Special Education Essay Examples

  • IDEA

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    IDEA IDEA is our nation's special education law. IDEA stands for Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is the law that outlines rights and regulations for students with disabilities in the U.S. who require special education. Is a federal statute whose purpose is to ensure a free and appropriate education services for children with disabilities who fall within one of the specific disability categories as defined by the law. Under the IDEA, all children with disabilities are entitled to a Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) in t

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    The Miracle Worker

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    The Miracle Worker Helen Keller was born to a family when slaves or servants were still used and when men were in charge. The discovery of her condition was not met with calm or joy. The beginning of The Miracle Worker (1962) shows a terrified mother screaming frantically when she discovers her daughter can’t see or hear. Helen’s early childhood was one of ignorance and freedom. She lived by human instinct used to survive, but there was hope. She showed signs of great intelligence and an eagerness to learn. The only problem was she also exhibited characteristics of an extremely spoiled ch

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    RTI Responsiveness To Intervention

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    Responsiveness to Intervention is a newer model to identify learning disabilities. Unlike the past the key to RTI and the defining characteristic is the student is eligible for special education services and extra attention long before they fail academically. The process uses a screening method that allows all students to receive proper interventions as soon as necessary unlike the previous wait-to-fail procedure. This proactive approach is also able to differentiate whether academic difficulties are caused by poor instruction or an actual learning disability. First, the basics of responsivene

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    RTI

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    Table of Contents Page Definition of AAD 3 Definition of RTI 3 IDIEA 2004 3 Different AAD Formulas 4 Tiers of RTI 4-5 IDEIA Requirements for LD Evaluation 5 Different RTI Assessment Tools 5-7 Case Study of Kindergartners and First Graders 7-8 NRC of LD Identification, Eligibility, and Intervention 8-9 Tier 1, 2, & 3 Purposes 9 Conclusion 9-10 Appendix 11 References 12-13 Learning Disabilities: Response to Intervention vs. Aptitude-Achievement Discrepancy Determining learning disabilities in students has been a controversial issue for many y

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    Euducation And Special Education

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    Response to Intervention (RTI) is a multi-step approach to providing services to struggling students. Teachers provide instruction and interventions to them at increasing levels of intensity. They also monitor the progress students make at each intervention level and use the assessment results to decide whether the students need additional instruction or intervention in general education or referral to special education. RTI models have several components in common: RTI uses tiers of intervention for struggling students, relies on research based instruction and interventions, uses problem-so

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    Special Education

    682 words - 3 pages

    Response to Intervention (RTI) is a multi-step approach to providing services to struggling students. Teachers provide instruction and interventions to them at increasing levels of intensity. They also monitor the progress students make at each intervention level and use the assessment results to decide whether the students need additional instruction or intervention in general education or referral to special education. RTI models have several components in common: RTI uses tiers of intervention for struggling students, relies on research based instruction and interventions, uses problem-so

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    When Thinking Of The Martians

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    When you look up, you can sometimes see a red glowing light in the sky; that is Mars, which has intrigued humans for thousands of years. Living on Earth with gravity, water, etc makes the quality of life really good. However, the mystery of living in another planet, like Mars, remains as a great wonder for humanity. The Earth and Mars are both planets of the solar system; by contrast, they have many differences as regards their temperature, size, and special characteristics. The Earth and Mars are very different when it comes to temperature, but temperature does not come alone, it brings

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    Psychologist Training Programs

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    PSYCHOLOGIST TRAINING PROGRAMS HISTORY AND DEVOLEPMENT The field of school psychology has changed dramatically over the years. From its beginnings in the early 1900’s to its prominence in the field of education in the 21stcentury, the need for qualified professionals to perform psychological services in the schools has grown. With this increased need for school psychologists in the public schools has come the continual struggle to fill these positions. Historically, there has always been a shortage of, school psychologists yet little has been written about personnel

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    College Recommendation

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    Recommendation for Andrew Smith October 15, 2000 During the 2008 Summer Program, Andrew Smith was employed and taught art to students with a wide range of disabilities ages 14-26 at the Access to Theatre Program. As the Creative Director of the program, I had the opportunity to observe Andrew during the program. Andrew used his superior organizational skills to keep his class lively but disciplined and where students were busy and challenged. While students were creating their own art, Andrew did not hesitate to share his knowledge an

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    Children In Handicapped Education

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    In the twenty-first century, schooling for children with disabilities is a public responsibility. In the United States, the Education of All Handicapped Children Act of 1975, reauthorized as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) of 1990, mandated a Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) for all children and youth, ages three to twenty-one, with disabilities. The law mandates that no child can be excluded from schooling because of a physical, mental, or emotional disability, no matter how severe. It also mandates individualized educational and related services based on an Ind

