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Understanding Disabilities
Disability
Autism
ADHD
Specific Learning Disability
a physical or mental condition that limits a person's movemen…
a disorder that appears in childhood and is marked by deficie…
a psychological disorder marked by the appearance by age 7 of…
Academic performance that is substantially below what would b…
Disability
a physical or mental condition that limits a person's movemen…
Autism
a disorder that appears in childhood and is marked by deficie…
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Understanding Disabilities
Autism
Area of Need
ADHD
Strengths
Autism is a disability that people have. Some people with aut…
An area where you are weak at.
Attentive , Deficit, Hyperactive, Disorder... They might have a…
A skill that you are good at and its unique to you
Autism
Autism is a disability that people have. Some people with aut…
Area of Need
An area where you are weak at.
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Understanding Disability
Strengths
Intellectual Disability
Disability
Autism
Knowing how to do something that suits you.
When its hard for a person to learn and has physical growth p…
When a person is having trouble learning or doing something.
Autism is a disability that people have, some people with aut…
Strengths
Knowing how to do something that suits you.
Intellectual Disability
When its hard for a person to learn and has physical growth p…
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Understanding Disability Quiz 1
3 types of Handicaps
Person First Terminology
3 Reasons why PFT is so important
ADA
Environmental, Attitude & Opportunity
Putting a person before their disability when addressing them…
1. you're generalizing all people with disability. ... 2. More r…
American's with disabilities act.
3 types of Handicaps
Environmental, Attitude & Opportunity
Person First Terminology
Putting a person before their disability when addressing them…
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Understanding Students with Disabilities
Piaget's Stages of Cognitive Developme…
Pi23aget's Stages of Cognitive Develop…
Piaget's Stages of Cognitive Developme…
Piaget's Stages of Cognitive Developme…
perceive sensory information from their surrounding environme…
age 2-7 years, They do not understand perspectives, only see…
ages 7-11. Children develop the ability to think logically an…
12 to adulthood. students start to understand abstract concep…
Piaget's Stages of Cognitive Developme…
perceive sensory information from their surrounding environme…
Pi23aget's Stages of Cognitive Develop…
age 2-7 years, They do not understand perspectives, only see…
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03 Understanding Disabilities
Statistical Approach
Cultural Approach
Adaptive Behavior
Individual Approach
-use normal distribution as a model... -extreme scores (2 SD) =…
-following the rules and share the values of society... -adaptiv…
the ability of a person to satisfy the standards of independe…
-personal perceptions of ability/disability... -how they see the…
Statistical Approach
-use normal distribution as a model... -extreme scores (2 SD) =…
Cultural Approach
-following the rules and share the values of society... -adaptiv…
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understanding learning disabilities
learning disability definition
children with LD experience a great de…
processing problems
techniques to help processing problems
not mental retardation/intellectual impairment, not emotional…
frustration... anxiety... tension
often the pace of the class is too fast... they are often still…
talk to child privately and agree to use a "secret signal" to…
learning disability definition
not mental retardation/intellectual impairment, not emotional…
children with LD experience a great de…
frustration... anxiety... tension
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4 - Understanding Disability
Disability
Impairment
Activity limitation
Participation Restriction
Umbrella term covering - impairments, activity limitations, a…
problem in body structure or function
difficulty encountered by an individual in executing a task o…
a problem experienced by an individual in involvement in life…
Disability
Umbrella term covering - impairments, activity limitations, a…
Impairment
problem in body structure or function
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Understanding Disability Final Exam
What is the difference between impairm…
What is ADA and what is its purpose? P…
List 4 etiquette types when working/co…
What is an Assumption of Disability. W…
-Impairment: the actual diagnosis (Autism Spectrum Disorder)…
ADA stands for Americans with Disabilities Act. Its purpose i…
...
