Who are
students with
disabilities?
Analyzing Unmet Needs
• What are specific examples?
• Is there a chronic pattern negatively
affecting learning?
• Are the ...
The 13 categories under IDEA include:
Autism
Deaf or Blindness
Developmental Delays
Emotional Disturbance
Hearing Impairme...
Qualified Person with a Disability
• Must have a physical or mental impairment
which substantially limits a major life act...
General Teaching Strategies
• Provide framework for learning.
Ex. Advance Organizer
• Model the processes and strategies.
...
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Who are students with disabilities

  1. 1. Who are students with disabilities?
  2. 2. Analyzing Unmet Needs • What are specific examples? • Is there a chronic pattern negatively affecting learning? • Are the unmet needs becoming more serious as time passes? • Is the student’s learning/behavior significantly different from the classmates?
  3. 3. The 13 categories under IDEA include: Autism Deaf or Blindness Developmental Delays Emotional Disturbance Hearing Impairments Mental Retardation Multiple Disabilities Orthopaedic Impairments Other Health Impairments Specific Learning Disabilities Speech and Language Impairments Traumatic Brain Injury Visual Impairments.
  4. 4. Qualified Person with a Disability • Must have a physical or mental impairment which substantially limits a major life activity (e.g., learning). • Learning substantially limited if no educational benefit. • Qualified person with disability must be provided aids, benefits, or services as effective as those provided non disabled students.
  5. 5. General Teaching Strategies • Provide framework for learning. Ex. Advance Organizer • Model the processes and strategies. Ex. Cognitive Training (Direct Instruction) • Present information in multiple ways. Ex. Modeling/Story Telling • Allow students to demonstrate learning in multiple ways. Ex. Concept maps, oral test, role play • Teach students to use memory strategy Ex. Categorization, keyword method • Teach self-management & self-monitoring. • Use learning tool and aids. Ex. Use of computers • Adjust workload and time. Mastery is more important!
  6. 6. PECS video
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