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Veronica Miller SPD-510 April 3, 2020, Instructor Susan Myers Part 1: Graphic Organizer Inclusion Class In an inclusion classroom placement, the students will be in a general education class with my classmates. The student will also be taught by their regular teacher and help by a special- education teacher. Inclusion placements keep children in the mainstream of school life with higher achieving students (Mauro-2019,). Resource Room The students who are struggling in class can keep up with grade work in a subject area can be placed in the resource room. The special-education teacher works with the students in a small group setting. The student can receive resource room instruction as well if needed self- contained classroom is also an option for special need students. Self-Contained Class A self-contained classroom is when a student will be removed from a regular Classroom setting. The student will work in a small group setting, with one-on one assist. The self-contained students all work on different grade level. They also have a with textbooks and different curriculum. Self-contained classes offer structure, routine, and hand-on, one-on-one and high expectations for all students.
Out-of-District Placement Some students that are in a self-contained class are required to go to a school outside their district. An out-of-district placement is put in place to service students with special learning needs. These schools are well-equipped for these students. They are removed from a regular school setting. Mainstream Placement A mainstream Placement is basically General Education. There are lots of students receive special education and other services in a general education classroom. One of the services is called inclusion. This service help students with modify the lesson and accommodate them with whatever they need to be success. Part 2 Determining the Least Restrictive Environment The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is the law that give students with a disability the right to a Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) in a Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) as possible. All students with an (IEP) is eligible to a FAPE. Individuals

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