Assumption of Disability is role playing that you have a disa…
What is the difference between impairm…
-Impairment: the actual diagnosis (Autism Spectrum Disorder)…
What is ADA and what is its purpose? P…
ADA stands for Americans with Disabilities Act. Its purpose i…
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Understanding Disability Quiz #2
Intellectual Impairment diagnoses
Intellectual impairment is a
4 levels of Intellectual Impairment
4 adapted life skills
a. IQ below 70-75... b. Deficits or delays in 2 life skill areas…
cognitive impairment?
a. Mild -diagnosed most though?... b. Moderate... c. Severe... d. Prof…
a. Ability to communicate... b. Ability to have interpersonal re…
Intellectual Impairment diagnoses
a. IQ below 70-75... b. Deficits or delays in 2 life skill areas…
Intellectual impairment is a
cognitive impairment?
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4-Understanding Disability
**Prevalence of disability
*Why are the disability numbers growing?
Chronic diseases are estimated to acco…
3 factors that influence patterns of d…
~15%
aging populations & global increase in chronic health conditi…
66.5%
1. trends in health conditions... 2. trends in environmental fac…
**Prevalence of disability
~15%
*Why are the disability numbers growing?
aging populations & global increase in chronic health conditi…
Chapter 5 Understanding Students with Learning Disabilities
Specific learning disability
Specific learning disability may manif…
inclusionary standard
exclusionary standard
a disorder in one or more of the basic psychological processe…
listen, think, speak, read, write, spell, or do mathematical…
note areas affected
it does not include learning problems that are primarily the…
Specific learning disability
a disorder in one or more of the basic psychological processe…
Specific learning disability may manif…
listen, think, speak, read, write, spell, or do mathematical…
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Understanding Disability Labels Midterm Content
Labelling Theory
Once labelled...(apart of labelling th…
What is trephining?
Describe the industrial revolution.
- Behaviours are deviant only when a society labels them as d…
- Always labelled... - Those with negative labels have lower sel…
Skull surgeries performed to release evil spirits
Advances in science, social and political sensibilities, grea…
Labelling Theory
- Behaviours are deviant only when a society labels them as d…
Once labelled...(apart of labelling th…
- Always labelled... - Those with negative labels have lower sel…
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Understanding Disability Labels Final Content
What occurs when the DSM removes and a…
Describe seizure disorder.
What are the causes of seizure disorder?
Describe the two different types of se…
When the DSM removes disorders the individual is "cured" but…
- Developmental disorder if it develops before the age of 18…
- Many causes... - Congenital... - Metabolic disorders... - Tumours an…
- Partial: one part of the brain (tingling, jerking, sweati…
What occurs when the DSM removes and a…
When the DSM removes disorders the individual is "cured" but…
Describe seizure disorder.
- Developmental disorder if it develops before the age of 18…
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West E 070 Understanding Students with Disabilities
Piaget's stages of cognitive development
Sensorimotor Stage
Preoperational Stage
Concrete Operations Stage
-Sensorimotor Stage... -Preoperational Stage... -Concrete Operation…
-1st stage of cog devel (Piaget)... -infants perceive sensory in…
-2nd Stage of cog devel. (Piaget)... -2-7 years old... -children ha…
7-11 years... -develop the ability to think logically and conduc…
Piaget's stages of cognitive development
-Sensorimotor Stage... -Preoperational Stage... -Concrete Operation…
Sensorimotor Stage
-1st stage of cog devel (Piaget)... -infants perceive sensory in…
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Chapter 1: Understand Characteristics of Students with Disabilities
Competency 1
Students who experience delays in ____…
The requirements for support are speci…
All children and adolescents exhibit d…
focuses on the characteristics of typical and atypical human…
one or more
the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
identifiable patterns in the way most children and adolescent…
Competency 1
focuses on the characteristics of typical and atypical human…
Students who experience delays in ____…
one or more
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Understanding Disparities in Academic Disability Prevalence (10/13)
Health disparities
Measurement bias
Increases
Increases
Differences in health experienced by one group (usually a min…
A form of inaccurate measurement in which the data consistent…
Disability prevalence ______________ if those tested belong t…
Disability prevalence ______________ as age increases
Health disparities
Differences in health experienced by one group (usually a min…
Measurement bias
A form of inaccurate measurement in which the data consistent…
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Ch. 3- Understanding the Consumer with a Disability
Restorer-Achiever
Restorer-Achiever
Restorer-Achiever
- find out what kind of jobs they have…
An individual who has been born/ sustained a disability after…
Through work these individuals have gained stability & identi…
This type of person can be easier to assess than some of the…
Restorer-Achiever
Restorer-Achiever
An individual who has been born/ sustained a disability after…
Restorer-Achiever
Through work these individuals have gained stability & identi…
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Domain 1: Understanding Individuals with Disabilities and Evaluating Their Needs
Describe Piaget's Formal Operational s…
Describe Piaget's Concrete Operational…
Describe Piaget's Pre-Operational stag…
What are the guidelines for assessment?
