ISFP & IEP
Accommodations
Language/Cognitive/Gross & Fine Motor/Social-Emotional Development
Gifted & Exceptionalities
Transitions
100

What are short term goals? (What is their purpose in an IEP?)

Serve as indicators to determine if a child is making progress toward their annual goals

100

A tool or procedure that provides equal access to instruction and assessment for access to instruction and assessment for students with disabilities

What is an accommodation?

100

The ability to control the coordination of small muscles in the body.

What is fine motor development?

100

A student identified by professionals to have outstanding abilities of high performance when compared to others of the same age, experience, and environment in one or more domains. They often require educational programs or services beyond the normal curriculum.

What is a gifted child?

100

Transition to this specific school year is an important milestone in a child's life, and is often the most difficult transition.

What is Kindergarten?

200

IFSP or IEP: A plan developed for any child between the ages of birth to 36 months who is eligible for special education services in order to help the child and their family meet their full potential 

What is an IFSP?

200

A change in what a student is taught or expected to learn

What is a modification?

200

Sensorimotor (birth -2 yrs), Preoperational (2 yrs to 7 yrs), Concrete operational (7 yrs to 12), Formal operational (13 yrs to adulthood)

What is Piaget's Cognitive Developmental Stages?

200

What are Early Indicators of Giftedness?

Long attention span, Extraordinary memory, Advanced language development

200

Types of Transitions children might experience?

Program to program, Classroom to classroom, From home or home-based to a child care setting, Between everyday routines and activities

300

IFSP or IEP: A plan developed to ensure that a child with an identified disability who is attending an elementary or secondary educational institution receives specialized instruction and related services. 

What is an IEP?

300

______    _________ is a program designed for birth to age 3 (prior to school) that works in providing effective early support to children who are at risk of poor outcomes.

What is early intervention?

300

Language development follows a typical developmental pattern but child reaches milestones at a slower rate

What is a language delay?

300

There is currently ___ being invested in gifted education by the US federal government.

What is $0 dollars

300

Slightly more than ____ of all three- and
four-year old children attend center-based
preschool and enter kindergarten having already experienced a formal early learning environment.

What is half?

400

Part of the IDEA that states a child with a disability must be educated within the same classroom as mainstream peers to the fullest extent possible in order to ensure that child is receiving a free appropriate public education. (Hint: LRE)

What is the Least Restrictive Enviornment?

400

When taking a test, Maria receives a test with different questions than the rest of her peers. What type of modification is this?

 What is an assignment modification?

400

Easy, slow to warm up, and difficult

What are the 3 types of temperament?

400

Nomination/Identification Phase, Screen/Selection Phase, Placement Phase

What is methods for identifying gifted students?

400

What are the three crucial steps for a successful transition?

Information, Supportive Relationships, and Alignment

500

Statement in an IEP that descibes the student’s current level of performance on age/grade appropriate academic and functional tasks. Provides a baseline from which progress can be measured (Hint: PLEP)

What is Present Level of Education Performance?

500

Multiple ways to communicate that can supplement (either temporarily or permanently) for the impairment and disabilities of individuals with expressive communication disorders.

What is augmentative-alternative communication?

500

Gabby's parents buying her clothes with easy-to-manipulate fasteners. What type of support is this?

What is supports for dressing?

500

Congress passed _____________ in 1989 which helped with many projects and research activities for educators' understanding of the needs for twice-exceptional students.

What is The Jacob K. Javits Gifted and Talented Students Education Act?

500

Transition strategies should support ____, _____, and _____.

What is Educators, Families, Children?

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