MIDTERM QUESTION GUIDE FROM MY EXAMS
MIDTERM QUESTION GUIDE FROM MY EXAMS
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Question 1 The way in which a particular framework is used to develop approve and disseminate new information is called Cognitive knowledge Metacognition Cognitive style Knowledge construction Question 2 The preferred strategy for reaching the English pro ciency standard is Bilingual education Sheltered English Equity pedagogy English as a Second Language Question 3 An informal way of settling disagreements among professionals and parents regarding the special education services of a child is Mediation Due process Positive communication strategies Collaboration Question 4 Tara is an elementary student diagnosed with autism She is currently in the general education classroom but is having dif culty functioning in this setting Her family is happy with her placement but the teacher feels a change is needed Tara39s placement can be changed by The student39s team with parent permission The student39s team without parent permission The student39s family The school administrator Question 5 Showing favoritism toward a particular group that occurs at multiple levels within a society or institution is called Cognitive style Teacher attitude Systemic bias Knowledge construction Question 6 General education resource separate class separate school residential facilities home and hospital are the options for providing educational services to students with disabilities These options are called Continuum of services Continuum of placements Least restrictive environment Special education services Question 7 Who are the central members of the IEP team Educators Parents Administrators Students Question 8 Early childhood special educators generally are expected to Have knowledge primarily about one disability because they tend to be assigned to one type of program Have knowledge primarily about behavioral concerns as those are the most important aspect of early childhood development Have knowledge about a wide range of disabilities Have knowledge about early childhood physical therapy Question 9 When students receive services outside of the regular classroom between 21 and 60 percent of the day they are in which setting A separate classroom A separate school A resource setting A general education classroom Question 10 Which individuals sometimes conduct lessons for an entire class to resolve issues in peer relationships School psychologist Social worker School counselor Special educator 1 The term quotinclusionquot Is speci cally featured in the newest reauthorization of IDEA WRONG Appears in several places in federal legislation governing the education of students with disabilities Does not appear in federal legislation governing the education of students with disabilities CORRECT Appears in several places in federal legislation but not in state legislations Question 2 1 As Mrs Vanstory read over the transcript of one of her new students Audrey she was amazed Audrey had a long and colorful history of medication dif culties and multiple behavioral challenges Mrs Vanstory later called her close friend who was also a teacher at another school and proceeded to tell her Audrey39s history How did she violate the rights of both Audrey and her family Information about a student must be shared in person not over the phone or email She didn39t have permission from Audrey39s parents to access Audrey39s le Information regarding a student with a disability may not be shared with anyone who is not directly working with the student RIGHT Only the administrator and counselor can access student39s records Question 3 1 What groups of students are NOT speci cally included in IDEA Students who are gifted students with multiple disabilities and students who are homeless Students who are gifted students with ADHD and students who are at risk for school failure RIGHT Students who are gifted students with other health impairments and students who are atrisk Students who live in poverty students who are born addicted to cocaine and students with autism Question 4 1 Preferential seating computer access and a oneonone teaching assistant are examples of Special Education Free and Appropriate Education Related Services Supplemental Aids and Services RIGHT Question 5 1 Marty39s dysfunctional behavior is so severe he is no longer able to learn alongside his peers Which would be the most appropriate intervention to decrease Marty39s dysfunctional behavior Negative behavior supports Positive behavior supports PROBABLY Assistive technology WRONG Universal Design for Learning Question 8 1 An educator39s role is to Convince families that their child has a disability Help families be realistic about their children Act as a case manager refer families to a variety of resources Offer assistance to families regardless of their perceptions of their children RIGHT Question 9 1 IDEA and ESEA have made it clear that past practices have tended to Underestimate the potential of students with disabilities CORRECT Overestimate the potential of students with disabilities Discriminate against the majority of students with disabilities WRONG Overemphasize services to students with the most severe disabilities Question 10 1 Which of the following choices is the most critical issue related to parent participation Lack of interest Lack of time CORRECT Lack of money Lack of skill WRONG Question 4 1 A positive trend that may contribute to reducing disproportionate representation in special education is Inclusion Leveled interventions Response to intervention Tiered education Question 7 