Dan It Takes a Village - SPED 202: Case Study Analysis It...

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SPED 202: Case Study Analysis It Takes a Village Analyze this case study about a student with and learning disabilities by responding to these 5 topics (all pages are single spaced): 1. Describe and discuss 2 legal matters involved in this case (~ ½ page). The teacher should have had access to Charlie’s file so she could modify her lesson’s to accommodate Charlie’s learning style. Above all there should have been an IEP Team meeting especially since Charlie is in a new school. (Needs references 10 points) 2. Discuss the ethical considerations of the situation (~ ½ page). Margaret Ryder dumped Charlie on to Mrs. Bullard’s class she was very unprofessional and should have shown Mrs. Bullard Charlie’s records prior to accepting him into her class. (No reference to CEC document 0 points) 3. What professional activities should be undertaken by the school system? (~ ½ page) An IEP Team meeting should take place and corrective placement of the child in the school system should be overseen by the school. (Why? Needs references 10 points)
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