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EDC 402 final review

EDC 402 final review - 1Education 402 Final Exam Study...

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1Education 402 Final Exam Study Guide Chapter 7 1. Academic Survival Skills: Attending school regularly, being organized, completing tasks in and out of school, being independent, taking an interest in school, and displaying positive interpersonal skills with peers and adults. Students often struggle with doing these things when they have learning or behavioral problems. 2. Attribution Retraining: Can help those who suffer from learned helplessness. You can convince students that their failures are due to lack of effort rather than ability, which will make them more persistent and improve their performance in the face of difficulty 3. Behavior Contract: Specification of what students are expected to do. Failure to comply will result in a pre-determined punishment or negative reinforcement 4. Emotional Disturbance: Average intelligence but have problems learning primarily because of external (acting out, poor interpersonal skills) and/or internal (anxiety, depression) behavioral adjustment problems. 5. Expressive Language: Speaking in such a way that others understand you. 6. High-incidence Disabilities: Speech or language disabilities, learning disabilities, emotional disturbance, or mild intellectual disabilities. Make up over 80% of all students who have disabilities. They are hard to distinguish from peers without disabilities, they often exhibit a combination of behavioral, social, and academic problems, and they benefit from systematic, highly instructional interventions that will help them meet the same standards as their classmates. 7. Learned Helplessness: Can be caused by poor self-image; they see little relationship between their efforts and school or social success. They attribute success to luck and failure on lack of ability 8. Learning Disabilities: Students who achieve less than typical students academically because they have trouble with processing, organizing, and applying academic information. 9. Mild Intellectual Disabilities: Students who have some difficulty meeting the academic an social demands of general education classrooms, in large part because of below-average intellectual functioning (55-70 IQ); they can meet at least some of the academic and social demands of general academic classrooms. 10. Receptive Language: Understanding what people mean when they speak to you. 11. Self-control Training: Students who know what to do in social settings but lack the self- control to behave appropriately; teaches students to redirect their actions by talking to themselves
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12. Social Skills Training: For students who do not know how to interact with peers and adults 13. Speech Articulation: Speech problem that results in the inability to pronounce sounds correctly at and after they developmentally appropriate age 14. Stuttering: A speech disorder that could cause social problems Chapter 8 1. ADHD: Diagnosed when an individual has chronic and serious inattentiveness, hyperactivity, and/or impulsivity that is more severe and occurs more frequently than in peers. There are 3
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