Britney's SPE 222 Final Exam

Britney's SPE 222 Final Exam - SPE 222 Final Exam Fall 2008...

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SPE 222 Final Exam Fall 2008 Name: ___Britney Kinnison________________ 1. In your own words, provide a one-sentence definition as well as an example of each of the six principles of IDEA (zero reject, nondiscriminatory evaluation, appropriate education, least restrictive environment, procedural due process, and parental and student participation). (PRAXIS 2 CEC 1) 12 points Zero reject - a requirement for schools to enroll all students even with disabilities. Nondiscriminatory evaluation- a requirement for schools to find out what students disabilities are and then figure out how it effects the student’s education. Appropriate education - plays off the nondiscriminatory evaluation, it’s an IEP for students with disabilities that create an education plan based on their needs as a student. Least restrictive environment - to allow students with disabilities to be able to be in a classroom with students that do not have disabilities and to be engaged with them until they need to be separated to take care of their disability outside of the group classroom. Procedural due process - a way of ‘checks and balances’ for parents and teachers in schools considering their special needs student. Parental and student participation - parents have a right to be involved in with their student’s IDEA plan and when the student turns 18 the parent gets control of the student’s IDEA records.
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