Self-contained classroom General Education Classroom with itinerant teacher Hospital Residential School Part Time Resource Room General Education Classroom Special Day School General Education Classroom with Resource Room Support General Education Classroom with Consultant
<ul><li>The purpose of the general education classroom is to teach the curriculum to students without disabilities. If a student with a disability is placed in this setting, the only support the student would be served is by the general education teacher. </li></ul>General Education Classroom
The student remains in the general education classroom. The special education teacher works with the general education teacher outside the classroom to implement strategies or modifications to the curriculum for the student with disabilities. General Education Classroom with Consultant
The itinerant teacher is a special education teacher who travels from school to school to serve a variety of needs to students with disabilities. The itinerant teacher gives advice, resources and support to the student, teacher, and parent. The majority of itinerant teachers serve students with vision or hearing disabilities. General Education Classroom with Itinerant Teacher
General Education Classroom with Resource Room Support The special education teacher may work directly with the student with disabilities in the general education setting. The special education teacher may indirectly work with the general education teacher to adapt or modify instructional techniques for the students with disabilities.
Part Time Resource Room Students with disabilities attend a general education classroom but are pulled out to receive one on one or group instructional support. The student with disabilities may be pulled out several hours per day or for block of time every week.
Self Contained Class Students with disabilities receive instructional support in the special education classroom. These students have significant behavior problems or require intensive support. The student with disabilities may participate in the general education classroom in related arts or other school activities. A paraprofessional may accompany the student in this setting.
Special Day School Students with disabilities who have moderate to severe cognitive and physical disabilities or serious emotional disabilities attend a special day school. High levels of specialized services are served. To interact with students without disabilities, a learning buddy may be brought to the special day school.
Residental Home Students who have severe emotional, cognitive, sensory or physical disabilities attend a residential school that provides housing options. Incarcerated adults in the juvenile justice system between 18 and 21 years old are also placed in a residential school.
The itinerant teacher travels to the hospital and can also travel to the student’s home for a specific time each week. Home or Hospital Students who are medically fragile, had surgery, emotional crisis, or other medical treatments receive instructional support at home or the hospital.