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RESOURCE MANUAL Resource Manual for Educating Students With Exceptionalities Granger Williams Ashford University ESE 601: Educating Students with Exceptionalities Dr. John Mendes March 1, 2021
RESOURCE MANUAL 2 Resource Manual for Educating Students with Exceptionalities
RESOURCE MANUAL 3 Table of Contents Resource Manual for Students with Exceptionalities .............................................................. 4 Key Terms in Educating Students with Exceptionalities ................................................................... 4 Timeline of Important Legislation and Case Law ............................................................................. 5 Categories and Characteristics of Students with Exceptionalities under IDEA ................................ 6 Evidence-based Practices Supporting Academic, Social/emotional and Behavioral Needs ............ 7 Academic Support Strategies and Resources .............................................................................. 7 Social/Emotional Support Strategies and Resources ................................................................... 7 Classroom Management and Behavioral Support Strategies and Resources .............................. 7 Evidence-based Goal Development, Progress Monitoring, and Informal Assessment ................... 8 Educational Support Team for Students with Exceptionalities ........................................................ 9 Modifications and Accommodations ........................................................................................... 9 Support Services .......................................................................................................................... 9 Support Team ............................................................................................................................... 9 Professional and Ethical Considerations ........................................................................................ 10 How Does This Apply to My Target Student Population and Career Goals? ................................. 11 References ............................................................................................................................. 12 When viewing this document, open the Navigation Pane l in the word processing program to access clickable shortcuts for each section above.
RESOURCE MANUAL 4 Resource Manual for Students with Exceptionalities The accompanying resources and laws helped layout special education for students and their families. Numerous laws have been set up to ensure the privileges of the special education student and their families are not dismissed or oppressed. Alongside the laws, there are a wide range of rules to help families and educators work the with students that have exceptional needs including yet not restricted to procedures for changes or modifications, evaluations, showing students with mild to moderate disabilities, and utilizing proactive methods to guarantee the best quality schooling for the student. Key Terms in Educating Students with Exceptionalities 1. Individualized Education Plan (IEP) “is a written document for each public-school child with special needs which contains critical elements such as present levels of performance, annual goals, accommodations, services, etc.” (Ashford, 2020).
RESOURCE MANUAL 5 2. Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) “is a law that makes available a free appropriate public education to eligible children with disabilities throughout the nation and ensures special education and related services to those children. The IDEA governs how states and public agencies provide early intervention, special education, and related services to more than 7.5 million eligible infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities” (IDEA, 2021). There are six principles that have derived from IDEA. They are due process, equal protection, zero reject, free and appropriate public education, least restrictive environment, and nondiscriminatory assessment.

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