Define
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Legalisms
Acronyms
Diagnostics
100
Every student in special education receives one of these. It lists academic and social goals, related services, etc.

IEP!

100

It is recommended that students don't attend their IEP meetings. 

Faaaaaalse

100

Identify one of the 3 federal laws designed to protect folks with disabilities?

IDEA, ADA, Rehab Act of 1973

100

LRE

Least Restrictive Environment

100

What does EBD stand for?

Emotional behavioral disorder/disturbance

200

Define culturally-responsive pedagogy

Student-centered approach to teaching where students' cultural strengths are recognized and integrated

200

Who has access to a student's IEP/records?

special education teachers, the student, parents, gen ed teacher, administrative staff to work with the child

200

**Double Jeopardy!** According to IDEA, parents have a right to this when they feel their child is not receiving a FAPE by the school district in the child's special education program.

Due process

200

IEP (provide both)

Individualized Education Program/Plan

200

What is the difference between deaf and Deaf?

deaf- diagnostic term; separated from culture

Deaf- refers to the culture of the Deaf

300

Define the medical and social models of disability.

Medical- individual impairment; deficit orientation; focuses on the individual having an "issue"; often related to sickness.

Social- disability is created by the environment; inaccessibility of physical space and non-physical space (attitudes, etc.); barriers to accessing the environment for folks who navigate the world differently from the normative standards.

300

**Double Jeopardy!** Define self-regulation and give an example!

Controlling/monitoring one's behavior, emotions, and thoughts; the ability to manage disruptive emotions and impulses. 


Examples: taking a break, asking for help, using earphones, going to a quiet corner, take a break, breathing strategies

300

What does the least restrictive environment mean?

Students with disabilities should be educated with students without disabilities, as much as possible; ensuring a child is in the best placement for their individual learning needs

300

FAPE

Free Appropriate Public Education

300

Under which category of disability is ADHD most often defined under?

OHI- Other health impairment

400

How does UDL differ from Differentiation?

Whole class approach v. individualized

400

How long can some students (who receive special education) stay in school?

Until their 21st birthday

400

A federal civil rights law passed in 1990- guarantees equal opportunity for individuals with disabilities.

a) ADA

b) FAPE

a) ADA- Americans with Disabilities Act

400

IDEA

Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

400

What is one of the 3 pillars of an autism diagnosis?

social/interpersonal, repetition, communication
500

What do we call the skill area that includes learning tasks for daily living (dressing, eating, bathing, etc.)

Adaptive functioning

500
What percentage of the day does the council for exceptional children (CEC) recommend students in special education are educated within general education contexts/inclusive settings?

80%

500

 What was a critical outcome of the Brown v. Board of Education case (1954)? What are the implications for students receiving special education services?

Schools may not segregate by race; segregation is a no-go.

500

IFSP

Individualized Family Service Plan

500

Name 10 of the 13 disability categories put forth by IDEA

autism, deaf-blindness, deafness, multiple disabilities, hearing impairment, intellectual disabilities, EBD, orthopedic impairment, other health impairment, speech and language, visual impairment, specified learning disabilities, visual impairment/blindbness

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