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  • Investigating Special Education Internet Resources

    head: INVESTIGATING SPECIAL EDUCATION INTERNET RESOURCES Investigating Special Education Internet Resources Heather Cox Grand Canyon University: SPE-330 January 29, 2012 Investigating Special Education Internet Resources TABLE OF CONTENTS Special Education Associations Page • National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET) 4 • National Education Association (NEA) 4 • International Association for Special Education (IASE) 4 Professional

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  • Classroom Observation Analysis Paper

    Running Head: Observation Analysis Paper Classroom Observation Analysis Paper Child and Adolescent Development MTE 501 University of Phoenix Kristi Vogt Synder Jesta S. Bouie-Lele September 29, 2012 Which educational theories were employed? There is an assortment of intelligence testing that goes from the Stanford-Binet intelligence test (IQ) to the information processing theories to Sternberg’s triarchic theory of intelligence and ending with Gardner’s multiple intelligences (Bee &

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  • Special Education

    The behavioral and emotional behavior will happen on a more consistent performance, rather than just a child pushing the limits. Teaching early childhood education knows that stress is sometimes a key factor to what might set these behaviors or emotions off. The stats show that more than ¾ of the children identified for special education are boys. Children with behavioral and emotional disorder have an inability to maintain a satisfactory interpersonal relationship with peers, or teachers

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  • History of Special Education

    History of Special Education Cherri Eurich Grand Canyon University: SPE-526 11/7/12 Abstract Understanding the history of special education is necessary to grasp its value today. After the 1970’s it was decided there was a growing need for reform when it came to educating children with disabilities. Over the years there have been many pieces of legislation introduced to aid in improving our nation’s special education program. Perhaps one of the most important, being the Individuals with

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  • Classroom Observation Analysis

    . Classroom Observation Analysis . Abstract Many instructional approaches exist that have been developed to reach more students. Teachers have to select the instructional approaches that work best for students. These approaches have been tested and researched from various theoretical perspectives. An education theory is the speculative thought of education and just like any other theory; it explains, guides, and describes the practices of education. The earliest speculation on educational

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  • History of Special Education

    History of Special Education By: Kenyata York December 5, 2012 SPE 526 ABSTRACT Individuals with disabilities have the same passion, drive, determination and ambitions of traditional students. Students living with disabilities are just as capable of learning and retaining information just like traditional students in the classroom. In today’s society, there are an abundance of laws and regulations that are in place to protect and educate individuals with disabilities. However, the idea of

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  • Online vs Classroom Education

    Online learning Vs. Classroom Learning When you’re watching T.V do you ever notice the entire commercial that they put out about going to college and doing your homework in your jammies eating cereal? I know I do. There are many different ways that you can obtain a higher education degree or certificate. You have choices of learning in a classroom environment, you can choose to take courses online, or you can choose to take both and see what option best fits your lifestyle

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  • Special Education

    Classroom Behavior Management Guidelines for Success INTRODUCTION How do the most effective teachers… • manage behavior in their multi-ethnic, multi-cultural classrooms? • develop and use classroom rules and routines? • use classroom consequences that work? • design positive behavioral supports for challenging behaviors? • avoid career- and health-threatening frustration and burnout? The establishment and maintenance of safe and supportive classrooms that contribute

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  • Special Education Philosophy

    an intricate part in how children perceive education. For the year that I teach those students it will be my actions that will entice children to want to be in school and learn. I will be in the position not only in educating them, but to get to know them as individuals. I believe that by assessing each student for their individual qualities I will be able to provide differentiated instructions to connect with each student. My direction in education is to teach middle school science. I chose

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  • Children Special Education Needs

    Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001 Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001 (c. 10), also known as SENDA, is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It is intended as an adjunct to the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, which legislated to prevent the unfair treatment of individuals, in the provision of goods and services, unless justification could be proved. This legislation was deemed necessary as the previous Act did not encompass educational organisations. This

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  • Full Inclusion in the Classroom

