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Least restrictive environment for learning disability in reading

Regular classroom

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Least restrictive environment for Adhd, grade level behind in reading but successful in science and math

Resource room

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Assessment accommodation for ELL with ADHD

Frequent breaks in assessment

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Assessment accommodation for student who cant read standard print

Presentation

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Instructional service delivery model outside classroom that is least restrictive for disabled students

Resource room

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Where do majority of disabled students receive educational services

Regular classrooms

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How frequently must IEPs be reviewed according to IDEA?

Every 12 months

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What info must be included on an IEP?

The student level of participation in general education curriculum

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What must IEP include for all students with disabilities under IDEA

- Where the proposed services will be provided
- The student level of participation in general education curriculum

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What is a required component of a IFSP (individualized family service plan?)

- Description of the natural environments where services will be provides
- a statement of specific early intervention services nessecary to meet unique needs of the child and family

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What info on an IFSP in included in infant/toddler present level of performance

Physical, communication, and social/ emotional skills

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Formal and comprehensive teast for giftedness

Weschler intelligence scale for children

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Jot downs and checklists

Informal measures assessing giftedness

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Strategy for grouping gifted students

Group them together to work on more complex content

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What is a possible challenge for a gifted student?

Working on assignments alone

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Characteristics in gifted students

- Displays intensity for learning within a subject area
- quick absorption of information

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Learning disability

- average intelligence, below grade level in reading, poor memory, info processing problems, gives up before starting

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Assess for learning disability

Compare achievement and intellectual ability

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Learning disability approach

- drill and practice with immediate feedback
- direct instruction
- IEP assistive tech: concrete manipulatives

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Emotional/ behavior disorder

- plays alone, no friends besides adults, acts aggressive
- average intelligence, chronic school failure and peer rejection
- low average scores on intelligence
- expressive, receptive, and pragmatic language deficits

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Appropriate service provision for student using ASL, fingerspelling and speechreading

Total communication

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Assistive tech for hearing impairment to discuss with other students

FM system

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Intellectual disability assessments

- Diagnostic adaptive behavior scale
- weschler intelligence scale for children

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Functional curriculum

Targets skills that can be applied to everyday routines

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Individualized curriculum

Instructional program is developed around students specific educational requirements

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Standards-based curriculum

Targets academic content based on the general education curriculum

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Community based instruction

Instruction occurs in natural settings to overcome issues with generalization

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Educational programming for an intellectual disability

Include functional academics in the classroom curriculum

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Assessment to diagnose ADHD with medical assessment

The teachers and parents complete behavioral rating scales

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Instructional strategy for ADHD identify and control their own behaviors

Self regulation