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    Contents Of An IEP

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    The first page of an IEP is basically just filling out the child’s name, age and what their disability is. The IEP is a written plan that describes in detail your child’s special education program. The IEP should describe how your child currently performs and your child’s specific instructional needs. The IEP must include detailed and measurable annual goals and short-term objectives or benchmarks. According to “An Educator’s Guide to Special Education Law” by Brenda J. Bowlby states that the IEP must include certain information about the child and the educational program designed to meet his

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    Quot People Work More Productively In Teams Than Individually Teamwork Requires Cooperation Which Motivates People Much More Than Individual Competition Does Quot

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    Teamwork as a whole can naturally produce an overall greater productivity through the concept of "synergy", where the total of the whole is greater than the sum of its individual parts. But the idea that people work more productively in teams rather than as individuals is going to vary greatly between the types of teams that are organized, the end reward or motivation for both the team and the individuals, as well as the individuals themselves. Regarding individuals, some people are born with the desire to succeed, no matter what the situation or task that they are facing. These people may ev

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    Roles Of Multitasking

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    The Roles of Multitasking What is multitasking anyway? Is multitasking good or bad for us? Multitasking is one of those topics that we never seem to be able to decide on. Is it a positive attribute to boast about on resumes, or is it a risky habit that is harmful to those with attention issues? Is there areas in life at home, in the office, in the classroom where multitasking is OK, and others areas where it is not? Sure, multitasking can help us accomplish multiple items on a to-do list, but does doing multiple things at the same time affect our ability to do those tasks well? Doing multiple

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    Disciplining For Special Ed Students

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    Disciplining Special Ed. 3 For many years, there was what was considered double standards for disciplining non-disabled and disabled students. Many non-disabled students felt that it was unfair that they would be punished more harshly than someone that was disabled. The discipline of special education students has been controversial since the founding of the Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975 (Public Law 94-142). The EAHCA was founded to ensure the educational rights of students with disabilities; however, it did not address issues related to discipline. In 1990 and 199

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    Mainstreaming Inclusion And Law

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    Running head: Mainstreaming, inclusion, and law Mainstreaming, inclusion, and law SPE 529 Special Education Foundation & Framework Marguerite Pierre-Baril Grand Canyon University Mrs. Rosebud Dixon-Green June 28, 2005 Table of Contents Introduction…………………………………………………………..4 Clarification of Terms...........................................………………..5 Mainstreaming, Inclusion and the Law.............…………………..5 Research on Inclusion.....................................…………………...6 Summary.................

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    Inclusion

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    Few issues in education generate more discussion, confusion, or apprehension than the topic of inclusion. It is an issue that has outspoken advocates on all sides, whether staunchly for, avowedly against, or somewhere in between. Certainly, for a school or district to change and accommodate a more inclusive approach to providing services to students with disabilities as well as a host of other "at-risk" students, and do it in a way that ensures the success of all, will require significant restructuring. Inclusion is more than reconfiguring special education services. It involves an "overhaul"

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    Educational Psychology

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    Motivation: forces that energizes directs and maintains behavior. Extrinsic Motivation: comes from external sources, practical problems, devalues learning, restricts learning, affect learning(better retention of info, more effort, increase scope of learning, set challenging but realistic goals). Behavioral: rewards and punishers, decreases intrinsic motivation, use to get students interested, use for less interesting material. Humanistic: use persons drive to fulfill potential, Moslow(deficiency needs must be satisfied first before a person is motivated to achieve growth needs such as intellec

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    Disability In The Classroom

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    Disability is a key student wellbeing issue that affects both intrapersonal and interpersonal aspects of student life. The intrapersonal dimension focuses on a student’s ability to internalize a sense of self and therefore their actualized role in a school community. Some factors represented in the intrapersonal dimension include engagement, self-esteem, and curiosity (Fraillon 2004, p. 9). Whereas the interpersonal dimension focuses on the student’s social position and can be assessed by factors such as acceptance, empathy, and connectedness (Fraillon 2004, p. 9). Disability, both physica

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    Council For Exceptional Children

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    Council for Exceptional Children The Council for Exceptional Children was founded and organized by Elizabeth E. Farrell and a group of twelve administrators and supervisors attending the summer session of Teachers College, Columbia University, and their faculty members on August 10, 1922. It is now the leading association for special and gifted education professionals, including teachers, administrators, professors, and related service providers (www.cec.sped.org). Their partners include: Abilitations, AGS Publishing, Brookes Publishing, Columbus Education Services, Forrest T. Jones, Pea

