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Typical and Atypical Development: Developmental Milestones In-service MOHAMMED HAYIF GRAND CANYON UNIVERSITY JANUARY 9, 2019
What are Developmental Milestones What they are… Developmental milestones are behavioral and motor skills seen in infants and children as they grow up. They are served as checkpoints to determine the ability of children in each age stage. Why they are important… Developmental milestones are important because they predict the cognitive, linguistic, mental, motor and intellectual development of children ( Flensborg- Madsen and Mortensen, n.d)
Intellectual Disability (ID) Typical Development Pre-k to 3 grade students with typical intellectual typical development should demonstrate awareness of present and past ,ask why questions and understand how to match groups, Atypical Development Atypical developmental milestones of pre-k to 3 rd graders are different and indicate slow intellectual functioning and low adaptive skills (Hallahan, , Kauffman and Pullen, 2015). Intellectual disability (ID)may be arisen from brain disorders, environmental circumstacs o ariental causes.
Strategies for Students with ID Academic strategy. One of the academic strategies to deal with students with IDs is to teach one concept at a time and follow a step by step memorization process (IDEAL, n.d). Environmental strategies Environmental strategies can be represented by accommodating the classroom to fit the needs of students with IDs such as providing visual aids, charts and pictures.
Specific Learning Disability (SLD) The Typical Development. The typical development of pre-k to grade 3 students shows the ability to solve simple problems and puzzles . Students at this level may name objects, complete rhythms and copy circles or other shapes Development of a Student with SLD.

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