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Basic Information of Ed Practices and Theories

IEP Written document required by IDEA that describes an educational plan for student with disability
IEP Development mtg held within 30 days after determine disability by team of professionals, parents, couselors must have parent consent, reviewed and revised as necessary once a year
IEP Parts Present levels of acheivement & func. performance, annual goals, objectives, evaluation procedures, SPED services, special factors, special factors, LRE, support, trans. services, progress reports, parental rights, extended school year
IEP purpose set reasonable learning goals state services that school district will provide child
Learning Goals (mastery goals) evidence *more likely to take challenging classes *less likely to give up in diff. situation *less regard shown for other student performance
Learning Goals (mastery goals) definition Goals of student who's motivated by a desire for knowledge and self-improvement
Performance Goals def. goals of students who desire recognition and good grades
Performance Goals evidence more likely to choose easier classes more likely to quit a challeng more likely to cheat
Inclusion how often they stay in gen. ed class deals with students who have mild disabilities cooperating learning is good strat for teaching
Partial inclusion students stay in gen ed class and special classroom
Full Inclusion where students stay in gen ed class all day long study by Calhoun & Elliott show special students in full inclusion did better academically than those placed in special programs without nondisabled.
Cooperating Learning Strategies student teams-acheivement divisions (STAD), cooperating integrated reading and composition(CIRC), Jigsaw, learning together, group investigation
Student Teams-Acheivement Divisions (STAD) 4-member learning teams that are mixed in performance, gender, and ethnicity
Cooperative Integraded Reading and Composition (CIRC) Teaches reading and writing in upper elementary grades for 4-member learning teams
Jigsaw Students assigned to 6-member teams to work on academic material that has been broken down into sections (Biography inot early life)
Learning Together Students work in 4-5 member heterogeneous groups- work together on assignments
Group Investigation Students work in small groups using cooperating inquiry, group discussion, planning and projects
Direct Instruction Teaching approach that a\emphasized teacher control of most classroom events and presentation fo structured lessons.
Elements of Direct Instruction active teaching: clear lesson organization-step by step progression through subtopics, use of many examples, demos, and visual prompts lesson should be goal oriented
Effects of Direct Instruction Low achievers and at-risk students have had strong + effects Can improve teaching of basic skills has focused on math, reading in elementary
IDEA '97 Ammendment of Disability Education Act in 1997 Provide framework to improve educational outcomes Requrre students with dis. to have access to gen ed Incorporate RB Practices, involve parent, welcomes all children, believes all children can be successful
Strengths of IDEA '97 individlaized approach research conducted to support student acheivement includes providing med. assistance if will assist student progress learning.
Classroom Management deals with all things teacher can do to help student become productive learners encompasses discipline and or control designed to prevent problems instead of react to them effective environment--LRE
Principles of Least Intervention prevent & correct misbehaviors by using simplest intervention
Procedures of Least Intervention Teacher enthusiasm, vary activities, keep interest Non-verbal: eye contact, close vicinity, +: praise correct behavior, verbal cues, repeat reminders, consequences
Brown vs Board of Ed 1951- 20 children try enroll in closest school denied enrollment because of segregration Supreme Court 1954- Topeka, KS African Am. allowed in class Plessy vs. Ferguson
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