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Special Education

Definitions of select special education terms

One teach, one support One teacher plans and provides instruction while the other teacher moves throughout the room offering individual support
Parallel Teaching Both teachers plan together but split the classroom into two groups to provide instruction
Station Teaching The classroom is divided into various learning centers with each teacher at one center; some centers are independent practice while both teachers provide small group instruction
Alternative Teaching One teacher provides instruction to most of the class while the other provides instruction in a small group setting
Team Teaching Planning and instruction is provided by both teachers taking turns to provide instruction
accomodation instruction and requirements on assignments remain the same, but supports are in place to deliver instruction such as more time on assignments or tests read orally
modification instruction and requirements on assignments are changed usually into smaller portions or to a lower standard
inclusion delivering instruction to special needs students in the general education classroom
instructional technology technology that aids in delivering instruction to students
assistive technology technology that is used to accommodate a student based on their individual needs; technology such as speech to text, computer aided instruction, braille keyboards, etc.
Created by: raflorence