Intelligence is demonstrated through logical use of symbols r…
Intelligence is demonstrated through logical and systematic m…
Intelligence is demonstrated through the use of symbols; lang…
Never focus solely on test or numbers. Aim to assess the comp…
Describe Piaget's Formal Operational s…
Intelligence is demonstrated through logical use of symbols r…
Describe Piaget's Concrete Operational…
Intelligence is demonstrated through logical and systematic m…
Chapter 12: Understanding Students with Physical Disabilities and Other Health Impairments
what are the 5 types of cerebral palsy?
which type is characterized by tightne…
what is spina bifida
what is the IDEA definition of other h…
spastic, dyskinetic, athetoid, taxis, mixed
spastic
malformation of the spinal cord
having limited strength, vitality or alertness, including a h…
what are the 5 types of cerebral palsy?
spastic, dyskinetic, athetoid, taxis, mixed
which type is characterized by tightne…
spastic
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EDS Chapter 3: Understanding the Educational Strengths and Challenges of Students with Disabilities
high-incidence disabilities
What percent of students with disabili…
What percent of all students have a le…
What is a specific learning disability?
learning disabilities, mild emotional/behavioral disorders, m…
90-95%
5%
a disorder in understanding or using spoken or written langua…
high-incidence disabilities
learning disabilities, mild emotional/behavioral disorders, m…
What percent of students with disabili…
90-95%
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Understanding Math Disabilities (DBDM BP Ch 14 and Fletcher et al., Ch 6) and Mathematics Development
Precursors of Math Learning in Young C…
Describe Piaget Stage 1:
In what stage does development of obje…
When does the Piaget Sensory Motor Sta…
Spatial relationships, sense of body image, visual-motor and…
Sensory motor (birth-2) motoric intelligence; world of the he…
Sensory motor (birth-2) or Piaget Stage 1
birth-2
Precursors of Math Learning in Young C…
Spatial relationships, sense of body image, visual-motor and…
Describe Piaget Stage 1:
Sensory motor (birth-2) motoric intelligence; world of the he…
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Obj. 2: Understand child development and learning in students with disabling conditions or exceptionalities
Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
504 Plan
Individualized Family Service Plans (I…
cerebral palsy
This is a written document required for each child who is eli…
This is a plan developed to ensure that a child who has a dis…
This is a plan for special services for young children with d…
a condition marked by impaired muscle coordination (spastic p…
Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
This is a written document required for each child who is eli…
504 Plan
This is a plan developed to ensure that a child who has a dis…
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Chapter 5: Planning the Learning Environment Understand Strategies and Procedures for Planning, Managing, and Modifying the Learning Environment for Students with Disabilities
Competency 5
Many factors contribute to creating pr…
A teacher's attitude toward students a…
Teachers who consistently treat all st…
requires an understanding of and ability to apply strategies…
physical environmental factors such as room layout, to emotio…
strongly influence students with disabilities.
