Society, inclusion, outcomesINTRODUCTION TO EXCEPTIONALITIES           SPED 23000    INSTRUCTOR: BRIAN FRIEDT
This week Supplemental reading   Read this at some point.   If you are writing a reflection this week, read what you ne...
An acknowledgement There is a ton of material in chapter two   We will examine it some of it closely.   We will gloss o...
Normalization and institutionalization Social validity   Significance of goals   Social appropriateness of procedures  ...
Labels Labels drive service provision. Labels can be misused. Labels are (probably) unavoidable.
Universal design for learning Representation Expression Engagement We will talk about this all semester.
Differentiated instruction Kids are different, right? Practical? Effective? Standards?
Technology Cochlear implants Dynavox Kurzweil Dragonspeak And so on… We will talk about this all semester.
Inclusion Full inclusion   Full anything? Evidence Ethics Educationally relevant variable   Race (not relevant)   D...
Inclusion Continuum of placement   Appropriateness   Variety Collaboration   Co-teaching   Consulting   Teams We w...
Accommodation and modification Accommodation   Changes that don’t affect content or instructional goals   Assessments r...
Identification Pre-referral teams (child study teams, evaluation  teams…) RTI MFE We will talk about this all semester.
Assessment Progress monitoring! Data! We will talk about this all semester.
Early intervention It works (see the article this week). It can take a bunch of forms. It looks different from school a...
Transition Huge focus on post-secondary world. In general, students with disabilities do worse in the post-secondary wor...
Transition Education Independent living Employment Community involvement
Discipline Manifestation determination   A word. Behavior modification We will talk about this all semester.
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Week three sped 23000

  1. 1. Society, inclusion, outcomesINTRODUCTION TO EXCEPTIONALITIES SPED 23000 INSTRUCTOR: BRIAN FRIEDT
  2. 2. This week Supplemental reading  Read this at some point.  If you are writing a reflection this week, read what you need to. Volunteer experience project  Start thinking.
  3. 3. An acknowledgement There is a ton of material in chapter two  We will examine it some of it closely.  We will gloss over some of it.  Some of the material in chapter two overlaps with stuff we discussed last week. (This is good.)  There will be things that we look at briefly this week and discuss at much greater length later.  Much of this material lays the foundation for the course.
  4. 4. Normalization and institutionalization Social validity  Significance of goals  Social appropriateness of procedures  Importance of effects (Wolf, 1978) Unintended consequences Rational examination of educationally relevant variables. Continuum of services/placements
  5. 5. Labels Labels drive service provision. Labels can be misused. Labels are (probably) unavoidable.
  6. 6. Universal design for learning Representation Expression Engagement We will talk about this all semester.
  7. 7. Differentiated instruction Kids are different, right? Practical? Effective? Standards?
  8. 8. Technology Cochlear implants Dynavox Kurzweil Dragonspeak And so on… We will talk about this all semester.
  9. 9. Inclusion Full inclusion  Full anything? Evidence Ethics Educationally relevant variable  Race (not relevant)  Disability (situationally relevant)
  10. 10. Inclusion Continuum of placement  Appropriateness  Variety Collaboration  Co-teaching  Consulting  Teams We will talk about this all semester.
  11. 11. Accommodation and modification Accommodation  Changes that don’t affect content or instructional goals  Assessments read aloud, scribe, Braille, large text, reduced assignments (maybe)… Modification  Changes that do affect content or instructional goals  Alternate materials, variable difficulty, reduced assignments (maybe), modified assessments We will talk about this all semester.
  12. 12. Identification Pre-referral teams (child study teams, evaluation teams…) RTI MFE We will talk about this all semester.
  13. 13. Assessment Progress monitoring! Data! We will talk about this all semester.
  14. 14. Early intervention It works (see the article this week). It can take a bunch of forms. It looks different from school age special education. Developmental delay/IFSP We will talk about this all semester.
  15. 15. Transition Huge focus on post-secondary world. In general, students with disabilities do worse in the post-secondary world than their typically developing peers.  Graduation rates (for some disability categories)  Standardized test scores  Employment rates We will talk about this all semester.
  16. 16. Transition Education Independent living Employment Community involvement
  17. 17. Discipline Manifestation determination  A word. Behavior modification We will talk about this all semester.

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