Exceptionalities Final

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Exceptionalities Final
2013-12-09 12:46:18
WVWC Exceptionalities

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  1. 2 types of hearing loss
    • conductive- middle and outer ear
    • sensorinueral- inner ear or nerve
  2. accommodations for deaf students
    face students when speaking
  3. expanded core curriculum
    includes skills such as orientation and mobility, braille reading, independent living skills and use of assistive technology in addition to the general education
  4. accommodations for blind students
    • don't use vague words such as it, there, her, he, we
    • make the classroom safe
    • don't move furniture
    • use multisensory approaches for teaching
  5. name an app and explain how it can be used
    SAS Flash cards w/ text to speech capabilties
  6. list two psychosocial things kids might feel
    • secluded from not being fully involved
    • clumsy
  7. autistic savant
    an individual who displays many behaviors associated w/ autism yet also possesses discrete abilities and unusual talents
  8. early signs of ASD in children less than 24 months
    • family history
    • poor response to other's voices
  9. effective instruction for ASD
    • teach-
    • attention
    • imitation
    • making requests
    • compliance
    • play with objects
    • play with others
  10. Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
    autism, aspergers, and Pervasive developmental disorder- not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS)
  11. Name 3 of the 5 disorders on the Autism Spectrum
    • Autistic Disorder/ Classic Autism
    • Rett's Disorder/ Rett SyndromeChildhood Disintegrative Disorder
    • Asperger's Syndrome¬†
    • Pervasive Developmental Disorder- Not Otherwise Specified
  12. Give a specific example of Autistic Behavior and explain how you would use a technique to help a student with that behavior in your classroom.
    not focused in class- use motivator
  13. 2 types of TBI
    penetrating and close head injuries
  14. name a cognitive characteristic of TBI
    short-term memory problems
  15. twice exceptional students
    • gifted students with disabilities
    • *focus on gifted 1st and their disability 2nd
  16. 2 characteristics of gifted students
    • very observant
    • excellent memory
  17. 2 best practices for gifted and talented students
    • Mentoring
    • Acceleration