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    Effects Of Ethnicity On Individuals With Disabilities

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    Children belonging to ethnic minorities can be incorrectly assigned to special education classes. The consequences are the inconsistent proportion of the ethnic group in special education. This paper that I am writing will assess the variables that promote the over representation of minority students in special education. Minority students are over represented in the special education sector due to a number of reasons. According to Coutinho and Oswald they offered two hypotheses that regard the cause of ethnic students in special education. The firs

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    Lifelong Learning

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    Running head: Lifelong Learning Lifelong Learning Gregory Blakeman Grand Canyon University Abstract This essay looks at the diagnosis of developmental disabilities, early intervention, and educational programs for the young exceptional learner. Transition programs and procedures for the young with disabilities will also be considered. Strengths and weaknesses for assessment and intervention used in special education are noted. Finally, proposals for improvement and expectations are also pointed out. Introduction Lifelong learning should be the goal of everyone. Many people t

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    Contemporary Issues In Psychology

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    Contemporary Issue in Psychology: Final Project Sharee S. Terry PS115-24 Contemporary Issue in Psychology: Final Project Contemporary issues in psychology began with the study of human behaviors. We observed and discussed waiting behaviors in common areas thru out our society. We gained knowledge by conducting research on waiting behaviors in common areas we frequent as individuals. We explored the influence of stress on our daily lives and its healthy and unhealthy effects on our career, personal life and studies. Our own different and individual strategies for managing stress

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    Intervention

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    LEADERSHIP PROJECT JANUARY 2011 SPED 5012 Leadership Project This leadership project based on educational and professional experiences provides documentation and evidence of my personal commitment to leadership in special education. I believe all students can learn regardless of disabilities or not or culture or family, home environment. I also believe it is important that I continue learning and attending professional development classes offered in the area of special education in order to stay up with the constantly changing laws and policies in special education. As a leader

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    Inclusion

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    Inclusion Inclusion is the process of allowing all students an equal opportunity to fully participate in regular classrooms regardless of their abilities. Inclusion is more than just placing a child in a regular classroom within the school that the child would otherwise attend; it is to educate the child at a level that is appropriate and to support the child’s needs. Its long history embedded in Civil Rights has made inclusion one of the most controversial topics in the field of education in today’s society. Idealistically, inclusion benefits both special needs students and non-special need

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    The Ideas Least Restrictive Environment Mandate

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    The IDEA's least restrictive environment mandate: legal implications by Allan G. Osborne Jr. , Philip Dimattia The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA; originally the Education for All Handicapped Children Act, Public Law 94-142, 1975) requires school districts to educate students with disabilities in the least restrictive environment (LRE). The Act explicitly states that the LRE provision applies across the continuum of placement alternatives. Specifically, the IDEA requires states to establish procedures assuring that students with disabilities are educated to the maximum

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    Placements For Students W Disabilities

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    Placements 2 Educational Placements for Students with Disabilities Students who have learning disabilities require a little more care and attention than other students. Teachers, parents, and other professionals help determine the learning environment that best suits each individual student. Students with disabilities may be placed in the regular classroom, a resource room, or separate classes which all contain different strengths and weaknesses. The regular classroom includes students who receive most of their education in that classroom and receive special education and related se

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    Freedom

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    Achieving Equity In Special Education

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    Ryan Flynn Article Critique 1 Skiba, R.J., Simmons, A.B., Ritter, S., Gibb, A.C., Rausch, M.K., Cuadrado, J., Chung, C.G. (2008). Achieving equity in special education: History, status, and current challenges. Council for Exceptional Children, 74(3), 264-288. This article was about how disproportionate representation exists among minority students in special education, particularly with African American students. The authors provided a report about disproportionality and the many factors that contribute to this problem in schools. The provisions of IDEA 2004 mandate that states c

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    Congress

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    Running head: ADVOCATING FOR SOCIAL STUDIES: DOCUMENTING THE DECLINE This study elaborates on the decline in Social Studies and how defendants of Social Studies want changes to be made and documentation of such changes. It also places emphasis on the construction of a differentiated curriculum, and the significance of civic participation and having your voice heard. The article states that so much attention is being placed on high stakes testing causing subjects such as Social Studies and its related areas to be placed in the shadows because of the reduction of instructional time allott

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    Special Education Teaching

