Lesson 1 Exam Question 1 5 / 5 points Parent involvement in the education of young children is: Question options: less important when children attend a preschool. rapidly being recognized as essential if children are to achieve their potential. not as important as had been thought, according to recent research. not practical, as most parents work. Question 2 5 / 5 points A statement such as, "It must be very frustrating and tiring to take your child to so many medical appointments," shows: Question options: bargaining. crisis intervention. empathy. All of the above Question 3 5 / 5 points A good way to help parents of children with developmental disabilities is to: Question options: provide a concrete, written list of things to do. help parents interpret the child's behavior. shift child care to someone in the home who is more capable. explain what you want them to do at great length so they will understand. Question 4 5 / 5 points Today, children with any disabling condition should: Question options: always be placed in regular classrooms with special help.
be educated in the least restrictive appropriate environment. be taught from the earliest possible time by teachers who are trained in special education. be evaluated and identified according to disabling conditions.
- Spring '16