1 Mercer introduced the concept of Stigmatizing effects of labels quotThe sixhour retarded childquot Free appropriate education Inclusion Question 8 1 Supports that are not directly related to a student39s instruction but that are needed so that a student can access instruction are General education Resource services Specialized curriculum Related services Question 9 1 Emily is 2 years old and is signi cantly behind her playmates in her gross motor skills Her mother wants her evaluated for disabilities Which of the following statements is true For children ages birth to 2 years old special education is not always required by federal law IDEA mandates children birth to 5 years old to receive specialized education services Americans with Disabilities Act mandates children ages birth to 5 years old receive specialized education services Section 504 speci es that children are not eligible for services until the age of three Question 10 1 By far the most comprehensive legislation protecting the rights of individuals with disabilities no matter their age is Americans with Disabilities Act Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Section 504 Adults with Disabilities Act Question 1 A professional who is licensed to administer intelligence tests and other assessment used in determining whether a student is eligible to receive special education services is a School psychologist Social worker School counselor Special educator 1 points Question 5 Students who have disabilities and whose rst language is NOT English sometimes receive their special education services from a Bilingual teacher Special education teacher Bilingual paraeducator Bilingual special education teacher 1 points Question 6 Phillip is an eighth grader with intellectual disabilities He is exempt from the achievement tests required by ESEA This occurred because Phillip39s parents signed a waiver stating they did not want him tested Phillip39s IEP speci es that alternative assessments are more appropriate Students with intellectual disabilities are automatically exempt Students with disabilities usually are exempt from these tests 1 points Question 7 Cognitive styles that re ect a holistic approach to processing information are referred to as Fielddependent Fieldindependent Field sensitive Fieldinsensitive 1 points Question 8 Students who are lesbian gay bisexual or transgender LGBT comprise approximately what percent of a school39s population 1 5 5 10 1 points Question 9 In the case of culturally diverse learners a number of authors have suggested that during the traditional prereferral process or response to intervention RTI procedures the team should carefully examine factors in the student39s environment that Contribute to delinquency May in uence learning Are different from the dominant culture Suggest poverty Question 2 Each of the following is a condition of rural education EXCEPT Disability identi cation School choice programs Lower teacher pay Isolation Question 3 An alternative to the current system for assessment of young children is Portfolio and performance assessments Standardized tests and medication Universal screening and early intervention Parent education as participation Question 5 Kazuko is a 14yearold highly organized student who tends to be very analytical in processing information She is demonstrating what kind of cognitive style Fielddependent Fieldindependent Fieldinsensitive Fieldsensitive Question 7 Which of the following is integral to teaching diverse students and includes strategies such as learning contracts and tiered lessons Universal design for learning Differentiated instruction Multicultural education Knowledge construction Question 8 Mr Fuentas called Sarah39s parents to schedule a meeting to update information on Sarah39s learning progress and to set goals for the upcoming year This type of meeting is called aan Threeyear evaluation Eligibility meeting Intervention assistance Annual review Question 9 Bilingual special education teachers generally have expertise in each of the following EXCEPT Special behavior management techniques Knowledge of language pro ciency Appropriate assessment tools and techniques Cultural and linguistic diversity Question 1 Which of the following statements is true regarding parents and assessment for ADHD Parents are only consulted as a last resort because they get too emotional The information parents can provide is generally irrelevant in the assessment process Parents cannot be objective and so professionals do not ask for their input Parents provide critical information through questionnaires interviews and rating scales Allie rtilolill llllllli ll J lllllilll lllll itjlllrjal t lire llerlflw2 linacll it Iiwliliivgidle til l1licztlulie l llillizll infill lirlietff lire l l 7 ls l r l llrlreil to 9 jar 1 ll l l I tlil t l til l l in ll ll if E m V V f r IL 7 l l ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll l M l H Question 3 Each of the following is an option in school for students diagnosed with ADHD EXCEPT Receiving a 504 plan Being labeled OHI Being excused from school when they can39t concentrate Receiving IDEA services for other disabilities Question 4 Medication is helpful in ameliorating the symptoms of ADHD in what percent of the students for whom it is prescribed 2030 7080 1020 5060 Question 5 Students with ADHD generally have which level of cognitive ability Average Gifted Below average A full range Question 6 What percent of students with EBD are in general education for 80 percent or more of the school day quotOne third of students with Only about 41 CORRECT Only 20 About 55 Nearly 