Children and youth who are identified at the preschool, elementary, or secondary
level as possessing demonstrated or potential high performance capabilities in
areas such as intellectual, creative, specific academic, or leadership ability or in
No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB)
NCLB remains law unless changed by Congress or reinterpreted by the U.S. Department of
Education. In fact, the U.S. Department of Education has granted changes to NCLB, aka waivers,
to 42 states, DC, and Puerto Rico. Three
What are the provisions of No Child Left Behind based upon?
Accountability for student learning and the use of scientifically based programs of instruction
Requiring that all students with disabilities participate in state-wide assessments
and that all st
Descriptive functional behavior assessment involves
Direct observation of the problem behavior under naturally occurring conditions
Functional analysis involves
The experimental manipulation of several antecedent or consequential events surrounding a
Bias and faulty judgment about parents from culturally and linguistically diverse
families can result from
Teachers failing to recognize and respect differences between their own cultural perspectives and
the values and beliefs of families.
In order to move away from the remediation-only approach to instructing
students with learning disabilities, teachers should move toward -when
teaching students with learning disabilities?
Effective instructional design that allows access to and success i
In the past, students with mild intellectual disabilities were presented with.
A slowed and/or watered-down version of the general education curriculum that focused largely
on traditional academic subjects
Basic literacy skills of reading, writing, and ma
what refers to educating students with disabilities in general education
The belief that the general education classroom does not offer the intense,
individualized education for a child with disabilities is the reason why inclusion i
Approximately 88% of students with visual impairments are educated in which
of the following settings?
Vision specialists provide support for which of the following?
Students with visual impairments in the general education classroom
What two placement options are available in most areas of the United States for
students who are deaf or hard of hearing?
Public school programs and residential school placement
Are most hearing-impaired students who are included in the general education
Functionality, age-appropriateness, making choices, and communication skills
are elements of which of the following?
Curriculum for students with severe disabilities
Allowing students with severe disabilities to make choices is important for which