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Exam 1 Study Guide

by: Denise Mills

Exam 1 Study Guide SPED 310-07

Denise Mills
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Exceptional Students grades P-6th
Laura Farley

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Exceptional Students grades P-6th
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Denise Mills on Thursday September 24, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to SPED 310-07 at Brigham Young University - Idaho taught by Laura Farley in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see Exceptional Students grades P-6th in Special Education at Brigham Young University - Idaho.

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0 Chapter 1 0 0 Study Guide Test 1 What is Special Education 3 components of Special Education Specially Designed Instruction SDI Related Services Supplementary Aids and Services SAS 0 What is Individuals With Disabilities Education Act IDEA 0 What are the core principles of IDEA Zero rej ectchild find Due process Nondiscriminatory evaluation Free appropriate public education Least restrictive environment Parent and student involvement 0 What in uences have shaped special Education Parent advocacy The civil rights movement Precedentsetting court cases Current civil rights legislation Current general education legislation 0 What are key themes of contemporary special education practices Response to intervention RtI Positive Behavior Supports PBS MultiTiered System of Support MTSS EvidenceBased Practice EBP Inclusiveness 0 Physical integration 0 Social integration 0 Instructional integration 0 13 Categories of disability Learning disability LD Speech or language impairment SLI Intellectual disability ID Emotional disturbance ED Autism Hearing Impairment HI Visual impairment VI Deafblindness Orthopedic impairment OI Traumatic brain injury TBI Other health impairment OHI CO I Multiple disabilities I Developmental delay DD What are I High incidence disabilities ie ADHD pg 27 I Low incidence disabilities pg 27 Students who are gifted and talented What is 504 and What provisions does it make P 29 Students at risk I What is ELL and LEP Pg 29 Key cases I Brown vs Board of Education I Larry P vs Wilson Riles I Board of Education of Hendrick school District vs Rowley I Daniel RR vs State Board of Education I Schaffer vs Weast Review pgs 47 pg 23 Must be able to match case laws to the principles of IDEA


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