Students with Low-Incidence Disabilities
Represent less than _ percent of all students with disabilities
Have been treated since early in life
Need the same _as others
Include those with moderate to severe int
What Are High-Incidence Disabilities?
Types of High-Incidence Disabilities
LEARNING & BEHAVIORAL
Students with High-Incidence Disabilities
More than _ percent of students
Giftedness and Talent
Defining Giftedness and Talent
Compared to children of their own _AGE_ the child:
Exhibits _HIGH_ performance capability
Demonstrates outstanding intellectual, creative, leadership, and/or artistic achievemen
1. Describe three benefits of the pre-referral process.
It helps teacher create strategies that help improve the learning and discipline of their
students, communication is improved between the families and teachers of the students
that are involved in th
1. Although he spent three hours reading the chapter, London was not able to recall the
a) Why do you think London had difficulty recalling the information?
Comprehension can be difficulty for some of the brightest students. In Londons
The Essence of Disabilities & Key Terms
Hello. In this presentation, I am going to present the history of
special education and an overview of terms.
The prevalence of disabilities has almost always been in existence.
Rarely has there been a time when a p
SPED 3715 DISSCUSSION #1
My name is Zakia Dora. I was born in Rockdale, GA, but raised in Monroe, Louisiana. If you ever meet me
you most definitely hear my thick Southern accent. I am a junior and currently a dual major, Speech
Language Pathology and Eng
Field Observation # 4 - Introduction to TeachLivE (session 1)
To complete a field observation connected to the following course content:
1. Why become an educator?;
2. Getting to know your students; and
3. Developing Rapport.
Professor K. (Mrs. Smith) showed us as a class and future educators ho to engage with students.
Depending on the operational stage of the students learning capabilities, we as future educators should
exemplify enough energy to gain the excitement, trust,
Explore Online Games/Websites for Kids
You will complete the table below, and post your completed form in the Game dropbox:
Explore three (3) Online Games/Websites Appropriate for Kids (NOT video games)
EDUC 2130 Field Observation #5 - Analyze the Class High Quality Relationships
Analyzing Classroom Approaches
Your Name: Zakia
In relation to the educational psychology information you have been reading, describe how the professor created a responsive