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adolescence final

Runaway Explorers want adventure and independence, let parents know they have left and usually return on their own
Runaway Social Pleasure conflict with parents about rules/freedoms, sneak way to do what they want to do
Runaway Manipulators "if you don't let me do this, then I'll run away" this is how they resolve their problems
Runaway Realists escaping bad situations in their house, maybe violence or drugs, bu also have their own drug/alcohol problems
Endangered Runaways trying to get to a safer place, usually escaping abuse and may have own drug/alcohol problems
Constructivist Approach a learner-centered approach that emphasizes the adolescent's active, cognitive construction of knowledge and understanding with guidance from the teacher
Direct Instruction approach a teacher-centered approach characterized by teacher direction and control, mastery of academic skills, high expectations fro students and maximum time spent on learning tasks
Top-dog Phenomenon the circumstance of moving from the top position to the lowest postion
Public Law 94-142 the education for all handicapped children act, which requires all students with disabilities to be given a free, appropriate education
Individuals with Disabilities education act act spelling out broad mandates for services to all children with disabilities. these include evaluation and eligibility determination, appropriate education and an individualized education plan and education in the least restrictive environment
Least Restrictive Environment efforts to educate the child or adolescent with a disability in this setting has been given a legal basis
Inclusion children/adolescents with special education needs full-time education in the regular classroom
Adolescents who are gifted adolescents who have above-average or superior talent in some domain, such as art, music or mathematics
Created by: sundink