    Full Inclusion is the theory that children with disabilities, particularly those with learning disabilities, should be placed in regular classrooms full time. It refers to the movement that all students with disabilities, regardless of type or severity, are educated full time in a general education classroom and program. This method would allow disabled children to make friends with “normal” children and be given the opportunity to learn in a stimulating environment, where they can get the “real

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  • History of Special Education

    History of Special Education Alisha Anderson Grand Canyon University: SPE-526 June 26, 2013 Abstract Special education will continue to be transformed in a number of different ways throughout the years to come. Special Education provide different services, support systems, and resources to help meet the needs of students that have disabilities and gifted students. The history of special education have covered many issues throughout the years. There have been many laws and regulations created

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  • History of Special Education Law

    History of Special Education Law Grand Canyon University Special Education Litigation and Law SPE-350 Virginia Murray August 11, 2013 History of Special Education Law Throughout the ages, people with disabilities have been hidden away at homes or institutions and were often not educated. This was common practice and as such, when the education system was designed, children with disabilities were not even considered. Then, starting soon after the civil rights movement in the 50’s, a

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  • Inclusion Education and Adhd

    Inclusion Education and ADHD: A Hit or a Miss? Alice A. Avila-Smith COM 22 July 15, 2012 Katherine Cox Inclusion Education and ADHD Brianna, a precocious seven-year-old student diagnosed with ADHD came home from school and handed her mother a report with a turned down smile on it from her teacher indicating she was disruptive in class, earning her a time-out. Her mother asked why she talked so much in class. With a wide-eyed innocent expression on her face, Brianna says, “I don’t want

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  • Connecting the Past to the Present Special Education

    Introduction Special education has brought out the best and the worst in our society. Special education is often viewed as unreliable, inflated and in some causes even discriminatory. It’s the manner in which students are referred to and then placed in special education. In the past 30 years special education has grown in numbers. According to one in seven students, is classified as having a disability. That’s 63% more than when special education programs officially began in

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  • Special Education Laws

    1. Free and Appropriate Public Education This mandate states that every child, abled and disabled, must be provided a free and appropriate public education. (Gargiulo, 2006) 2. Least Restrictive Environment This mandate states that if a mainstream classroom is conducive to a child’s individual needs they must be educated with children without disabilities. Every effort must be made to be inclusive of a child with disabilities in a regular classroom setting alongside children with disabilities

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  • Special Education

    revision(s) (if necessary): 2. Students in the Physics & Astronomy Club are buying telescopes to watch the upcoming lunar eclipse. They found comparable telescopes, at the following prices, each either on sale or with a special pricing offer: Name of Student|Original Price|Special Offer| Russell|$ 600.00|10% off| Louis|$ 450.00|15% off| Amy|$ 550.00|$50 rebate| Stan|$ 500.00|5% off original price and $35 rebate| Bernie|$ 480.00|$40 rebate| Mike|$ 500.00|12% off| According to the table, which

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  • History of Special Education

    Special education has a very meaningful history. Special education is a complex enterprise that can be defined and evaluated from many perspectives(Heward 2013). The time frame and relation of special education play a major role in the evolvement in current and future education. The Education for All Handicapped Children Act was passed by Congress in 1975. The 1990 amendments renamed the law and changed it to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act which was mainly referred to as IDEA.

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  • Special Education: Gifted

    Special Education Your principal has come to you as a member of the Child Study Team and asked you to present an inservice to the classroom teachers of your building about their role in the IEP process. Provide detailed information about your presentation, helping teachers to understand how important their input and collaborative efforts will be to the Team process. Classroom teachers need to do a number of things as participants in the IEP process. It is, after all, a process that is ongoing

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  • Improve Classroom Inclusion

    Improve an Inclusion Classroom Chapter I: Introduction Problem There are a lot of controversies about inclusion classrooms. Some believe inclusion means full inclusion, or a child being confined to a self-contained classroom. While others believe that inclusive classrooms welcomes all children, yet realize that for some students the general education placement may not be the best option. Since there are no specific guidelines that teachers and parents follow for an inclusion classroom, trial and

