9-5-13 - Movies Notes and Discussion

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9/5/2013 – Notes for Movie Richard Martinez. “The Child learns, he or she is not expendable” IEP is a promise to the family – that certain promises will be given to the children. Integration of classroom vs. Integration of the school Two kingdom’s of education – special education and elementary education It was a matter of understanding. - What were some of the stated benefits of inclusive education? - Social Aspects - Making friends - Not mimicking ausitic abilities - Good for the people around - They are actually challenged - They are not overlooked - Confidence - Scaffolding
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- Peer acceptance - Value to the children – Socializing factor - They are personally valuable - Academic Benefit for the children
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Unformatted text preview: - The classroom is a an example of the real society – and how it shows if the children are accepted in the classroom, then they accepted in society.-- What were some of the parent support shown?- Other parents were helping one another- The networking of parents- The Office- The inclusion office- Bringing in Special Education Spets- Parents are brought in as teachers and as aids- The different spets – technician, translators, nurses, etc.- The superintendent of the school and his vision for all children (regardless of disabilities or not)- Bringing in representatives to IEP meetings- Translation of the IEP- Parent Advocates – setting up parent help centers...
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