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Inclusion. In Chapter 2 of your text, the concept of inclusion is discussed. As Powell and Driver (2013) state, “In an inclusion setting, students with disabilities are instructed alongside peers without disabilities for some or all of the school day” (Section 2.1). Complete the Inclusion Chart (.....
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Teaching Approaches Debate. According to the text, when students with disabilities are placed in the general education classroom, there are three widely used teaching approaches that provide a starting point for helping students participate in the general curriculum (Section 2.2). While there are.....
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Response to Intervention. Mary Quest, an early childhood teacher of 15 years, has shared two narratives of her experiences with response to intervention (RTI). After reading Chapter 3, Chapter 4, and the two case narratives below, describe what you see as both the strengths and challenges of RTI......
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Environment. Read the article on creating supportive environments, “Including Children With Special Needs: Are You and Your Early Childhood Program Ready?” Often in early childhood programs, the environment is seen as the third teacher as it guides and invites children to interact in various .....
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Interview. Parent involvement and the relationship parents have with their child’s teacher/school are important for all children. This is especially true for children with disabilities. For this assignment, you will be asked to contact a local preschool, Head Start, or Early Head Start program. Y.....
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ADHD Presentation. Using what you have learned so far about ADHD and inclusion, you will create a PowerPoint presentation that addresses the following scenario: You have been asked by your administrator or director to give a 10-minute presentation to the school board regarding inclusion and A.....
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All three types of ADHD The possible causes (you must include information regarding each possible cause: biology, genetics and environment) The importance of a medical diagnosis and why Possible signs and symptoms The IDEA category it fits under How IEP or 504 plans can he.....
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Speech & Language Impairments. As Chapter 6 states, “students with SLI should receive speech and language services from trained professionals. The role of the classroom teacher is supportive and collaborative” (Powell & Driver, 2013, Section 6.7). As a classroom teacher, explain how you c.....
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Gifted Students. Chapter 7 of our text discusses the characteristics of gifted children and a variety of effective instructional methods. Imagine you spent the day observing either a preschool, elementary, or secondary classroom. During your observation, one child exhibits behaviors typical of gi.....
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Intellectual Disabilities. An important part of your job when working with children with intellectual disabilities is the ability to modify instruction in order to best meet their educational needs. Chapter 8 of our textbook offers many teaching ideas and strategies for meeting the academic and s.....
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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). As Chapter 9 of your text states “the number of students identified with ASD has increase dover the last few decades. Some people even call ASDan‘epidemic’” (Powell & Driver, 2013, Chapter 9 Introduction). This increase specifically affects you in the classroom.....
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IFSP and Early Intervention. You have just taken a position as a teacher in an Early Head Start program. A 6-month-old child has been referred to a doctor for strabismus. In the toddler room, the director and head teacher are talking to a parent about their observations of a 2-year-old, who does .....
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