ECI review 1 - 1. What are some philosophical differences...

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Unformatted text preview: 1. What are some philosophical differences between ECSE and ECE? a. ECSE- early childhood special education i. Free or on sliding scales. ii. Measures and tracks development. iii. Values family participation. iv. Transition is emphasized. v. Focus is on 0-8. b. ECE i. Programs are usually not free. ii. Little year-to-year monitoring. iii. Family participation is limited. iv. Transition is not emphasized. v. Focus is on 3-5. 2. Why was the Skeels-Skodak-Dye (1939) study so important? What did this study teach is about children with disabilities? a. Two children labeled hopelessly retarded b. In an adult center they were given a level of care similar to a home environment c. Important because it showed that we can improve outcomes by caring for and educating children with disabilities. 3. Why was PL-142 so important? a. Signified a nationwide commitment to full equality for all school-aged children with disabilities b. Required states to provide services to ALL children with disabilities ages 6-21 i. Zero reject c. Set the stage for services under 6 4. When was ECSE and ECI mandated by congress? a. 1986 b. PL 99-457 c. Gave states 5 years to begin ECi and ECSE programs 5. What is People-First language? Give an example a. Recognizes each persons value, individuality, dignity, and capabilities. i. Child with disability---NOT---disabled child 6. What are some big ideas of the ECI efficacy research? a. I t is beneficial for children with or at risk of disabilities b. Promotes substantial gains in all area c. Inhibits or prevents secondary problems d. Reduces family stress e. Benefits society 7. Who does ECI serve? a. Families of children 0-3 who i. Have a developmental delay ii. Medically diagnosed physical or mental condition iii. Exhibit atypical development 8. What is developmental delay? a. A child who is behind same-age peers in: i. Cognitive development ii. Physical development iii. Language or speech iv. Social or emotional skills v. Self-help or adapting skills (eating) 9. What are medically diagnosed conditions? a. Down syndrome and other chromosomal abnormalities b. inborn errors of metabolism c. failure to thrive d. seizure disorders e. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome 10. What is atypical development? a. Patterns of development that are qualitatively different from same-age peers i. Atypical sensory-motor development (muscle tone) ii. Atypical language or cognition iii. Auditory impairment or visual impairment 11. ECI agencies are required to use which type of team? a. Interdisciplinary i. Team includes 1. Parent 2. At least two professionals from different disciplines 12. What type of team are many ECI agencies using instead? a. Transdisciplinary 13. What is the difference between these two types of teams?...
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