
Secreted by the Lacrimal gland; Lubricates the eyes
Special Senses
An extension of the nervous system
Orbit
Bony Cavity(socket) in the Skull
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Special Education Chapter 1
special education
accommodations
modifications
related services
specially designed instruction, at no cost to parents. to mee…
any changes made to the instruction or materials that do not…
significant changes made to instruction or materials that res…
services benefiting a student in special education
special education
specially designed instruction, at no cost to parents. to mee…
accommodations
any changes made to the instruction or materials that do not…
Special Pops Chapter 7
The major components of the cardiovasc…
Blood components include plasma and fo…
Oxygen is required by every cell for _…
Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is requir…
blood, heart, blood vessels
Red blood cells : transport O2 to body tissues... White blood c…
cellular respiration and the breakdown of carbohydrates, trig…
1. muscle contraction... 2. tissue repair... 3. protein synthesis
The major components of the cardiovasc…
blood, heart, blood vessels
Blood components include plasma and fo…
Red blood cells : transport O2 to body tissues... White blood c…
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Special education: Chapter 6
Adaptive behavior
Educable mentally retarded (EMR)
Trainable mentally retarded (TMR)
Level of support
Ability of an individual to meet the standards of personal in…
Classification of a person with mild intellectual disabilitie…
Classification of a person with moderate intellectual disabil…
A classification scheme for individuals with intellectual dis…
Adaptive behavior
Ability of an individual to meet the standards of personal in…
Educable mentally retarded (EMR)
Classification of a person with mild intellectual disabilitie…
Chapter 7.7 Special Senses
The Eye
Lacrimal Glands
Conjunctiva
Sclera
the organ that controls the sense of sight
gland in the eye that produce tears which moisten and cleanse…
a mucous membrane that lines the eyelids and covers the front…
the outermost layer of the eye that is a tough connective tis…
The Eye
the organ that controls the sense of sight
Lacrimal Glands
gland in the eye that produce tears which moisten and cleanse…
Special Education Chapter 10
Austism Spectrum Disorder (Federal Def).
Austism Spectrum Disorder (APA)
Rote Memory
Theory of Mind
A development disability significantly affecting verbal and n…
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders cla…
Ability to remember things without necessarily knowing what t…
Recent theory of autism spectrum disorder emphasizing that in…
Austism Spectrum Disorder (Federal Def).
A development disability significantly affecting verbal and n…
Austism Spectrum Disorder (APA)
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders cla…
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Chapter 1: Foundations of Special Education
Exceptional Children
Disability
Handicap
Handicapism
Children who deviate from the norm to such an extent that spe…
An inability or incapacity to perform a task or activity in a…
Difficulties imposed by the environment on a person with a di…
The unequal and differential treatment accorded individuals w…
Exceptional Children
Children who deviate from the norm to such an extent that spe…
Disability
An inability or incapacity to perform a task or activity in a…
21 terms
Chapter 7.7 Special Senses
The Eye
Lacrimal Glands
Conjunctiva
Sclera
the organ that controls the sense of sight
gland in the eye that produce tears which moisten and cleanse…
a mucous membrane that lines the eyelids and covers the front…
the outermost layer of the eye that is a tough connective tis…
The Eye
the organ that controls the sense of sight
Lacrimal Glands
gland in the eye that produce tears which moisten and cleanse…
56 terms
Chapter 7 - Educational Psychology
Learning
Behavioral learning theories
Contiguity
Stimulus
Process through which experience causes permanent change in k…
Explanations of learning that focus on external events as the…
Association of two events because of repeated pairing.
Event that activates Behavior.
Learning
Process through which experience causes permanent change in k…
Behavioral learning theories
Explanations of learning that focus on external events as the…
Introduction to Special Education Chapter 8
Conduct disorder
Externalizing behavior
Internalizing behavior
Comorbodity
Aggressive, disruptive, antisocial behavior disorder.
Involves striking out against others.
Involves mental or emotional conflicts, such as depression an…
The co-occurrence of two or more conditions in the same indiv…
Conduct disorder
Aggressive, disruptive, antisocial behavior disorder.
Externalizing behavior
Involves striking out against others.
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Education Chapter 7
"other health impairments" under IDEA…
ADHD
70%
42%
ADHD is classified under
American Psychiatric Association (APA) defines _____ as a pat…
__ of students with ADHD also have a learning disability... •Stu…
Comorbidity of ADHD with Emotional or Behavioral Disorders ,_…
"other health impairments" under IDEA…
ADHD is classified under
ADHD
American Psychiatric Association (APA) defines _____ as a pat…
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Education Chapter 7
accountability
adequate education
block grants
categorical grants
Mandated obligation of teachers and other school personnel to…
a legal approach that ensures educational opportunities for p…
Federal grants given more or less automatically to states or…
Federal grants that can be used only for specific purposes or…
accountability
Mandated obligation of teachers and other school personnel to…
adequate education
a legal approach that ensures educational opportunities for p…
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Education Foundations Chapter 7
Basic trust versus mistrust
Autonomy versus shame and doubt
Basic emotions
Social smile
first year conflict of balance of care
the conflict of toddlerhood that is resolved favorably when p…
happiness, interest, surprise, fear, anger, sadness, and disg…
between 6 and 10 weeks, the parent's communication evokes a b…
Basic trust versus mistrust
first year conflict of balance of care
Autonomy versus shame and doubt
the conflict of toddlerhood that is resolved favorably when p…
33 terms
Chapter 7- Education
importance of education
Indian boarding schools
Meriam Report
African-American education after Recon…
*education= freedom, liberation, successful life... education=yo…
education used as a "civilizing" machine... 1st in 1879: Richard…
1929... criticized the Indian schools... children were alien to com…
*segregated... whites actively resisted educating blacks... refused…
importance of education
*education= freedom, liberation, successful life... education=yo…
Indian boarding schools
education used as a "civilizing" machine... 1st in 1879: Richard…
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