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Exceptional Children Presentation
Exceptional Children Presentation
Exceptional Children Presentation
Exceptional Children Presentation
Exceptional Children Presentation
Exceptional Children Presentation
Exceptional Children Presentation
Exceptional Children Presentation
Exceptional Children Presentation
Exceptional Children Presentation
Exceptional Children Presentation
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  • 1. Assessment of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders<br />
  • 2. Emotional and Behavior Disorders<br />Characteristics of Emotional and Behavior Disorders manifest as:<br />External Behaviors <br />Internal Behaviors<br />
  • 3. External Behavior<br />Temper tantrums <br />Acting out<br />Aggressive <br />Non-compliant <br />High intensity, low frequency events<br />Disruptive <br />
  • 4. Internal Behavior<br />Poor social skills, not accepted by peers<br />Withdrawal<br />Depression / Anxiety<br />Obsessions / Compulsions<br />Non-aggressive<br />
  • 5. Common EBD Diagnosis <br /><ul><li>Depression
  • 6. Manic / Bipolar disorder
  • 7. Oppositional defiant disorder
  • 8. Conduct disorder
  • 9. Schizophrenia
  • 10. ADHD
  • 11. Separation disorder
  • 12. Obsessive compulsive disorder
  • 13. Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • 14. Phobias
  • 15. Generalized anxiety disorder
  • 16. Separation anxiety disorder</li></li></ul><li>Assessment Tools: EBD<br />Screening procedures<br />Behavior checklists <br />Behavior-rating scales <br />Observations <br />Interviews <br />Functional Behavior Assessment<br />
  • 17. Screening Procedure<br />Standardized Screening for Behavioral Disorders (SSBD) and Early Screening Project <br />Used by Head Start to identify children<br />Intervention Prevention and Services, P. L. 99-457<br />
  • 18. SSBD<br />Uses a multiple-gating procedure:<br />Stage 1: Rank all students according to externalizing and internalizing behaviors<br />Stage 2: The 3 students that rank the highest in both behavioral dimensions are assessed by comprehensive behavior-rating scales<br />Stage 3: If a student score beyond a prescribed limit on the behavior-rating instrument, direct observation in a variety of settings occurs<br />
  • 19. Behavior Checklists<br />Diagnostic<br />Medical form<br />Completed by Pediatrician / Physician<br />
  • 20. Behavior Rating-Scales<br />Used during observation by:<br />Teachers, Parents, and School Psychologists<br />Behavior is evaluated by:<br />Rate<br />Intensity<br />Duration<br />Age-appropriateness<br />
  • 21. Interview<br />Teacher<br />Parent<br />Student-assisted<br />
  • 22. Functional Behavior Assessment<br />Part of the pre-referral and referral activity, IEP development, review, and revision for students with EBD. <br />Information gathered will serve as the basis for a Behavioral Intervention Plan.<br />Used to identify:<br />Problem behavior<br />The perceived function of the behavior<br />Appropriate replacement behavior<br />
  • 23. Behavioral Intervention Plan<br />Part of the IEP, the BIP identifies positive intervention strategies that can be used to teach, state behavioral goals and reinforce appropriate behavior through interventions.<br />
  • 24. Emotional Behavioral Disorders<br />There is no standard test, checklist or procedure in the disorder identification process<br />Intelligence and achievement tests can be used to determine or rule out specific areas of disability<br />Each State Education Agency determines its own guidelines for testing<br />

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