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Chapter _11 Vocab

Accommodations in teaching modifications to the environment learning strategies or materials that are made to help students with particular special needs succeed in the classroom
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) A learning disability characterized by difficulty in concentrating on learning
Auditory learners people who learn best by hearing or listening to information
Autism significantly impaired communication, learning, and reciprocal social interactions
Behaviorism a theory based on belife that individuals' behavoir is determinded by forces in the environment that are beyond their control
Special education educational setting that provides adapted programs, extra staff, and specialized equipment, learning environment, or materials to help
Special needs a broad range of physical, mental, social, and behavorial challenges that impact learning
Stereotyping the process of attributing behavoiral chracteristics to all members of a group
Visual learners people who learn best if information is presented in a way they can see
Visual motor coordination involves matching body movements to coordinate with what is seen
Created by: MollyMaeMatheny