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AED 222. aed222_appendix_b.week4.day5

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Axia College Material Final Project Matrix Using information from the correlating chapters in Special Education for Today’s Teachers: An Introduction , complete the appropriate sections of the matrix as you proceed through the course. Exceptionality Definition Classification criteria and characteristics Prevalence Associated educational practices Additional information Learning Disability (Week Two CheckPoint) A disorder in one or more of basic psychological process involved in understanding or in the using language, spoken, or written , which disorder may manifest itself in the imperfect ability to listen, think, spell , read, write, spell, or do mathematical calculations ( National Center for Learning Disabilities, 2009) Classification criteria: Severe discrepancy : how well the student is achieving in an academic area and how well the student is expected to achieve , E xclusion clause : a student with a learning disability does not have another disability , R esponse-to-interve ntion : a student provide with appropriate learning experience but has a learning disability due to poor teaching , and A student needs special education services and the academic issue cannot be overcome in the general classroom ; Characteristics: Heterogeneity : common characteristic shared by all students is an uneven development of academic skil l s, Academic difficulties: The prevalence is the percentage rate of the population that is diagnosed with a learning disability. It is said that in a classroom of 25, one of those students will have a lea r ning disability ( Rosenberg, Westling, & McLeskey, 2007). Service delivery: students with learning disability benefit from spending more time in the general classroom, Early intervention: children receiving growth and development intervention as early as preschool do better in later grades and in life, Classroom interventions: principles the guide curriculum design and instruction , which are Big ideas, Con spicuous strategies, Mediated scaffolding, Strategic integration , Judicious review , and Primed background knowledge (Rosenberg, Westling, & McLeskey, 2007). Ident ifying child with learning disabilities before failing Transition into adult life Vocational support : discussing the possibility of going into postsecondary education Support in higher education: special accommodations and support available in postsecondary education Improvement needed in identifying students with disabilities Causes for disability Prevailing issues for student, parent, teacher, and school system AED 222
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underachievement in one or more academic areas resulting in the uneven development of academic skills, Cognitive skill deficits: m emory problems, w orking memory, a ttention problems , metacognitive deficits, and Social and motivational problems (Rosenberg, Westling, & McLeskey, 2007).
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  • Spring '11
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  • Rosenberg, Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, Learning disability, classification criteria, Westling, McLeskey

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