ESE 315 Final Paper Preschool Plan.pptx

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Preschool Plan ESE 315 Survey of Exceptional Students Instructor: Alan Reitman Perdina Davis September 18, 2017
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Mission Statement Developmental Appropriate Practice (DAP) is an approach to teaching young children. DAP involves educators meeting children where they are developmentally (as individuals and as part of a group). Nana’s Nursery Childcare Facility mission is to provide a safe, and health learning environment for all our children, regardless of their physical condition, sex, race, or religion. All children are treated fairly, respectfully, and without bias. We strongly believe that parents play a critical role in their children development; therefore they are encouraged to be active in their education. "National Association for the Education of Young Children | NAEYC YC | Young Children Journal" . Naeyc.org. Retrieved 2013-03-22.
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Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA): States receiving federal funds for education is required to provides children with disabilities an education that is free and designed to meet the need of the child. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act: The purpose of Section 504 is to remove discrimination. It provides students with a disability the accommodations, modifications and other related services needed for the student to be academic successful. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability by any public entities, public schools for example. ADA sets standards for what constitutes discrimination on the basis of mental or physical disability. ADA also provides a definition of disability, as well qualify individuals with a disability. Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA): Give parents the right to access their children file that are kept by the school system. No Child Left Behind Act: This law provides federal funds to low performing school. Children are expected to improve their academic performance. Children can opt out of their children attending a school that receive Tier 1 grants. T echnology-Related Assistance for Individuals with Disabilities Act of 1998: promotes awareness of assistance technology (AT). It also provide AT for people with disabilities. National Center for Fair & Open Testing Fair Test
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Description of the Classroom Environment The classroom environment is designed to foster exploration and Independence. The centers are set up ,with clear containers. All containers are labeled with pictures of the items that belong in the containers. The contains are accessible to all children. Teachers listen and observe students as they interact with one another. The information gathered is used to incorporate the children’s interest into their daily activities. All furniture is age appropriate and arranged to accommodates all children in the class. The students are encourage to be respectful when interacting with their peers. Multicultural material and toys are provided for the students in the class. Books and material which depict children with different exceptionalities are accessible to the students.
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