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    By looking at Special Education Teaching, we can understand how you need patience and a lot of effort to help Special Education children, what most people don’t understand is how much extra work goes into helping these kids; this is important because we need more people to understand how to help kids with special needs. Special needs children are in need of people who understand them and teachers are a perfect example of how we can achieve this. Also, all schools are in need of Special Education teachers. More and more teachers now a days are quiting after there first three years of teaching,

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    Academic Perfomance

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    Academic Performance The predominant problem of all students with learning disabilities is learning and mastering academic tasks. These students’ low achievement is far below what their intellectual abilities would predict, and it is below that of almost all of their classmates. Many researchers feel that the following learning characteristics impede student’s abilities to learn efficiently: lack of motivation, inattention, inability to generalize, and insufficient problem solving, information processing, and thinking skills (Rivera & Smith 1997). Some signs or characteristics of lea

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    Standardization Of Terms And Grammar

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    [pic] Standardization of Terms and Grammar ILeRT All capitals except the e PowerPoint Both P’s are capital (trademark name) Walk-through Hyphen Pre-conference Hyphen Post-conference Hyphen Day-to-day Hyphen Job-embedded Hyphen In-service Hyphen Bell ringer

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    Speech

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    “A Place to Take a Special friend” A culture describes many unique aspects about an individual. Someone can be deeply enriched within their culture, or someone could be vague in their culture. I am fortunate enough to be a part of a culture that is fully intensified, and it makes up who I am. My culture, also known as home, is derived from Guyana, South America. If I could take a special friend to a special place, I would definitely take them back home to Guyana because of my unique culture. Guyana is a country filled with natives of different colors but similar styles. Their

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    Inclusive Education

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    Inclusive Education: Benefit or Hindrance? Capella University Patricia A. Caldwell August 29, 2010 SOC1000 Introduction to Human Society Dr. Cheryl Avant Abstract This paper will provide an overview of argued issues related to the benefits and disadvantages of inclusive education. The beliefs of districts, school administrators and parents are very different as related to the placement of the students with special needs in inclusive settings. Benefits of full inclusion reveal the progress students make socially and academically. Disadvantage

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    Special Ed

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    Special Education is a kind of education that gives hope to individuals with disabilities, particularly to children. There are a lot of children in the world, mainly in developing countries who are in need of Special Education. It is the education of students with special needs, which addresses the student’s individual differences and requirements. These students go through a series of evaluations to determine their level of needs. Many parents of children with special needs aren’t aware of the process that it takes to find out if a child is or isn’t eligible for special educational servi

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    Special Education In Regular Schools

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    Special education that is modified or particularized for those having singular needs or disabilities, as handicapped or maladjusted people, slow learners, or gifted children. The kids physically or mentally handicapped children whose needs cannot be met in an ordinary classroom. Special education is the education of students with special needs in a way that addresses the students' individual differences and needs. Ideally, this process involves the individually planned and systematically monitored arrangement of teaching procedures, adapted equipment and materials, accessible settings, and oth

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    The Good Hope Paper

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    The Good Hope Equestrian Training Center Final Paper Recap of Project Proposal Mission Statement To provide a community service project exclusively to children with disabilities in efforts to create opportunities to these individuals for a better quality of life. Rationale Our group believes this facility is a great way to experience the outdoors and at the same time, make a change for children with disabilities. The outdoor environment is considered as a great stress reliever and horseback riding is considered a uniquely beneficial form of therapy. Background on Agency/Program

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    Inclusion In The Classroom

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    The Education for All Handicapped Children Act guaranteed that all children, regardless of their disability or perceived educability, are entitled to a free, appropriate education. For millions of children, this act opened the doors to the public school system. NASBE’s Special Education Study Group looked to a new way to organize special and general education — namely, an inclusive system of education that strives to produce better outcomes for all students. In such a system, special educational services are provided as a support to students who need them in order to achieve the outcomes expec

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    Personal Mission

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    Personal Mission It would seem that anyone setting out into any field of work has preconceive notions about what their career choice will entail, or what their title will mean. As a student working towards a bachelor’s degree in elementary and special education, I too have an idea in my head of what I am headed for. To me, anyone who becomes a teacher is responsible for meeting the needs of their students. However, a special education teacher will likely have a larger quantity of and more specific needs that have to be filled. Students who are considered special needs students often need

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    Lre And Nclb Contradictions