respectfully, maintain high expectations for all students, em…
Competency 5
requires an understanding of and ability to apply strategies…
Many factors contribute to creating pr…
physical environmental factors such as room layout, to emotio…
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Chapter 7: Behavioral Interventions: Understand Strategies for Develop Students' Communication and Social Skills and for Providing Effective Behavioral Interventions for Students with Disabilities
Competency 7 requires an understanding…
Students with autism spectrum disorder…
Special educators who identify student…
Special educators do not typically pro…
instructional strategies to foster communication, social skil…
accompanying difficulties communicating in verbal or written…
speech and language pathologists, who collect diagnostic info…
specialized therapy or interventions designed to improve arti…
Competency 7 requires an understanding…
instructional strategies to foster communication, social skil…
Students with autism spectrum disorder…
accompanying difficulties communicating in verbal or written…
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Chapter 8 Functional Skills and Transitions: Understand Strategies for Teaching Functional Living Skills and Promoting Successful Transition for Students with Disabilities
Competency 8 requires examinees to be…
Individuals with disabilities can
The goal of functional and living-skil…
The following are some key living skil…
effective instruction practices for promoting functional skil…
acquire many skills that will allow them to function, at leas…
the skills to be as independents as possible, both in their p…
-Food preparation... -Money management... -Knowledge and use of ass…
Competency 8 requires examinees to be…
effective instruction practices for promoting functional skil…
Individuals with disabilities can
acquire many skills that will allow them to function, at leas…
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Disabilities
teaching learning disabilities
teaching ADHD
teaching behavioral/emotional problems
teaching ASD
-small steps... -graphics... -more time
-allow for physical movement ... -break intro small steps... -help…
-behavior contract... -calm down plan... -simple clear rules
-clear easy language... -check for understanding... -role play... -tea…
teaching learning disabilities
-small steps... -graphics... -more time
teaching ADHD
-allow for physical movement ... -break intro small steps... -help…
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Types of Learning Disabilities and Disorders
Auditory Processing Disorder
Dyscalculia
Dysgraphia
Language Processing Disorder
A condition that adversely affects how sound that travels uni…
A specific disability that affects a person's ability to unde…
A specific learning disability that affects a person's handwr…
A specific type of Auditory Processing Disorder in which ther…
Auditory Processing Disorder
A condition that adversely affects how sound that travels uni…
Dyscalculia
A specific disability that affects a person's ability to unde…
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Types of Learning Disabilities and Disorders
Auditory Processing Disorder
Dyscalculia
Dysgraphia
Language Processing Disorder
A condition that adversely affects how sound that travels uni…
A specific disability that affects a person's ability to unde…
A specific learning disability that affects a person's handwr…
A specific type of Auditory Processing Disorder in which ther…
Auditory Processing Disorder
A condition that adversely affects how sound that travels uni…
Dyscalculia
A specific disability that affects a person's ability to unde…
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Developmental Disabilities
Major Characteristics of Autism
Social Skills
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
ABA strategies help individuals with a…
1. Difficulty with social interactions... 2. Difficulty with com…
-Socially acceptable learned behaviors that enable an individ…
A science devoted to the understanding and improvement of hum…
1. To increase or teach new behaviors... 2. To decrease challeng…
Major Characteristics of Autism
1. Difficulty with social interactions... 2. Difficulty with com…
Social Skills
-Socially acceptable learned behaviors that enable an individ…
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Unit 6 Key Terms Disabilities
Autism
Deaf-Blindness
Deafness
Multiple Disabilities
a mental condition, present from early childhood, characteriz…
concomitant hearing and visual impairments, the combination t…
refers to the inability to understand speech through hearing…
means concomitant impairments (such as mental retardation bli…
Autism
a mental condition, present from early childhood, characteriz…
Deaf-Blindness
concomitant hearing and visual impairments, the combination t…
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Learning Disabilities/Emotional Chapter 7&8
Learning Disability
Dyslexia
Dyscalculia
Dysgraphia
is a neurological condition that interferes with an individua…
affects reading and related language-based processing skills.
specific learning disability that affects a person's ability…
affects a persons handwriting ability
Learning Disability
is a neurological condition that interferes with an individua…
Dyslexia
affects reading and related language-based processing skills.
