Lecture 1 Notes - Lecture 1 Notes Labels and Labeling...

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Lecture 1 Notes Labels and Labeling Labels are good to some extent to identify and distinguish kids from one another to understand their individual needs. Idea of labels helps define disabilities and what the student may need. Labels may make students feel that they define who they are and feel limited in their abilities. Social Construction of Knowledge: changing the term helps to change people’s perspective on the issues. <don’t need to memorize the three approaches to describing human differences> Inclusion and Regular Education Initiative Americas with Disabilities Acts: employers must provide reasonable services and accommodations so that those with disabilities may do the same work as others. ADA covers those that do no qualify for an IEP where their disability does not affects their ability to learn (such as ADHD). Parents were the biggest advocates for inclusion. They wanted their kids to have the same access as others. Advocates are allowed to sit in an IEP meeting along with parents at
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