Inclusion or Mainstreaming?
Differentiation
Cooperation
Behavior
Evaluation
100
Full access to the general education curriculum and all instructional and social activities
What is Inclusion?
100
Software programs that can monitor student work, analyze students’ errors, and offer individualized feedback prompts and additional activities to foster student learning.
What is Technology Based Instruction?
100
Both teachers plan and teach the lesson together to the whole class and blend their content knowledge, perspective, and instructional, assessment, and management practices.
What is Team Teaching?
100
A plan that helps students increase their on-task and prosocial behavior with positive replacement behaviors using interventions.
What is a Behavior Intervention Plan?
100
Summative common assessments, which students are required to take to assess their mastery of benchmarks in the curriculum
What is High Stakes Testing?
200
General and special education are maintained as separate service delivery systems.
What is Mainstreaming?
200
A process for planning units of instruction and individual lessons by which you first determine the assessments you will use to evaluate your students’ learning.
What is Backward Design?
200
One teacher instructs the whole class while the other teacher circulates to collect information on students' performance or to offer support, redirection, and enrichment to individual students.
What is One Teaching/One Helping
200
Analysis of the antecedent, behavior, and consequences, for a student who struggles with behavior issues, in order to help identify strategies for improvement.
What is an ABC Analysis?
200
Reading directions and items aloud Clarifying or simplifying language Answering on the test Fewer items per page Extended time
What are possible Test Accommodation?
300
Full access to the general education curriculum and all instructional and social activities
What is Inclusion?
300
A framework that helps teachers plan differentiated instruction - it has three layers or "degrees of learning."
What is Vaughn's Pyramid?
300
Both teachers teach the same material at the same time to two equal groups of students.
What is Parallel Teaching?
300
Measure student behaviors. Determine why, where, and when a student uses these behaviors. Identify the academic, instructional, social, affective, cultural, environmental, and contextual variables that appear to lead to and maintain the behaviors. Plan appropriate interventions that address the purposes that the behaviors serve for students
What is a Functional Behavior Assessment?
300
PIRATES
What is Prepare to Succeed Inspect the Test's Directions Read, Remember, and Reduce Answer or Abandon Turn Back Estimate When You Are Unsure of the Answer Survey the Test Before Handing It In
400
Selected learners earn their way into general education classes based on their readiness as determined by educators.
What is Mainstreaming?
400
Before coming to class, students watch videos, complete a reading assignment, or use an online resource to get basic information about a new content or skill. Classroom instructional time is then devoted to providing support, where needed, to practice the skill or demonstrate knowledge of the content.
What is the Flipped Classroom?
400
One teacher works with a smaller group or individual students while the other teacher works with a larger group.
What is Alternative Teaching?
400
Allowing students to do something they like if they complete a less popular task first.
What is Premack's Principle?
400
Excessive perspiration, sweaty palms unexplained headache or stomachache, nausea, rapid heartbeat.
What are possible symptoms of test anxiety?
500
The purpose is to foster the academic, social-emotional, behavioral, and physical development of students and to prepare them to be contributing members of society
What is both Inclusion and Mainstreaming?
500
An approach that guides the designing and implementation of flexible curriculum and teaching and assessment materials and strategies, learning environments, and interactions with others so that they are inclusive of all students, families, and professionals.
What is Universal Design for Learning?
500
Both teachers teach different content or review that content or use different learning activities at the same time to two equal groups of students.
What is Station Teaching?
500
SWPBIS
What are Schoolwide Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports?
500
A progress-monitoring strategy that provides individualized, brief direct, and repeated measures of students’ proficiency and progress across the curriculum.
What is Curriculum Based Assessment?
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