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SPED 101

study guides for SPED 500

Who is the father of special Education Jean Itard
Which are three high incidence disabilites. Learning Disability, Speech and Language and Intellectual
Which are the three low incidence disabilities Visually impaired, Traumatic Brain Injury and Deaf blindness
Which Act guarantees basic civil rights to all people with disabilities and requires the provision of accomodation Rehabilitation Act of 1973, section 504
reduces the capacity of a specific task disability
impact or consequence imposed by the envirnoment handicap
FAPE Free Appropriate Public Education
How many categories does SPED have 13 or 14
adapts the curriculum so more students can access it Universal Design for learning
those that a Sped teacher can not provide related services
least restrictive environment full inclusion
most restrictive environment Residencial School
Enlarge text, sign language interpreter, Audio and Braille books Instructional Accomodation
Test modifications or assignents Instructional Modification
Adjust for different learning styles differentiated instruction
Guarantees all children with disabilities FAPE (use ACRONYM) IDEA
IEP Individualez Education Program
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