Module 12, 13 Study Guide

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Module 12, 13 Study Guide Answer the questions within the text box provided. 1. What does low-incidence disability mean? High-incidence disability? (Chpt. 12) Low-incidence disability: a disability that occurs relatively infrequently in the general population; often used in reference to sensory impairments, severe and profound mental retardation, and multiple disabilities. High-incidence disability: This group typically includes students with emotional and/or behavioral disorders (E/BD), learning disabilities (LD), and mild intellectual disability (MID). However, students with other disabilities, including high-functioning autism, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, and speech and language impairment are now being identified at higher rates and occupy an aggregate “other” category within high-incidence disabilities . 2. What is the first thing you should do when a deaf-blind student is nearby? (Chpt. 12) Gently touch them to let them know that you are there.
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  • Spring '14
  • DeborahA.Banker
  • Educational Psychology, Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, Mental retardation, gifted students, Chpt.

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