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  • What Is Special Education

    Journal 2 Weekly Journal 2 Patty Daniel Grand Canyon University SPE 526 Educating Learners with Diverse Needs September 14, 2010 Introduction What is special education? Special education means specially designed individualized program or service to meet the unique needs of students with disabilities. The steps in the special education process starts with a referral. Students suspected of having a disability are referred to a multidisciplinary team to determine eligibility for services. Then

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  • Special Education

    curriculum. It is critical that special education teachers know how to differentiate between typical individual differences among children without disabilities and differences that may indicate a disability that requires interventions and/or specialized designed instruction. In addition, special education teachers need to know the most common types of disabilities that students may experience and how those disabilities affect their ability to learn and their behavior in the classroom. Competency 1 thus focuses

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  • History of Special Education

    eliminate inappropriate referrals for special education. Pre-referral supports general education teachers when they have students who exhibit academic or behavioral problems. During the pre-referral process, teachers document and explain the various difficulties and challenges that the student has and finds various instructional interventions to see if progress can be made. The pre-referral process helps students to not to be misidentified and placed in a special education program. If modifications/accommodations

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  • Working with Special Education Students

    Brendan T. McCarthy September 10, 2012 Dr. Marisa D. Roach Scott School of Education The University of North Carolina at Pembroke Question 2 As a teacher who has worked with students of varying abilities for the last 15 years, I have worked with students with special needs quite often. This activity provided me with the opportunity to reflect on my level of interest in working with special education. The majority of my responses were in the 5 – 7 point range, but two responses fell

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  • Special Needs Characteristics of Children with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders That Affect Inclusion in Regular Education

    CRITICAL EVALUATION OF A PSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH PAPER The aim of this report is to critique the research paper entitled “Special Needs Characteristics of Children with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders That Affect Inclusion in Regular Education”, by Stoutjesdik, Scholte, & Swaab (2012). The aim of the research paper is to determine the special needs characteristics of children with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders (EBD) that predict the placement of these children in restrictive school settings

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  • Special Education History

    Explain the concept of special education. What is the impact of both cultural diversity and linguistic diversity on special education? Special education is a specialized program that provides support, additional services, placements and or environments that help to make sure that all students’ needs are met within the educational system. There are a lot of students who meet the special education criteria and these programs are designed to address their needs at no cost to the parents. The United

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  • Aed Special Education Paper

    Channeling Students into Special Services As I read the text and at the end of the initial evaluation, it seems Jeffrey will need special services when he enters school. The reason I say this is because Jeffrey is 17 years old and only reads on about a 4th grader level. Therefore there needs to be a referral for the student for initial evaluation, so that it can be known what type of supports Jeffery may need. From the referral, he was classified as having a learning disability, so therefore

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  • Roles and Responsibilities in Special Education

    Responsibilities in Special Education Melinda Harper Grand Canyon University Special Education Program Development and Funding 523 Dr. Justina Kwapy July 16, 2014 Roles and Responsibilities in Special Education The world of education is anything but static. It is in a constant state of change with everyone hoping to do the greater good for our children. Roles and responsibilities of those who help the children continue to grow and evolve, and educators learn how to manage the diverse classrooms of today

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  • History of Special Education

    History of Special Education Grand Canyon University: SPE 526 June 25, 2014 ABSTRACT Special education has been at the center point of education for the past decades. The foundations of education never considered those with disabilities important or relevant in the classroom. Therefore, disabled students did not receive fair or equal treatment. Over the past century teachers, governments, and families have worked to create laws and regulations to ensure that students with disabilities have

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  • Inclusion in Education

    Roosevelt). Since topic of inclusion in education came to the forefront there has been plenty of conversations as well as some confusion and uneasiness from all parties involved. Inclusion is an issue that has outspoken advocates on all sides, whether loyally for, frankly against, or somewhere in the middle. There is no doubt schools will need to change to accommodate an inclusive approach in order to provide services to students with disabilities. Inclusion is not only about making changes

