Reduction in the over identification of minority students Provision of more

Reduction in the over identification of minority

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Reduction in the over-identification of minority studentsProvision of more instructionally useful data than those provided by traditional methods of assessment and identificationIncreased likelihood that students are exposed to high-quality instruction in the general education classroom by stipulating that schools use evidence-based instructional practices and routinely monitor the progress of all studentsService to all students with achievement problems, so that only those students who fail to respond to multiple levels of intervention efforts receive the label learning disabledEducational ApproachesContent enhancements are used to enhance the organization and delivery ofcurriculum content Graphic Organizers and Visual DisplaysNote-Taking StrategiesGuided NotesMnemonicsA learning strategy is an individual’s approach to learning tasksStudents use task-specific strategies to guide themselves successfully through a learning task or problemEducational Placement Alternatives
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General education classroom During the 2008–2009 school year, 62% of students with LD were educated in general education classrooms.Research on the academic achievement of students with LD in inclusiveclassrooms is mixed.Consultant teacherProvides support to general educators who work directly with students with learning disabilitiesWorks with several teachers and thus indirectly serve many childrenMost consultant teachers have little direct contact with studentsResource roomA resource room is a specially staffed and equipped classroom where students with LD come for one or several periods during the school dayto receive individualized instructionThe resource room teacher works closely with general educators to suggest and plan each student’s programDuring the 2008-2009 school year, 28% of students with learning disabilities were served in resource roomsSeparate classroomA special education teacher is responsible for all education programming for 8–12 students with learning disabilitiesDuring the 2008-2009 school year, 8% of students with learning disabilities were served in separate classrooms
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