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What is Competency 011
The special education teacher understands and applies knowledge of the characteristics and needs of students with disabilities.
The special education teacher knows characteristics of individuals with different types of disabilities including:
1. Individuals with different levels of severity.
2. Individuals with with multiple disabilities across eligibility categories.
After special education teachers acknowledge individual with different levels of severity and with multiple disabilities across eligibility categories what then do they do?
They analyze the impact of various disabilities on learning and experience.
The beginning special education teacher knows HOW
1. Developmental
2. Academic
3. Social
4. Career
5. Functional characteristics
of individuals with disabilities
*Relates to levels of support needed,
and applies knowledge of human development and disabilities to plan and
implement appropriate curriculum.
The beginning special education teacher knows
Theoretical explanations for behavioral disorders, and analyzes the
varied characteristics of behavioral disorders and their effect on learning.
The beginning special education teacher knows
Knows the different ways that students with and without disabilities learn.
The beginning special education teacher applies
Knowledge of human development and the effects of various types
of disabilities on developmental processes in order to identify the needs of individuals with and without disabilities.
The beginning special education teacher
Understands the effects of cultural and environmental influences
(e.g., linguistic characteristics, socioeconomic issues, abuse/neglect,
substance abuse) on the child and family.
The beginning special education teacher understands
normal, delayed, and disordered communication patterns,
including nonsymbolic communication, and the impact of language development
on the academic and social skills of individuals with disabilities.
The beginning special education teacher understands
Knows aspects of medical conditions affecting individuals with disabilities,
including the effects of various medications on behavior and functioning
and the implications of medical complications for student support needs
(e.g., seizure management, tube feeding, catheterization, cardiopulmonary
resuscitation [CPR]).
The beginning special education teacher understands
Understands ways in which physical disabilities and health impairments relate
to development and behavior, and knows the etiologies and effects of sensory
disabilities and other conditions affecting individuals with disabilities.