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Inclusion
Education students with disabilities in a regular classroom setting.
IDEA
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act - 1990
LRE Approach
Least restrictive environment (only when students cannot be taught in an integrated setting)
Same Curriculum, Multi-level, modified, different
Individualization of Instruction
5 Criteria for good apatations
needs, activity, experience, esteem, interplay
Adapted Physical Education
Individualized fitness, motor skills that meets unique needs of individual
We want to provide....
Safe, satisfying and successful experiences
Adapted Sport
modified to meet needs
Adapted sport continuum
regular, with accomodations, regular adapted, integrated adapted, adapted segregated
IEP
Individualized Education Program
8 component for an IEP
PLP, goals, services/aids, participation, assesment mod, schedule, transition, eval
PLP
Present level of Performance
Goals
Narrow and specific
Services/Aids
what will be provided
participation
integrated or segregated
assesment mod
how close to state standards
schedule of services
start date, frequency, location, duration
transition of services
begin at age 14, school to community
Evaluation
parental report
determine purpose, aim, and rationale
Goals
Specific behavior and performance demonstration
Objectives
Brain Paralysis, non progressive, before age 22
Cerebral Palsy
Motor Cortex
Spasticity
Hypertension
Spasticity
Cerebrum
Athetosis
Involuntary Movement
Athetosis
Cerebellum
Ataxia
poor coordination
Ataxia
Inability to maintain balance between
Flexor and extensor muscles