EC book notes: Chapter 2

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  1. What does IFSP stand for and what is it's purpose?
    • Individualized family service plans
    • for infants and toddlers 0-2 years old
    • document that ensures the infant will receive special help
  2. What does IEP stand for and what ages is it for?
    • Individualised education program
    • schooldchildren 3-21 years old
  3. What are the 9 components of an IEP?
    • current preformance
    • goals
    • special ed and related services
    • participation with students without disabilities
    • participation in state and district wide testing
    • dates and places
    • transition service needs
    • age of majority
    • measuring progress
  4. When do students start dealing with a transitional plan?
    when they are 16 years old
  5. What does IAES stand for and when is it implemented?
    • Interim alternative educational setting
    • for when a student is a threat but has a disability
  6. What does FBA stand for and what is it for?
    • functional behavioral assessment
    • evalutes to determine the exact nature of the problem behaviors
  7. What is the idea that sidewalks with ramps help both people with disabilities and those without?
    universal design
  8. What is an example of universal design in educaton?
    ebooks
  9. what are examples of accommodations?
    • enlarged text
    • sign language interpreter
    • audio versions of books
    • braille
  10. What are examples of modifications?
    • assignments and tests are altered
    • you spend part of the day with a resource teacher
  11. What does AT stand for and what is its purpose?
    • assistive technology
    • low or high tech to help students with disabilities
  12. what is the name of the program where special education is brought to the students in the classroom alone?
    pull-in program
  13. what is the program called when studetns are take out of the general classroom to a special education room or resource room?
    pull-out program
  14. what is it called when they mix people of different disabilities all into one group?
    • cross-categorical grouping
    • non-categorical grouping
  15. What are examples of related services?
    • speech therapy
    • physical therapy
    • assistive technology
  16. What are the 7 steps of the IEP process?
    • prereferral
    • referral
    • identification
    • eligibility
    • development of IEP
    • implementation of IEP
    • evaluation and review
  17. How often is the student evalutated for eligibility for an IEP?
    every 3 years
  18. what are three clues that someone is teaching with differentiated instruction?
    • giving options for assignments
    • changing different teaching methods for different students
    • splitting class by skill level
  19. a variety of ways to accommadate individual's needs
    array of services
  20. services of increasing intensity and duration
    continuum of services
  21. what is it called when a special ed teacher is used as a resource?
    consulting teacher
  22. professionals working together to provide services
    collaboration
  23. what is an example of a paraprofessional in special education?
    teacher's aid
  24. taking students out of a main stream classroom for a couple of hours a day for special intervention
    pull-out program
  25. give 5 examples of related services
    • occupational therapy
    • speech therapy
    • physical therapy
    • pychiatrists
    • translators
  26. how can you determine if a medical service is also a related service?
    if a school nurse can preform the task
  27. who needs to be part of the multidisciplinary team for an IEP?
    • general education teacher
    • special education teacher
    • parents
    • school administrator
    • student
    • specialists
    • community
  28. who is the professional that provides oversight of services?
    service coordinators
  29. some key components of these plans?
    • program for prevention for infants and young children
    • major expected outcomes
    • name a service coordinator
    • when and for how long service are supplied
    • review every 6 months with family
  30. evaluation based on things students have studied in class?
    authentic assessment
  31. what tests can identify and qualify students for special education?
    • national IQ or achievement tests
    • high stakes testing
  32. What are some accomadations for state-testing?
    • setting- solitary room
    • response- spoken rather than written
    • scheduling- extended time
    • presentation- read aloud

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