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Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
Article 7
Indiana's equivalent to IDEA
7 Areas of LD eligibility
Reading comp, basic reading, written expression, list. comp, math calc, math reas, expressive lang.
Learning Styles
How students learn
ex: visual, auditory
Severe reading disability
Visual processing disorder Ex: b for d
Change order of words
Difficulty expressing thoughts in writing
Math disorder
Manifest determination conference
Discusses IEP/placement/behavioral incident and decide if behavior is related to disability or not
Least Restrictive Environment
Annual Case Review
Alternative Assessment
Ex: ISTAR instead of ISTEP when no other test is appropriate
Triennial evaluation
Student evaluation occuring every 3 years
Providing all services to children with disabilities within the gen. ed. class
Social integration of children with disabilities with little required accommodation
Severe discrepancy
IN - 18pts. between ability and achievement, no longer used for placement
Developmental Incremental steps to obtain an objective in an IEP
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Concerta, Ritalin, Cylert
Meds for ADHD - stimulants
Med for ADHD - non stimulate
Visual Memory
Remember what you see
Visual Discrimination
Knowing one thing from another
Visual Sequential Memory
Recall items in specific order
Auditory Memory
Remembering what you hear
Auditory Discrimination
Distinguish one sound from another
Auditory Blending
Put sounds together
Auditory Sequential Memory
Hear words in specific order
Visual Motor Integration
Incorporate site and hand abilities together ex: copy from board
Fine Motor Skills
Small muscle movement ex: use scissors, pencil
Gross Motor Skills
Movement of large muscle
Transition plan
plan how to begin to move child out of school. starts at 14 yrs.
Receptive oral language
understanding oral information
Expressive Oral languale
Able to verbalize thoughts
Using more than one sence to enhance learning
2 or more professionals working together
Working collaboratively with another teacher
General Education Intervention
Using different methods to achieve desired learning before referral
Meeting to discuss student needs (discussing IEP, special ed teacher does NOT work with student
Teacher of record
Teacher in charge of IEP
Phychological Processing
How we organize thoughts and integrate information through our senses.
Phonological Awareness
Associate sounds with words ex: rhyming
Word Retrieval
Recall words and meanings
Funcation Behavioral Assessment
Gathering info to properly describe a problem behavior
Behavior Intervention Plan
Plan specifies positive behavior intervention. Decreases undesirable behavior.
Individualized Education Plan (good for 1 year)
Adaptive Behavior
Everyday living skills in school, home and community
Free and Appropriate Public Education
Child Find
Mandate by Fed. Gov't to find children in need of special ed services.
Lateral Preference
Handedness (which hand child uses)