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JP History of - Week 2 Class Agenda Pam Price Speaker from CTF Practicum information WebCT quizzes APA references e-mail other Discuss History of

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Week 2: Class Agenda Pam Price: Speaker from CTF * Practicum information WebCT quizzes, APA references, e-mail, other……. Discuss History of Sp. Ed. Discuss Chapter 1 Discuss Chapter 2 Discuss Article 1 Resumes’
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History of Special Education
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Overview of Historical Program Models Institutional Model Developmental Model Ecological Model
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Institutional Model Individuals with disabilities : Sick Cannot Learn Are a threat to society’s way of life Outcome : Medical Model for providing “treatment” Large institutions built & used to house people with disabilities Banished from society
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Developmental Model Underlying assumption: Individuals with disabilities can acquire skills in numerous areas- they just need more “training” and practice to develop their skills. Principle of Normalization (Wolfensberger, 1972)- individuals with disabilities have the right to a normalized life. “Continuum of Services” model and curricula
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2011 for the course SPE 3700 taught by Professor Janpearcy during the Spring '11 term at E. Illinois.

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