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EDSP 3210 Exam 3 Review

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EDSP 3210 Exam 3 Review EDSP 3210

Savanna Hickfang
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EDSP 3210 Exam 3 Review Questions CH8 What is the definition of emotional and behavioral disorders a children who have difficulty making or maintaining interpersonal relationships have deficits in learning that are not explained by sensory intellectual or health factors and have inappropriate behavior or feelings under normal circumstances Further the child may have a pervasive mood of unhappiness or depression andor the tendency to develop physical symptoms or fears associated with school What terminology is used to describe emotional and behavioral disorders a EBD low IQ What is the prevalence of emotional and behavioral disorders a In Texas roughly 30500 students ages 6 22 have been identified with ED What are the causes of EBD a biological disorders and diseases pathological family relationships undesirable experiences in school and negative cultural in uences prenatal exposure to drugs or alcohol a brain injury or a disease can cause several disabilities including EBD What has been identi ed by the Council for Exceptional Children as a necessary skill for teachers of students with EBD a teaching students the academic and social skills they need Specific social skills and academic skills are taught in a self contained class that assists the student with EBD to become successful in hisher educational environment and perhaps move to a lesser restrictive placement over time How are EBDs identi ed Emntinnall Disturbance Identi catinn in Texas Teacher Imtices a student in lielrellaas 5 haying challenging helm amines a a as WHENE m vuf dawnssimifuiilllmappinesa Eliliiltl at the age ufE is suspected elf having E 39 Referral In Special Educatinn items Page evaluates the student l39hm ED A Fl llilftj fn39lia Eeltauiur esessmentis ennd rIciierl Magnetism perfunus IQ tests tn Discuss Result uali es as a Student with Elintargets the martianhf heliauimrand pinnitrides evidence ufwiliich challenging behavinreneedtn he addressed Using the and FEMS a behavior luteveniien plan is develnped alum nut an 7 What are the major educational considerations regarding EBD CH 10 1 Inclusion of students with EBD is always preferred over more restrictive placements however sometimes due to the aggressive behavior of the student inclusion may not be possible A student may be placed in a behavior intervention classroom so that his or her unique behavioral and academic needs can be met How are communication disorders de ned stuttering impaired articulation a language impairment or a voice impairment that adversely affects a child39s educational performance 2 3 What is the prevalence of communication disorders a Autism 1 in 68 children Fastest growing developmental disability What is the difference between communicative differences and disorders Children with these disorders have similarities and differences 4 What are the major disorders of language Children may lack communication have very little language skills 5 What are the major disorders of speech Speech sound disorders include problems with articulation making sounds and phonological processes sound patterns 6 What does quotphonologyquot refer to Sounds in a language 7 De ne speech language communication syntax morphology pragmatics Speech vocalized form of communication Language method of human communication spoken or written Communication exchanging of information Syntax arrangement of words Morphology analysis of languages words and the parts of them suf x pre x CH 11 CH9 1 Pragmatics communicating with others 8 Who is responsible for identifying speech and language disorders ECI and ARD 1 What is the difference between quotdeafquot and quothard of hearingquot a A person who can hear anything at 90db and above is considered deaf Have some residual hearing b Hard of hearing may need hearing aid to assist in hearing 2 What is the prevalence of hearing impairment About 20 percent of Americans 48 million report some degree of hearing loss 3 How is hearing impairment identi ed Deaf or hard of hearing 4 What causes hearing impairment conductive sensorineural or mixed hearing impairments A conductive hearing impairment is a dysfunction along the conductive pathway of the ear while sensorineural hearing impairments are a dysfunction of the inner ear 5 How do professionals assess students with hearing impairments A multidisciplinary team is responsible for evaluating the student for special education services A teacher who is familiar with deaf education conducts the evaluation based on the information received from the audiologist What is the history being autism spectrum disorders ASD In 1943 Leo Kanner a psychologist at Johns Hopkins University published a paper describing certain commonalities he saw in eleven children he was treating The children seemed to lack the ability to relate to others had very little language and had repetitive behaviors 2 How do professionals de ne ASD engagement in repetitive activities stereotypical behaviors or movements such as hand apping or rocking lack of communication or very little language resistance to changes in the environment or daily schedules and unusual sensory responses 3 Identify research based treatments for ASD interventions such as Applied Behavior Analysis ABA Positive Behavior Supports Joint Attention Intervention Video and Live Modeling Incidental Teaching Milieu Teaching peer mediated social interactions and self management strategies 4 What is the prevalence of ASD Use the numbers listed in the book even though they are outdated l in 68 children have ASD 5 What is a functional behavioral assessment and how is it used purpose or reason for behaviors displayed by individuals with severe cognitive or communication disabilities problem solving process for addressing student problem behavior 6 What are some of the psychological and behavioral characteristics of learners with ASD inability to have social connections repetitive activities stereotypical behaviors or movements such as hand apping or rocking lack of communication or very little language resistance to changes in the environment or daily schedules and unusual sensory responses 7 What causes ASD Immunization neurological disorder


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