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The legal foundation for special education
Originally passed in 1975 (EAHCA)
Education for all handicapped children act
FAPE to children age 5-21
Free and appropriate education
Comprehensive, nondiscriminatory evaluat
1. Teaching Every Student: A Mandate for Today
is about. . .
Defining Special Education
The experiences designed primarily for students having exceptionalities
and one or more aspects of the cogniti
Special Education Legislation
This class is about understanding the historical development and legal aspects of special
reviewing legislative history related to special education
defining key provisions of IDEA
Overview of Special Education and Inclusion
- Chapter 1
This class is about defining progress in the general education curriculum by
Defining special education in schools today
Identifying who is served by special education
Behavior- form of communication. Serves a purpose. Function of behavior is the motivation behind it. Form of behavior is what it looks like or sounds like, how intense it is
FBA (Functional Behavior Assessment) - Identify the purpose of student's challeng
10-19 Teaching Individuals with Mild Disabilities Chapter 7
STEPS IN SUCCESSFUL INSTRUCTION
Understand Academic Content
o If you dont know where youre going, youll probably end up somewhere else.
o If you know the content well enough, then you can help st
1. Overview of Hearing Loss
i. If you make it loud enough, you can hear it
ii. You can hear fine with hearing aids
iii. If the person can hear me, he/she can understand everything I said
iv. Deaf people hear nothing at all
v. All dea
Interventions to Manage Behavior
Lab: Reducing Challenging Behavior
1. View video each video listed below.
2. For each video, list the antecedent, clearly define the behavior,
and identify the consequence.
3. For each video, identify the fun
INST FINAL REVIEW
SCC RM 4.102B
IEP/ARD meetings (who, when, where, what, why)
IDEA provisions (FAPE, LRE, Due process, nondiscriminatory assessment, parental participation)
IDEA vs 504 vs ADA (p47)
FERPA rules (who can view educati
Impaired social relationships
Communication and Language deficits many children with autism do not speak; echolalia is
common among those who do talk
Recent estimates 1 in 68 children
The cause of autism is unknown
There is a clea
Moderate, severe, and profound disabilities
- Chapter 12
This class is about supporting students with moderate to severe intellectual disabilities in
inclusive settings by
identifying the characteristics of students with moderate to sev
What is an FBA Functional Behavioral Assessment
Determining what purpose the behavior serves and what is reinforcing it.
What an FBA?
Appropriate replacement behaviors that serve the same function
Reinforcers that meet the need/function
Sometimes the law
The election and how it relates to the rise I hate crimes
Trumps cabinet picks
o Steve Bannon and the Alt right movement
Identity Politics and how it ties into the election
o Identity politics ties into the election because most people vote with their co
INST 210 Test Review.
Is evidence based practice part of the RTI? Yes
Largest percentage of the test. RTI and learning strategies
Dont need to know court cases, but know differences between IDEA, section 504, ADA.
Differences between 504 and ADA. The phys
INST 210. 10-17
Smaller Steps - Using a mnemonic to chunk the task. Chunking standards into smaller steps
Precise Language - Repeating academic vocabulary and encouraging students to use the correct
Repeat Language Goes hand in hand with preci
Response to Intervention Lab Activity
Please read the following scenarios; then, state at which tier you believe an
intervention would be needed and provide a 3-5 sentence rationale for why you
chose that tier.
Jonah is 2nd grader at Willowbrook
Title and Authors:
A Technical Analysis of Copper Metal Transitioned Through Five Chemical Reactions
By Kent Rogers*
Lab Partner: Daniel Castro
Copper metal, being reasonably pliable, has been of particular significance to civilization
Professional Development 2
Due November 6, 2016
Texas Behavior Support Initiative
Watch the modules and answer the questions below.
Identify 3 things you learned.
1. From the professional development, I learn
Study Guide for Libby Kite Interview
What is the name of the program in which Ms. Kite teaches?
Are visual schedules the same for each child?
Varies by student, transition marker
The student receiving one on one instruction was working for w
Professional Development 1
Due October 3rd
NAME: Kent Rogers
What Do You See? Perceptions of Disability Online Professional Development
Watch module and answer questions below.
1. Some of these children have disabilities. Do y
7 Principles of ME
1. ME must help all students increase their academic achievement levels in all areas including
basic skills, through the use of teaching approaches and materials that are sensitive and
relevant to the students' sociocultural backgrounds
Affirmative action-an action or policy favoring those who tend to suffer from discrimination,
especially in relation to employment or education; positive discrimination
Anti-bias-an activist approach to educational curricula which attempts to cha
8 myths about diversity:
1-Multicultural 'education reinf6rces barriers between various cultural group's.
2-Cultures are static, unchanging and have core characteristics that can be identified and
3-A discussion of educational inequities
Diversity Consciousness Chapter One
Diversity- refers to all of the ways in which people are different
Culture-our way of life, everything that is learned, shared, and transmitted from one generation
to the next
Cultural Landscape-the different lifestyles
Bucher Chapter 7 Quiz
Team-a # of people involved in a cooperative effort
Leadership- leaders succeed through the efforts of others. leaders help members sacrifice
individual goals and agendas for the common good.
Conflict Management- the process by which
Bucher Textbook Chapter 4
Cultural Encapsulation-lack of contact with cultures outside of our own, promotes insensitive to
Media Literacy-a skill set that allows us to access, evaluate, and create different forms of media
Diversity Conciousness Chapter 3
Personal Barriers-those individual factors that get in the way of our success (lack of selfawareness, lack of self-discipline, cultural ignorance, and underdeveloped diversity
Stereotype Vulnerability- the d
4 Approaches to ME
Contributions Approach - heros/holidays
Ethnic Additive Approach - content/concepts/themes without changing structure/purpose
Transformation - changes basic assumptions, enables students to view new concepts, issues,
themes and problems
Learning Behavioral Learning Theories
Learning is a process, through which experiences a cause changes in
knowledge and behavior.
Qualifications of learning a change must be brought about by experience