Category: Special Education

  • Read the following paragraph written by Sybilla Beckmann: “I wrote Mathematics f

    Read the following paragraph written by Sybilla Beckmann: “I wrote Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers with Activities to help future elementary school teachers develop a deep understanding of the mathematics they will teach. People commonly think that elementary school mathematics is simple and that it shouldn’t require college-level study to teach it. But to teach […]

  • Assessment Description Students with moderate to severe disabilities often have

    Assessment Description Students with moderate to severe disabilities often have specific medical and health care needs. Teachers who work with students with moderate to severe disabilities will need to be aware of those needs and the details of how to ensure those needs are met at school with the help of support staff and service […]

  • The inclusion of individuals with disabilities, both in schools and in the community

    The inclusion of individuals with disabilities, both in schools and in the community, has changed significantly over the last 100 years. This has been influenced by a variety of events, court cases, and laws. It is important for special education teachers to be aware of what has instigated these changes. In addition, special education teachers […]

  • Part of a special educator’s responsibilities include understanding the characte

    Part of a special educator’s responsibilities include understanding the characteristics of the major disability categories and how the characteristics affect typical development. When conducting observations and consulting with staff who work with students with disabilities, teachers must be able to articulate the differences in development and prescribe appropriate interventions. Understanding the effect of culture and […]

  • Decision-making for students with disabilities should include all relevant stake

    Decision-making for students with disabilities should include all relevant stakeholders. Collaboration with families concerning the practical application of assessment results to the classroom setting is important for building trust and rapport. School-based team members can contribute feedback on how to incorporate assessment results into the development of the IEP. Special education teachers should be up-to-date […]

  • Develop an original resource(s) (e.g., paper, PPT, checklist, outline, or handou

    Develop an original resource(s) (e.g., paper, PPT, checklist, outline, or handouts) to use before, during, and after an IEP meeting. The resource includes information that can help reduce a teacher’s or parent’s anxiety regarding the meeting and help you ensure a productive IEP meeting. Include a minimum of five elements (e.g., tips, required actions, optional […]

  • Question 1 What does it mean to be literate? Question 2 How is literacy define

    Question 1 What does it mean to be literate? Question 2 How is literacy defined? Answer the above questions. Your written response should be no less than four paragraphs. Support your response using Journal Articles and your textbook. Free textbook : https://archive.org/details/guidedreadinggoo0000foun_d0a4

  • As part of the IEP team, general education teachers and special education teache

    As part of the IEP team, general education teachers and special education teachers must possess an understanding of the eligibility categories used to determine whether a student is eligible to receive special education services. General education teachers and special education teachers must collaborate and communicate in a professional and articulate manner with school psychologists, related […]

  • 1. IDEA emphasizes the value of including individuals with disabilities in the g

    1. IDEA emphasizes the value of including individuals with disabilities in the general education classroom. Provide two examples of how students with moderate to severe disabilities can be included with their non-disabled peers and discuss the following. Explain why it is beneficial for non-disabled students to have this interaction. Discuss how interactions between disabled and […]

  • Please indicate in assignment part a and b. Thank you! Part A Search the Interne

    Please indicate in assignment part a and b. Thank you! Part A Search the Internet for websites that are resources for paraeducators. You can start with recommendations from “E-Partners” (text page 264). These sites provide extensive information for paraeducators including access to materials that provide a core curriculum and training program to prepare educators as […]