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The basics of special education and the basics to know about the background. Good info before teaching in a sped classroom.

The basics of special education and the basics to know about the background. Good info before teaching in a sped classroom.

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    Sped in an Era of Inclusion and Standards Sped in an Era of Inclusion and Standards Presentation Transcript

    • Chapter 1: Special Education in an Era of Inclusion and Standards By Ashlee Sirek Sped 413
    • Critical Legislature
      • 94-142
        • Now referred to as Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
      • IDEA
        • FAPE, Appropriate Evaluation, IEP, LRE, Parent and Students Participation in Decision Making, Procedural Safeguards
      • Section 504
        • Any student that has a physical or mental impairment that limits one of more major life activities qualifies
    • Critical Legislature
      • ADA
        • Civil rights for individuals with disabilities
      • NCLB (2001)
        • Key provisions: increased accountability, parent and student choice, greater flexibility to states, school districts, and schools, putting reading first, highly qualified teachers
    • Key Elements in School Today
      • Standard-Based Education
      • Student Accountability
      • Inclusion
      • RTI
      • UDL
      • Differentiated Instruction
      • Evidence-Based Practices
      • Diversity consideration
    • Standard-Based Education
      • State driven content must be taught and performance standards exist in almost every state in the core subjects of language arts, math, social studies, and science
    • Student Accountability
      • Most student accountability is evaluated through standard-based tests
      • NCLB requires testing on an annual basis for students grades 3-8 in reading and math
    • Inclusion
      • Providing persons with disabilities the opportunity to have a place in society
        • Physical placement of students with disabilities in the general ed classroom
        • Sense of belonging and acceptance
    • RTI
      • Tier 1: High Quality Core Instruction
        • Students receive quality instruction and academic and behavioral goals
      • Tier 2: High Quality Targeted Supplemental Instruction
        • Students who do not meet general class expectations receive more targeted instruction
      • Tier 3: High Quality Intensive Instruction
        • If eligible for special education then services for more significant disabilities and evidence-based intervention is provided
    • UDL
      • Attends to individual needs
      • Proactive
        • Avoids retrofitted changes and accommodations in the classroom
      • Develop material and curricula to attend to needs of students with special needs
      • New technology
      • New way of looking at students with disabilities
    • Differentiated Instruction
      • “ Individualizing instruction”
      • Wide range of students needs can be accommodated within general education classroom
    • Evidence-Based Practices
      • Requires teachers to use interventions that show evidence they work with the population they are being used with
      • Do research before trying a practice and check its reliability
    • Diversity Consideration
      • Many students do not represent the stereotypic image of the typical student
      • Norm of what is typical has changed dramatically
      • Diversity is more than just disability
      • Teachers must develop a sensitivity to the needs of a diverse group of students