Maria Mariscal Educ module 2

Maria Mariscal Educ module 2 - Mariscal 1 Maria Mariscal...

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Mariscal 1 Maria Mariscal Professor Hallman Educ 2301-46405 [1 2A - Select a specific site (your home, workplace, a restaurant, theater, public building, etc.) and evaluate its accessibility using the survey form provided at the end of this exam. Not all items will be appropriate to the setting you select. Use those that are relevant and ignore all items that are not applicable to your setting. How would you rate this setting in terms of accessibility? What aspects of the site facilitate the independence of an individual with a disability? What aspects of the site need to be changed? (5 pt.) 2B - Spend 4 hours observing in a PreK-grade 4 classroom and 4 hours in a special education classroom. Observe particular items such as routine, teaching techniques, and the environment. Write a paper comparing the two classes and the education in each setting. 2C - Develop a list of books, journals/magazines and web sites for parents/caregivers on the following topics: Special Education Inclusion, referral and assessment Adaptive equipment Legislation Prevention and early intervention You should include several for each topic. Each resource should include the title, author, publisher, date (if a book), topic (see list above) and a short summary of the contents or focus of the publication. (5 pt.)
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Mariscal 2 2D - How would you respond to the following situations? A. You expect your paraeducator to work independently with little supervision, but your paraeducator seeks your guidance frequently and prefers a predictable schedule.
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  • Fall '11
  • linda
  • administrator, Maria Mariscal, Professor Hallman, Observe particular items

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