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    Are Least Restrictive Environment and No Child Left Behind contradictions? Nicole Gebhardt Foundations of Learning Disabilities April 23, 2007 Hypothesis One federal law, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and Amendments of 1997, (IDEA 97) imposes regulations to protect the educational rights of students with disabilities. As such, specific mandates outlined by IDEA, such as Least Restrictive Environment, regulate best teaching practices to accommodate students with disabilities. The other federal law, the No Child Left Behind Act of 200?, imposes strict regulations on a

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    Gaskins Settlement

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    The Gaskins settlement was approved in 2005 and ensures that the Individualized Education Program or IEP considers the regular classroom with supplementary aids and services, commonly referred to as assistive technology, before considering a more restrictive placement (PDE Overview, n.d., p.1). This settlement has implications for the regular and special education teachers provided by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. This agreement calls for regular and special education teachers to work together so that each student is provided a free and appropriate education in the least restr

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    Philosophy Of Special Education

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    I believe that each child is a unique individual who needs a secure, caring, and stimulating atmosphere in which to grow and mature emotionally, intellectually, physically, and socially. I believe that all children with special needs are entitled to the same quality of education as children without disabilities. I also believe that every student can learn, have strengths, and are worthy of respect. In my opinion, people aren’t normal but differences are and that it what makes us all unique. I think that people put labels on people with special deficits like they are objects. I believe that the

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    Dkssud

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    Belonging thesis An individual’s upbringing creates a powerful formative influence over the creation of a sense of belonging. A sense of belonging comes from a sense of identity Self knowledge is the doorway to belonging To know the self is to belong Belonging comes from within rather than without We belong when we fell connected to others and the world An inner sense of connection leads to an external sense of belonging Self understanding is the key to belonging Feeling connected to the world is an inner experience A sense of the psychic wholeness is the pathway to belonging A meta

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    Mainstreaming

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    Mainstreaming is defined as moving a child out of both special education self-contained classrooms and out of pull-out programs and putting said child in "regular” classroom in the mainstream of schooling. Regular classrooms are considered to be the mainstream. But, this interpretation of the law works from the idea that the individual child may be better served by not placing him or her in regular classrooms, that some children are better able to learn in more sheltered environments, such as self-contained classrooms. All children who receive this service do so on the basis of both a batte

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    Current Issues Summary And Response

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    Current Issues Summary and Response Matt 12/12/2010 Intro As a future special education teacher one of my jobs will be to keep up-to-date on current issues in the education field and let my parents know about any helpful development on these current issues. It is important for teachers to keep tabs on new developments that could be useful to better their understanding of education as a whole. There are a plethora of current issues involving special education. These issues range from more controversial to less controversial. Some of the more controversial issues are the use of tests to

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    Article Summary Reading Recovery

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    O’Connor, E., A. (2002). The Effect of Reading Recovery on Special Education Referrals and Placements. Psychology in the Schools, Vol 39(6). (1) Nature of the Problem The author’s hypothesis can be broken down into three categories. First, Reading Recovery (RR) reduces the need for special education services. Second, that the discontinued RR group will have less referrals than both the recommended RR group and the comparison group. Thirdly, if the discontinued RR group of students who participated would be referred less than the recommended RR group. (2) Method (a) Subjects The st

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    Bas Outline

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    BAS Bachelor  University  requirements  Credits For Graduation  At least 90 credits successfully completed.  Completed  In progress  Total  Satisfied  Potentially Satisfied  Not Yet Satisfied  York Residence Requirement  A minimum of 30 credits including at least 50% of the major must be completed at York.  Completed  In progress  Total  Satisfied  Potentially Satisfied  Not Yet Satisfied  Cumulative Grade Point Average  Less than 90 passed credits to enter or continue a minimum 5.0 cumulative grade point average.  At least 90 passed credits or greater to enter, continue or proceed a

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    Research Placing Special Education Students

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    This research is to find the best way to populate classrooms with special education students who have different disabilities. Each specific disability must hold a certain number of students in the classroom. Such as the moderately cognitive impaired students must be in the same room, all severely multiply impaired students must be in the same room, etc…, After researching the models of other special education schools and district policies, the moderately cognitive impaired classrooms must have no more than 15 students each; the severely multiply impaired classrooms hold only nine students,

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    Tamil

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    Educational Assessment

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    Educational and Psychological Assessment of Exceptional Students Presented By Name Presented To Lecturer Institution Topic Date Functional Assessment of Behavior (FAB) Functional Assessment of Behavior (FAB) is a method of identifying the variables associated with the occurrence of a behavior. It involves noting down the events that either precede or follow the behavior and the environment or setting that the behavior occurs regularly. FAB has been used by individuals as a problem solving method to help people with chronic behavior problem. It is built o the assumption t

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