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Unformatted text preview: SPE 2000 TO DO BEFORE CLASS • Choose Seat/ get an index card • Choose a group of 6-8 for later • Get one baggie (per group) from Mr. Cooper Choose your seat… Last Name, First Name Seat Email address Row letter Phone (campus/cell) Seat Number SPE 2000 • Packet at Copy X (Includes Course Schedule) • WebCT Issues • Paper Questions Perspectives on Special Education Effective teachers of students with and without disabilities view themselves, their students, and the students’ families within a “contextual framework”. This context has an effect on teacher practice and student learning. Categorization • What is it? • Activity – Groups of 6-8 people – At least 2 categories and 2 pictures per category – Secretary record categories and pictures in each Now Re-categorize Who fostered the roots of categorization? Plato – Primarily focused on individuals who – Deductive thinking - “ ” Aristotle – Focused on individuals who were gifted Historical Perspective.....
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2011 for the course SPE 2000 taught by Professor Rexcooper during the Fall '09 term at E. Illinois.

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