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SPED 609 Formative 5

Formative Assessment 5

Modification Changing the curriculum in a manner that a student is no longer working on the same materials as the rest of the class.
Accomodation Changing the materials to allow a student access and making the curricular materials accessible in a different way
Inclusion A philosophy in which students with disabilities are educated with accommodation along side non disabled peers. This is different because they not mainstreamed!
Instructional technology Any high tech or low tech that is used in the educational setting
Assisistive Technology Any high tech or low tech device that allows a student access to either curricular materials or assists in their daily lives.
Lead and Support This is 1 teaches one assists. This is one of the more common types of co-teaching but it has a draw back of not appearing as to have equal footing.
Station Teaching The student rotate from one teacher to the next and get the materials presented in different ways or concepts taught by each teacher.
Parallel Teaching The teachers are teaching the same lesson to the group that is split
Alternative Teaching One teacher teaches a large group and the other does smaller pull out teaching in the back or side of the room
Team Teaching Both teachers teach at the same time. This is the highest form of co-teaching.
Created by: abshickley