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CIE Unit 3

Cultural Diversity

TermDefinition
Accerleration A method of teaching gifted and talented students in which they do the same work as other students, but at a faster pace.
Assimilation The absorption of an individual or a group into cultural tradition of a population or another group.
Assistive Technology The array of devices and services that help people with disabilities to perform better in their daily lives.
Bilingual Education A variety of approaches to educating students who speak a primary language other than English.
Choice Theory A theory articulated by psychiatrist William Glasser holding that humans have fundamental needs such as survival, love, power, freedom, and fun, and that throughout our lives our actions are attempts to satisfy these needs.
Cultural Pluralism An approach to diversity for individuals that calls for understanding and appreciating cultural differences.
Culturally Responsive Teaching A method of embracing students' cultural backgrounds by modifying classroom conditions or activities to include elements that relate to the students' culture.
Enrichment A method of teaching gifted and talented students in which they are allowed or assigned to do additional work to make regular class assignments more challenging or meaningful to them.
Inclusion The commitment to educate each child, to the maximum extent appropriate, in the regular school and classroom, rather than moving children with disabilities to separate classes or institutions.
Individualized Education Program A management tool required for every student covered by provisions of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
Individualized Family Services Plan Similar to an individual education program for school-aged children, the IFSP specifies the services to be provided to developmentally delayed children from birth through age two.
Learning Styles Characteristic way a student learns, including such factors as the way an individual processes information, preference for competition or cooperation, and preferred environmental conditions such as lighting or noise level.
Least Restrictive Environment A requirement of the Education for All Handicapped Children Act that students with disabilities should participate in regular education programs to the greatest extent appropriate.
Limited English Proficient Team for students whose native language is not English and who have difficulty understanding and using English.
Mainstreaming The practice of placing special education students in general education classes for at least part of the school day while also providing additional services, programs, or classes as needed.
Multicultural Education An approach to education that recognizes cultural diversity and foster cultural enrichment of all children and youth.
Multiple Intelligences A theory of intelligence out forth by Howard Gardner that identifies at least eight dimensions of intellectual capacities that people use to approach problems and create products.
Special Education Educational programming provided by schools to meet the needs of students with disabilities.
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