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  • The Inclusion Classroom

    The Inclusion Classroom Sky King said, "Inclusion is as much about (special needs) kids reaching their potential as it is about [typical] kids reaching their compassion potential” (as cited in everyoneisincluded, 2012). This implies that inclusion in the classroom has the potential of benefitting both special-needs students along with typical students, and there is evidence that supports the idea. However, there is evidence to the contrary as well. The theme of the deliberation revolves around

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  • Special Education and American Law

    Abstract The major legal issues, case law, and arguments, are investigated as a parent of a special needs student fosters a complaint that her daughter is subjected to harassment on the school bus by fellow students. This case study questions whether the lack of concern from the bus driver and negligence from the school district was the essential catalyst of her daughters’ harassment, torment, and sexual abuse. After several incidents of unsupervised abuse, the mother criticized the school

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  • Philosophy of Special Education

    Philosophy of Special Education Marchelle Mitchell EDU 535 February 4, 2015 Valerie Klaus Philosophy of Special Education The purpose of schooling is to help our special education students to be functional and independent in the real world. I want them to learn how to deal with real life situations and to be able to understand and adapt to the changes it may bring. For example, being an autism teacher of high school students, my philosophy is different than of an autism teacher of elementary

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  • Thehistory of Special Education

    The History of Special Education and the Laws Associated with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Latrena Y. Haynes Grand Canyon University: SPE - 526 March 05, 2014 Abstract Special education is a type of education for students with special needs. The term is usually abbreviated as SPED which can also mean Saving People Every Day. This includes people who are different from normal people whether they are a baby, toddler, young adult, or an adult. This includes people

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  • History of Special Education

    History of Special Education Erin Hauser SPE/300 May 4, 2015  Tabatha Astacio Arce Introduction Special Education has come a long way particularly since the enactment of two federal laws: the EHA (Education for All Handicapped Children Act) and the IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act). The EHA requires public education for all children with disabilities and the IDEA requires special education for those children. How Terminology Has Changed The term “mental retardation”

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  • History of Special Education

    History of Special Education The field of education has been around for a very long time, but special education has not always been around. In fact, for many years it wasn’t even accepted in the world of education. In the past, students with special needs were often not allowed to go to public school because of their disabilities. However, in today’s world, they have a right to free public education and most of the time benefit greatly from some of the resources that are available. Special education

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  • Special Education

    How can ICT support the learning of children with special educational How can ICT support the learning of children with special educational needs? ICT can support the learning of children with special educational needs [SEN]. It enables children with SEN to overcome barriers to learning by providing alternative or additional methods of communicating within the learning process. Moreover, it also helps teachers to create a supportive framework, which can enable autonomous learning. When

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  • Special Education

    evaluation was conducted on a scenario centered on the politics of education. To evaluate the scenario, laws and statues as well as similar court cases will be compared and used to determine proper action for and against the presented scenario. The scenario entails about a high school principal refusing to provide special education to a severely disabled tenth-grade student. The principal is very prominent as she worked as a special education teacher and an assistant principal in a wealthy school district

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  • Education of Special Learner

    2015 Mark Mendez Special Education and the Implications of Attitude, Litigation, and Legislation A person’s initial reaction when they see a child with special needs is typically compassion; however that is not and has not always been the case. For this very reason the federal and state governments have put into action certain laws to protect these children and their families. There is always room for improvement but it is a good start and has helped with providing education to fit the individual

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  • The Disadvantages of Technology in Classroom Education

    Technology has also affected humans in classroom education. Since technology has been introduced as a medium for teaching back in 1900s, it has gradually replaced the human teachers and now students mostly rely on computers, television and other electronic mediums. Although these technology brings certain benefits in the classroom, it causes some students to be distracted and unmotivated to learn at school because they believe that learning by themselves using the computer is a much better and faster

