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  • 1. SPED 1004 Strategies for Teaching Children with Developmental & Behavior Problems Room: CAI 301 Time: 5:00 - 9:00pm ROBERT M. GOMEZ, MAED-SPED
  • 2. Today’s Discussion
    • Feedback on the 1 st Assignment
    • Continuum of Service Placement Options in SPED
    • Overview of the definition, types, nature, and characteristics of Developmental and Behavior Problems
  • 3. Continuum of Service Placement Options 1. Full-time residential, hospital, or total care setting 2. Full day special school 3. Part-time special school, part-time regular school 4. Full-time special class in regular school 5. Full-time special class with integration for lunch, recess, etc. 6. Part-time GenEd class and part-time resource room 7. Full-time GenEd class with consultation for the teacher 8. Students with disabilities in GenEd full day Separate Programs Limited or Incidental Inclusion Inclusive Programs Most restrictive: Fewest Students Least restrictive: Most Students
  • 4. Factors to consider in the placement of CSN
    • category of disability;
    • severity of disability;
    • configuration of delivery system;
    • availability of educational or related services;
    • availability of space; or
    • administrative convenience.
  • 5. What is Developmental Disability?
    • An umbrella term used to describe disabilities which impair the usual course of development in childhood.
    • vary widely, both in severity, and how they affect the individual.
    • They may affect daily functioning in one or several different areas, such as speech, learning, physical and social functioning, and life skills.
  • 6. What is Developmental Disability?
    • means a severe, chronic disability of an individual 5 years of age or older that:
      • Is attributable to a mental or physical impairment or combination of mental and physical impairments;
      • Is manifested before the individual attains age 22;
      • Is likely to continue indefinitely;
      • Results in substantial functional limitations in three or more of the following areas of major life activity;
        • (i) Self-care; Receptive and expressive language; Learning; Mobility; Self-direction; Capacity for independent living; and Economic self-sufficiency.
  • 7. Some types of Developmental Disability
    • Autism
    • Cerebral palsy
    • Various genetic and chromosomal disorders (FragileX, FASD, DS)
    • Mental retardation
    • Spina Bifida
  • 8. What is Behavior Problem?
    • conditions that are more than just disruptive behavior.
    • they are related to mental health problems that lead to disruptive behavior, emotional and social problems
  • 9. 2 nd Assignment