EDTHP 115 final review

EDTHP 115 final review - EDTHP 115 Student-Generated Review...

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EDTHP 115 Student-Generated Review Sheet for Exam #3 Terms, Concepts, People and Questions Chapter 2 Accelerated programs- programs that allow high school students to skip grades or obtain college credits early. Adaptive technology- (assistive technology) technolog y based devices to help kids with special needs. Include wheelchairs, computer programs for blind, etc Advanced placement- high school program that provides testing to allow students to graduate early and gain college credits Affective domain- one of the 3 learning domains that includes attitudes, values and emotions. Contains the locus of control Appropriate education- one of 5 principles of special ed. Says that students have the right to an education that has been designed to meet their needs Assessment- assessment traditionally has been done by using grades but since Gardner it has been changing. Sometimes assessments are now just descriptions of progress and comendability Cognitive domain- how individuals perceive, organize and retain information Emotional intelligence quotient- theory developed by David Goleman that EQ is a better predictor for success than IQ Enrichment- activities in the classroom like competitions, investigations or projects that make a classroom an educational resource. Exceptional Learners- students that perform either highly above or below average Generalizations- offer information and clues about groups that can help you plan more effectively. Not as severe as a stereotype and can be positive Giftedness and characteristics of gifted learners- students that are able to master learning with ease. Characteristics (5): -Artistic talents -Creative talents -Intellectual abilities -Academic abilities -Leadership skills GLBT students- have to teach students that it is not ok to discriminate against GLBT students Heteronormativity- viewing the world as heterosexual IDEA- Individuals with Disabilities Act (1991) states that extended full education services to people with disabilities
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Public Law 94-142- law passed in 1975 that guaranteed the 5 principles of special ed to all 5 Principles: -Zero Reject -Nondiscriminatory Education -Appropriate Education -Least-Restrictive Environment -Procedural Due Process Inclusion- AKA full inclusion, a commitment to educate each student in a least-restrictive environment to the maximum possible degree Individualized Education Plan- developed in IDEA and says that a written record must be kept for special ed students that tracks and plans performance Learning Disabilities- students that have difficulty listening, speaking, reading, writing, and reasoning; makes up half of special ed students Learning styles- diverse ways of learning, comprehending and knowing Least restrictive environment- one of 5 principles; protects students from being segregated Locus of Control- whether or not students take responsibility for their own performance tells whether it is internal or external Mainstreaming- placing special ed students in a classroom for at least part of the day
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course EDTHP 115 taught by Professor Freie,carriedani during the Fall '07 term at Penn State.

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EDTHP 115 final review - EDTHP 115 Student-Generated Review...

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