70 WRONG Question 7 What percent of children and adolescents in the United States experience depression Approximately 5 Only 1 Over 10 About 25 Question 8 A record of the length of time a behavior occurred is Event recordino process of documenting the number of times a behavior occurs Duration recording is used to document the amount of time a student spends engaging in a behavior Narrative recording everything that happens is recorded AntecedentsBehaviorConsequences recording WRONG quotAquot refers to the antecedent or the event or activity that immediately precedes a problem behavior The quotBquot refers to observed behavior and quotCquot refers to the consequence or the event that immediately follows a response Question 9 Which of the following demographic characteristics form a barrier to partnerships between families of children with emotional and behavior disorders and professionals Economic status Culture Religion Gender Question 10 What percentage of individuals identi ed as having ADHD continue to have symptoms in adulthood 50 percent 60 percent 66 percent 80 percent Question 1 The ability to recover and not experience longterm harm from brief episodes of stress or single negative experiences is Competence Connchon Power Resilience Question 2 What occurs when a student is involuntarily con ned to a room left alone and prevented from leaving Restraint Seclusion Physical restraint Time out Question 5 Which of the following statements is TRUE Students with emotional and behavior disorders usually have good social skills but struggle academically and emotionally Students with emotional and behavior disorders cannot be taught social skills if they lack this ability naturally Students with emotional and behavior disorders can be taught appropriate social skills using problem solving steps Students with emotional and behavior disorders usually have poor social skills but excel academically Question 6 The rst formal description of ADHD was reported by a British physician named Dr George Still in 1892 1902 1942 1962 Question 7 Young children who are diagnosed as having ADHD often experience each of the following types of problems EXCEPT Sleeping through the night Dif culty bonding with others Sharing and taking turns Fewer accidents than would be expected Question 8 During the assessment process of determining whether an individual is eligible for special education services due to emotional and behavior disorders a family history is obtained Why is this done To allow the family39s input as mandated by IDEA To establish a relationship with the family To help explain whether genetic or environmental factors might be affecting the student To let the family know that the evaluation is being conducted and to allow them to ask questions Question 9 Physicians and psychologists rst studied children39s hyperactivity but began shifting their research in the 19705 to children39s Cognitive impulsivity Inattention Excessive movement Cognitive de cits Question 10 EMiiiihgii lhiiclll itaigle m if the a e lirl39lenit if if reel all reallwi anti in ellquot lice cl w gi39ieii39lai sill ecliul anti in it miller ifli gillll li39iiiill39 lintliemerit fell iai39jil if ire ailfl item airfoil tiller 7 Lu 7 LV V r V 7 7L IL 7 L7 7 lg L39lr V A V r r r 397 r V Vi 39 r r L M walla if liemil lll t Minimum iii in a I aim M Mr H tiller will if i will all M alrl Milliil ilHllliilllWE ie in will if m liliilllillr elliti will lair wi flllllli if m iiifilfilli r 7tuclenit i1 ilrll5iquotit ll lair 1 lirliil 15 Question 1 Each of the following symptoms is associated with ADHDpredominantly inattentive type EXCEPT Skipping important parts of an assignment Wiggling in their seats Daydreaming during largegroup instruction Cannot seem to get organized Question 2 Each of the following is a potentially helpful environmental support EXCEPT Teachers should avoid dif cult or tedious tasks The classroom physical space should be organized and free of distractions Space considerations should include the number and intrusiveness of decorations Teachers should post clear classroom rules and discuss expectations for students Question 5 Barkley 2006 proposed that the primary de cit in individuals with ADHD is not really attention rather it is selfregulation problems related to neurological factors or Behavior inhibition lmpulsivity Behavior disorders Hyperactivity Question 6 What percentage of students with learning disabilities also are identi ed as ADHD 16 percent 36 percent 26 percent 56 percent Question 10 Measuring a student39s social and emotional strengths the characteristic that gives them con dence and the traits that help them cope with adversity refers to Strengthbased assessment Classroom assessment Functional behavior assessment Individual ability assessment 1 points Click Save and Submit to save and submit Click Save All Answers to save all answers Question 1 Students39 knowledge and skills to understand their strengths and weaknesses and to use that knowledge to set and pursue goals is Selfadvocacy Selfknowledge Selfdetermination Selfesteem Question 2 When one professional voluntarily assists another to address a problem concerning a third party usually a student this is called Venting Collaboration Consultation Coteaching Question 3 Students with learning disabilities typically have problems in Short and longterm memory Longterm memory only Shortterm memory only Academic areas only Question 4 According to the NJCLD each of the following are perceived de ciencies of the federal de nition EXCEPT Heterogeneity of LD Impact on social perception Too much emphasis on the lifespan