Disabilities
5 Aspects of Disabilities (M2PLI)
6 Basic areas that can cause delays (A…
Attention
Memory
-Mental disorder... -Before age 22... -Permanent condition... -Life lo…
-Attention... -Memory... -Self Regulation... -Language development... -So…
easily distracted
complex ideas are harder to retain than simple ones
5 Aspects of Disabilities (M2PLI)
-Mental disorder... -Before age 22... -Permanent condition... -Life lo…
6 Basic areas that can cause delays (A…
-Attention... -Memory... -Self Regulation... -Language development... -So…
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Students with Disabilities
Sensorimotor stage
Preoperations stage
Concrete operational
Formal operational
birth to two years old... their senses and motor abilities... objec…
ages two to six years ... symbolic thinking-language, to underst…
ages seven to eleven... understands and applies logical operatio…
ages 12 and up... abstract ideas... hypothetical concepts
Sensorimotor stage
birth to two years old... their senses and motor abilities... objec…
Preoperations stage
ages two to six years ... symbolic thinking-language, to underst…
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Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities and Technology
Profound and Multiple Learning Disabil…
Profound and Multiple disabilities
Conditions related to PMLD
What are the needs
Great difficulty with communication... Sensory impairment... Physic…
Rett syndrome... Tuberous Sclerosis... Autism... Down Syndrome
Communication needs... Learning needs... Physical needs... Complex hea…
Profound and Multiple Learning Disabil…
Profound and Multiple disabilities
Great difficulty with communication... Sensory impairment... Physic…
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Understanding God's World 4 Chapter 4
Robin
Cardinal
Mockingbird
Blue Jay
Size: 10" long... favorite food is earthworms
a. has a red rest (cap) on its head... b. the female is brown an…
a. it sings day and night all year round... b. it mimics other b…
a. has a blue crest in its head... b. 12 inches long... c. favorite…
Robin
Size: 10" long... favorite food is earthworms
Cardinal
a. has a red rest (cap) on its head... b. the female is brown an…
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CST: Students with disabilities
3 factors that influence student motiv…
Inclusion benefits _____ students
Inclusion benefits for sped. students
Inclusion benefits for non-sped. stude…
1. sense of belonging 2. expectations of performance 3. pedag…
all
*communication skills... *make new friends... *peer acceptance... *"me…
*acceptance of students with disabilities... *comfort around the…
3 factors that influence student motiv…
1. sense of belonging 2. expectations of performance 3. pedag…
Inclusion benefits _____ students
all
Chapter 6: Learning Disabilities
Learning disabilities (LD)
Unexpected underachievement
Resistant to treatment
Resistant to instruction
a disability of unexpected underachievement typically involvi…
a defining characteristic of learning disabilities; poor scho…
a defining characteristic of learning disabilities; validated…
a defining characteristic of learning disabilities; validated…
Learning disabilities (LD)
a disability of unexpected underachievement typically involvi…
Unexpected underachievement
a defining characteristic of learning disabilities; poor scho…
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Disabilities
Disability:
Ableism
Disruptivness
Origin
People are considered to have a disability when they have a m…
Discrimination against people with disabilities
Not being able to understand somebody
Alcoholism vs a given disability
Disability:
People are considered to have a disability when they have a m…
Ableism
Discrimination against people with disabilities
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Learning Disabilities
learning disability
what causes LD?
Response to intervention ( RTI)
RTI benefits
disorder invovled in understanding or using spoken, written l…
Genetic ... - hereditary ... - genetic syndromes ( turner syndrome,…
-multitiered approach to help struggling learnings... -tier 1: q…
1. id student using "at risk model" ... 2. early id and interven…
learning disability
disorder invovled in understanding or using spoken, written l…
what causes LD?
