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SPED 305

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Culture attitudes, values, and belief systems, norms, and traditions shared by a partner that forms heritage
multiculturalism referring to more than one culture acknowledges basic commonalities while appreciating differences
multicultural education ambiguous concept that deals with issues of race, language, social class as well as gender and disability
bilingual education an educational approach whereby students whose first language is not English are instructed primarily in their native tongue
how is cultural and linguist diversity affecting American classrooms -a growing number of minority groups are making up school population. -staff diversity has not grown. -a over-representation of minority students in special education
transitional programs instructed in their home language then transition to all English classroom
maintenance program maintain proficiency in home language while receiving instruction in English
enrichment program a program used for monolingual children who are introduced to a new program
immersion program "sink or swim" all English classroom
ESL program "English as a second language" children receive English instruction outside of the classroom
sheltered English all instruction in English and no attempt to keep native language
What are two issues behind diversity and sped -greater number of minority groups in sped -bias test results given to minority students
Studies show that it is not a child's ethnicity that determines a need for sped but rather.. the socioeconomic statutes
What are some challenges with assessments -standardize test are mostly English only -inappropriate test taking standards
What are two improvements made to assessment biases - limiting content biases -challenging the test environment - K-ABC a test that limits the need for verbal abilities
antagonistic relationship a partnership where parents were seen as the cause and professionals are the solution
working relationship a parent is has a key role in the decision making of the planning and programs choices.
parent empowerment a collaboration of both the parent and professionals all sharing and collaborating to insure the best solutions for the child
family characteristics size, cultural background, socioeconomic statues
family interactions (two factors) -cohesion, the degree of independence of each family member - adaptability, the degree in which a family can adapt to crisis
family function the collective need of the family
family life cycle how well families handle transitions
primary emotional responses shock-anger-grief/depression
secondary emotional responces guilt-anger-shame
tertiary emotional responses bargaining-adaptation-acceptance
what are three affects a child with disabilities has on a family -mother can feel overwhelmed with the new transitions -father tends to look at further consequences -can bring a lot of stress and marital tension
what are some negative reaction a sibling can have from a sibling being disabled depression or resentment can develop also a certain amount of jealousy
what is a postive reaction a sibling can have from a sibling being disabled creates a better tolerance toward others
What are some differences that might occur with a family of linguistically and culturally different backgrounds they might not define certain disabilities as a disability also might not use the same method of treatments
what are three practices a professional should perform when working in family partnership -actively listen to parents -explain terminology being used -always keep parents informed
Created by: jablazak