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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 1- An Overview of Special Education Terms used throughout course: Disability Inclusion- Including special students in mainstream learning IDEA- Individual with Disabilities Education Act Zero project Nondiscriminatory 10 Collaboration IEP (Individualized Education Program)- IDEA requires that an IEP be developed and implemented for every student with disabilities between that ages of 3 and 21 Individualized family service plans are developed for infant and toddlers from birth to age 3 The IEP team must include the following members:- Parents- Regular ed. Teacher- Special ed. Teacher- LEA representatives- An individual who can interpret evaluation results- Others at the discretion of the parent and school- The student (age 14 or older must be invited) IFSP (Individualized Family Service Plan)- ITP (Individual Transition Planning)- starts at 14 to plan what they are going to go after High School. 75% of students with disabilities receive at least part of their education in regular classrooms Children with special education represent about 9% of the school age population. LD- Learning Disabilities ID- Intellectual Disabilities Physical//Health: G/T- Gift and Talented Communication is the largest disability: ARC- Association of retared citizen...
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2010 for the course PSYC 305 taught by Professor Freiberg during the Spring '10 term at UMBC.
- Spring '10