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Using your handouts, define the 5 new terms in 25 words or less.
Knowledge
Translate it into your own words. Make it memorable.
Intrepret
What factors would change your mind either way about adaptations?
Apply
What is the difference between learning strategies and teaching strategies?
Analyze
Create a list of adaptations for a student with behavioral problems.
Synthesize
To what extent do adaptations fulfill the letter of the special eduction and NCLB laws?
Evaluate
What kind of government does not provide education for their children with disabilities
Apply
What sort of things have been described as "disabilities" that you believe are just "fads"?
Analyze
Write a letter about your classroom to a student with physical or emotional disabilties.
Synthesize
Is right to a Free and Appropriate Public Education the right thing for the US?
Evaluate
What would happen if you became disabled and no adaptations were available for you?
Apply
What does modification mean?
Knowledge
Describe why we have to make acommodations to our assignments.
Interpret
Is accountability inherently good?
Evaluate
What happened after you were told you were going to this workshop?
knowledge
How many students in your classroom had IEP's last year?
knowledge
Name a modification for essay writing in science.
Knowledge
Name the law that governs accommodations.
Knowledge
Describe what happened when I dropped my pen.
Knowledge
Tell me why kids need accommodations.
Knowledge
Find the meaning of adaptions.
Knowledge
Write in your own words what adaptions mean
Comprehension
Write a brief outline of the first hour of this class.
Comprehension
Which of your students may need the most accommodations?
Comprehension
What is the main idea behind adaptations?
Comprehension
Distinquish between modification and accommodation.
Comprehension
Provide an example of what you mean by writing assignment.
Comprehension
Do you know of an instance where you need modifications to instruction, curriculum, or environment?
Application
Could any of these modifications have been done in any of your classes last year?
Application
What questions could you ask a student about modifications?
application
From the information given, take an assignment and make adaptations for 2 different domains.
Application
Would this information have been helpful when you were first starting teaching?
Application
If no adaptations are made for a student who cannot read, what might happen to that student in your class?
Analysis
How are modifications and accommodations similar to plain old good teaching?
Analysis
What is the underlying theme for my coming here today?
Analysis
What do you see as other outcomes for making adaptations?
Analysis
Why have all these changes in education occurred?
Analysis
Compare your classroom practices to the concepts we are discussing today.
Analysis
What are some of the problems you see with adapations?
Analysis
What was the "turning point" for education reform?
Analysis
Design a handout for your parents describing adaptations.
Synthesis
What would happen if all the kids in your class met standard and were above average?
Synthesis
If you were in charge of the world, what changes would you make to education?
Syntesis
Create new uses for 2 of your "old favorite" assignments.
Synthesis
Develop a proposal to convince rule makers to adopt your ideas on teaching students with special needs.
Synthesis
Is there a better solution to the problem of low-readers?
Evaluate
Do you thing education reform is a good thing or a bad thing? Explain your answer.
Evaluate
Are you a good teacher? Why
Evaluate
How effective are the adaptations you have tried in the past?
Evaluate
Defend your position about inclusion.
Evaluate
Debate the idea that all students can learn. Choose yes or no- make it convincing
Evaluate
Looking back on your teaching career, did you take advantage of the help you were offered?
Evaluate
Judge the logical consistency of the IDEA and NCLB.
Evaluate
Tell us what makes a "great" teacher.
Evaluate
What is an adaptation?
Knowledge
How many times have you been invited to help plan for adapations for a student in your class?
Knowledge
Do educators write the laws for education?
Knowledge
Find all the information you can find on modifying the environment for a student with seizures.
Knowledge
What are the three things we should always look at before we identify as student as having a deficiency?
Knowledge
What are the six cognitive domains identified by Bllom?
Knowledge