Special Education Reform Essay week 3 - Running Head Special Education Reform Essay 1 Special Education Reform Essay Stephanie Evans EDU-535 Foundations

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Running Head: Special Education Reform Essay 1 Special Education Reform Essay Stephanie Evans EDU-535 Foundations in Special Education Professor Kimber Underdown Grand Canyon University March 26, 2016
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Special Education 2 Special Education Reform Essay Students with a disability require different methods of education. When you are a disabled student, there are many factors that you have to consider when placing them in a classroom. Depending on the disability of the student you should take into account the preferred methods of education. The teachers and parents will communicate and decide the best education for the student. There are many interventions in programs that are used for early childhood education for special needs students. The students that use transitional programs are usually for middle school and high school special needs student. In most cases most special education students have different needs. Teachers should always come up with creative ways of teaching each student. There are many different types of developmental disabilities found in each student’s or found in young children. A parent or teacher for the referral for special education services. The reference starts a process. This usually starts in kindergarten students. This is the best way to conduct early intervention to help students with disabilities. Student’s development delays include physical delays to emotional delays. If a student has delays, they are eligible for special education services. When finding out students developmental delay teachers and parents can establish an individualized educational plan for the student. Teachers and parent plans “individualized educational” plan for the student’s educational future. This provides each student’s that modifications each student needs. For example, a blind student might need special
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