nature of LD Possibility that learning disabilities can exist concomitantly with other disabilities Question 5 Within the context of IDEA collaboration is Now required by special education law More than ever before an expectation in services for students Strongly suggested for the RTI process Required by individual states Question 6 Personal belief systems communication skills interaction processes programs and services and supportive contexts are Characteristics of effective collaboration Barriers to effective collaboration Elements necessary for collaboration The results of effective collaboration Question 7 For coteaching to be effective the individuals working together must do each of the following EXCEPT Discuss their instructional philosophies Know their own professional strengths and weaknesses Be honest about their expectations of themselves and each other Have the same or similar educational philosophy Question 8 When two teachers share the instructional responsibility for an entire group they are demonstrating the concept of Team teaching Alternative teaching Parallel teaching Consultative teaching Question 9 An individual who is employed as a noncerti ed staff member to assist certi ed staff in carrying out education programs is a Volunteer Speech therapist assistant Paraprofessional Qneonone assistant Question 10 In most cases the cause of LD is Physiological Not known Curricular Environmental XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Question 1 Parents and families of children with disabilities are valued members of the special education team because Their signature is needed to provide services They can help their children with homework They have a unique and valuable perspective on their child They are needed as volunteers in the school Question 2 Brian asks for help from others on math word problems prior to even reading the problem This is an example of Syntax de ciencies Lack of motivation Learned helplessness Attention de cit disorder Question 3 All of the following are de ning characteristics of collaboration EXCEPT Parity Accountability for outcomes Sharing resources Developing close friendships Question 4 One of the most common concerns expressed by parents of students with learning disabilities about school services is It is too frequent and too negative It is too infrequent and too negative It is too infrequent and too positive It is too frequent and too positive Question 5 Cultural differences can impede collaboration if not properly addressed Which statement about cultural differences is FALSE Culture is dynamic and professionals must stay current on such cultural issues Culture is static and parents of different cultures are generally not able to interact in a collaborative manner Culture is only one of the many factors that in uence ideas and beliefs No cultural group is homogeneous Question 7 In collaboration the contributions of all participants have equal value This concept describes the term Mutual goal Accountability Parity Emergent Question 8 An example of appropriate collaboration between a teacher and a paraprofessional is demonstrated in which of the following An appropriate snack time during the week of endofgrade testing The math goals for Mary in which the paraprofessional can assist her Calling Mary39s parents to discuss her outbursts during math Discussing the removal of a student from class with the principal Question 9 When students39 test results are compared to a large number of other students they are taking which type of test Criterionreferenced test Curriculumbased measure Normreferenced test Formal assessment Question 10 Each of the following is TRUE of communication skills EXCEPT They cannot be readily taught and learned They include facial expressions posture and nonverbal signs They include the words we choose and the way we express them They can have a huge effect on the development of collaboration Question 1 Educators must understand researchbased interventions and strategies for data collection related to screening diagnostics and progress monitoring in order to effectively implement IDEA Transition planning RTI Direct instruction Question 2 The person most responsible for creating a school culture that incorporates collaboration is Classroom teacher Principal Pa rents Special educator Question 3 Each of the following is TRUE concerning the extent to which parents are involved in their children39s services and the extent to which they are satis ed with these services EXCEPT Families with the lowest income have the least involvement in services and the lowest degree of satisfaction with them Parents whose primary language is English are more likely to be involved Parents of children in elementary school are more positive about services Parents of children with more severe disabilities are less satis ed with services 1 points Question 4 Programs for young children with developmental delays usually address Early signs of reading dif culty Areas indirectly related to learning disabilities Unusual behavior and attention problems Obvious signs of problems with social competence Question 6 Emily listened as her friends discussed their summer plans She happily commented that she got a new pair of roller skates yesterday Emily demonstrated a lack of Social competence Auditory processing Locus of control Behavioral and emotional sensitivity Question 9 When students39 test results must meet an absolute standard they are taking which type of test Criterionreferenced Curriculumbased measure Normreferenced test Informal assessment
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