Genetic ... - hereditary ... - genetic syndromes ( turner syndrome,…
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Disabilities (Lecture 11)
What types of spaces/buildings are cov…
Readily Achievable
What happens if the place is not Readi…
Universal Design
Places of lodging... Establishments serving food/drink... Places of…
must remove architectural barriers when it's "ready achievabl…
Option 1: remove architecture barrier... Option 2: provide alter…
process of embedding choice for ALL people in what is designed
What types of spaces/buildings are cov…
Places of lodging... Establishments serving food/drink... Places of…
Readily Achievable
must remove architectural barriers when it's "ready achievabl…
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Special Education Disabilities
ADHD
How many types of Spina bifida are the…
Other Health Impairments
IDEA Disabilities
A student's behavior may be excessive and long-term as well a…
There are four types of spina bifida. The types are spina bif…
A chronic or acute health problem such as asthma, ADD, ADHD,…
Autism, Deaf-blindness, Auditory impairment, Emotional distur…
ADHD
A student's behavior may be excessive and long-term as well a…
How many types of Spina bifida are the…
There are four types of spina bifida. The types are spina bif…
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LD37 - People with Disabilities
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)…
Guidelines offered by ADA... 1
Impact on law enforcement: Individual…
disability... 1
(42 US Code 2101 et seq.) and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973,…
separated under five categories.... - Employment,... - State and Lo…
- providing qualified and certified sign language translators…
may be physical, cognitive, mental, sensory, emotional, devel…
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)…
(42 US Code 2101 et seq.) and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973,…
Guidelines offered by ADA... 1
separated under five categories.... - Employment,... - State and Lo…
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Disabilities-Quizlet Key Terms
Learning Disabilities
attention
attention deficit disorder
attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder
A disorder in one or more of the basic psychological processe…
the ability to focus on information.
a condition determined by difficulty in focusing on informati…
a condition determined by difficulty in focusing on informati…
Learning Disabilities
A disorder in one or more of the basic psychological processe…
attention
the ability to focus on information.
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Diversity in schools 101 (including LGBT identities, disabilities and religious identities)
Lesbian
Gay
Muslim
A Jew/A Jewish person
A girl who can like girls, but not boys.
A boy who can like boys, but not girls.
Someone who believes in the religion/god of Islam
Someone who believes in the religion/god of Judaism
Lesbian
A girl who can like girls, but not boys.
Gay
A boy who can like boys, but not girls.
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Intellectual Disabilities and communication Disorders Ch 9&10
AAIDD
Severity of the Condition
Intermittent Supports
Limited Supports
Professionals involved in the study and treatment of intellec…
The extent to which a person's intellectual capabilities and…
Supports are provided on an "as-needed basis.
Supports are characterized by consistency; the time required…
AAIDD
Professionals involved in the study and treatment of intellec…
Severity of the Condition
The extent to which a person's intellectual capabilities and…
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Disabilities
The united nations convention on the r…
Acronyms of examples do disabilities
Prevelance
According to the Australian bureau of…
persons with disabilities include those who have long term ph…
PIPS... Physical: e.g. spina bifida, stroke... Intellectual: e.g.…
- growing due to ageing population
four million people with a disability.
The united nations convention on the r…
persons with disabilities include those who have long term ph…
Acronyms of examples do disabilities
PIPS... Physical: e.g. spina bifida, stroke... Intellectual: e.g.…
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Language Learning Disabilities
Phonological Awareness
Phonemic Awareness
Alphabetic Principle
Phonics
The recognition that oral language can be divided into smalle…
The understanding that words are made up of individual sounds…
Understanding that speech is composed of unique units of soun…
A teaching approach that emphasizes the recognition of sound-…
Phonological Awareness
The recognition that oral language can be divided into smalle…
Phonemic Awareness
The understanding that words are made up of individual sounds…
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Disabilities
Auditoria processing disorder
Dyscalcula
Dysgraphia
Language processing disorder
Having trouble with different sounds and words
Difficulty in understanding numbers and learn math facts
Affects person's hand writing ability and fine motor skills
Having trouble understanding the things they hear ... - ... difficu…
Auditoria processing disorder
Having trouble with different sounds and words
Dyscalcula
Difficulty in understanding numbers and learn math facts
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Researching Learning Disabilities
Individuals with Disabilities Educatio…
Dyslexia
Learning Disability
Dyscalculia
A law ensuring services to children with disabilities through…
Learning disability that creates problems with reading, writi…
Refers to a wide variety of learning problems
Learning disability, problems doing math problems, understand…
Individuals with Disabilities Educatio…
A law ensuring services to children with disabilities through…
Dyslexia
Learning disability that creates problems with reading, writi…
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