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  • Special Education

    learned all about Thasya Lumingke was and her struggles with autism. There were many things that I was able to learn from this case study that will help me be a better teacher one day. One thing that particularly stood out to me was the way the special needs teacher illustrated the commitment to her job. She talks about how teachers need to be willing to work with students no matter how hard it may be. No teacher should ever give up on his or her students. This would be wrong. Yes, teaching is

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  • Special Education Law Review

    IDEA, the Individual with Disabilities Education Act, is our nation’s special education law. The IDEA guides how states, school districts, and public agencies provide early intervention, special education and related services to more than 6.5 million eligible infants, toddlers, children and youth with disabilities. The ADA protects the civil rights of people with disabilities in all aspects of employment, in accessing public services such as transportation, and guaranteeing access to

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  • Life of Special Education Teacher

    The Life of a Special Education Teacher July 13, 2011 AED/222 The different ways Special Education teachers of severe disabled students are to look past the student and to be very “non judgmental” and appreciate the small steps/goals the student is making and work up from there. It can be very frustrating for the teachers with all the demands of paperwork with IEP’s and the portfolios of every student in their classroom. Also, with in the classrooms interruptions with professionals (i.e

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  • Inclusion in the Classroom

    Topic: Inclusion in the classroom General Purpose: To give a general overview on the benefits of inclusion in the classroom. Specific Purpose: To persuade the general public that inclusion is best for special needs students. Central Idea: The No Child Left Behind Act is assuring that children with special needs achieve the education level they are capable of. I. Introduction A. Attention Getter: If you were the parent of a special needs child, wouldn’t you you expect the school system to

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  • The Disadvantages of Technology in Classroom Education

    Technology has also affected humans in classroom education. Since technology has been introduced as a medium for teaching back in 1900s, it has gradually replaced the human teachers and now students mostly rely on computers, television and other electronic mediums. Although these technology brings certain benefits in the classroom, it causes some students to be distracted and unmotivated to learn at school because they believe that learning by themselves using the computer is a much better and faster

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  • My Special Education Philosophy

    SPECIAL EDUCATION - PHILOSOPHY My Special Education Philosophy S. Bruce Butrym Grand Canyon University: SPE 529N January 26TH, 2012 My Special Education Philosophy Philosophy…Webster defines that thought as, “a discipline comprising as a core logic, aesthetics, ethics, metaphysics, and epistemology.” With all due respect to Mr. Webster, combining the

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  • Special Education Teaching Philosophy

    Katherine Fox My Teaching Philosophy The elementary age is a crucial time in students’ lives as this is when they are exposed to classroom learning for the first time. It is at this period when most students form their opinions on school which, typically, last their whole school careers. Teachers play a vital role in forming this outlook. I believe this because of my younger brother, Drew. He has never liked school, and school was a constant struggle for him, my mother, and my father. Drew’s dislike

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  • Special Education

    The lack of parental participation in special education remains an issue. Despite putting different practices in place for children with learning disabilities it seems the attention and the drive to do it is not there. Parental Involvement is still limited whether it is because of not understanding the disability of the child or severity, or becoming overwhelmed or just no time because of lack of time management. This paper gives a study of facts and details of things that can possible aide in getting

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  • Special Education

    Special Education For Children With Disabilities Millions of children in our nation are identified as being "children with disabilities". Prior to the 1960s, millions of children with disabilities received inadequate or inappropriate special education services from the public schools and another 1 million children were excluded from school altogether. Disabilities such as autism, poverty, and racism are just a few of the “disabilities” that have blocked the pathways of over a million people thought

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  • Special Education and the Principles of Nclb

    Special Education and the Principles of NCLB Rebecca Foster AED/222 October 30, 2011 Paula Alysha Glover Special Education and the Principles of NCLB The No Child Left behind Act, (NCLB 2001), was designed to raise the standard for education in the United States. This act has five core principles that have been the foundation of the NCLB act which have each had pros and cons. States are responsible for being accountable for goal setting as well as for showing improvement of test results

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