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Chapter 2 study guide - Chapter 2 Planning and Providing...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 2 Planning and Providing Special Education Services 1. What are the steps in the process of qualifying for and serving a student in Special Education? Briefly explain each. 2. Teaming with other education professionals has several important functions. Describe three benefits: Collaboration Coordination Consultation 3. Describe/discriminate the different types of collaborative teaming: Multidisciplinary team Interdisciplinary team Transdisciplinary teams 4. There are several different models for co-teaching; what are they? 5. What students are served through an Individualized Education Program (IEP)? 6. What students are served through an Individualized Family Service Plan? 7. Who makes up the membership of the IEP team? 8. What are the primary IEP components? 9. Know that: IEP formats vary widely across school districts The IEP is a measure of accountability for teachers and schools The IEP is not the same as curriculum; IEP objectives are not comprehensive enough to cover the entire scope and sequence of what a student is to learn 10. What is meant by the Least Restrictive Environment? 11. How is a students placement determined? 12. What are the arguments for full inclusion? Pros: 13. What are the arguments against full inclusion? Cons: Ch 2Planning & providing Special Ed Services A. Process of spec Ed o Prereferral Intervention Provide immediate instruction &/ behavioral assistance Responsiveness to intervention o Evaluation & identification All kids suspected of having a disability must receive a nondiscriminatory multi-factored evaluation (MFE) o Program Planning An individualized education program (IEP) must be developed for kids identified as having a disability o Placement The IEP team must determine the least restrictive educational environment (LRE) [ not the same as full inclusion] that meets the students needs o Progress Monitoring, Review, & Evaluation The IEP must be thoroughly & formally reviewed on an annual basis B. Prereferral o Provide immediate instructional &/ behavioral assistance o Screeninghearing & vision o Interventions occur in general ed environment Ex. Child uncooperative- ignoring you- reason? o Intervention teams Child study teams (CST) or Instructional support Teams (IST) o Evidence & documentation o Response to Intervention (RTI) C. Process of Eval & Identification o All kids suspected of having a disability must receive a nondiscriminatory, multifactor evaluation (MFE) o Evaluation must be completed w/in 60 days of receiving parental consent (must have)...
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course EDU 300 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '09 term at BYU.

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Chapter 2 study guide - Chapter 2 Planning and Providing...

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