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Special Education Escape

Lesson 01Acronyms

Lesson 02SPED Law

Lesson 03Accommodations or Modifications

Lesson 06Miscelaneous

Lesson 05ARD Process

Lesson 04 SPED Categories

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Lesson 01

For what does AYP stand?

Adequate Yearly Progress

Average Yearly Progress

Advanced Yearly Progress

Question 01

Question 02

For what does FAPE stand?

Free And Public Education

Free American Publice Educaiton

Free Appropriate Public Education

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Question 03

For what does IEP stand?

Individual Education Plan

Independent Education Plan

Individual Educator Program

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Special Education Escape

Lesson 01Acronyms

Lesson 02SPED Law

Lesson 03Accommodations or Modification

Lesson 06 Miscelaneous

Lesson 05ARD Process

Lesson 04SPED Categories

Complete the activity of each lesson and get a fantastic diploma

Lesson 02

Janice is about to enter the third grade. Over the summer, Janice’s parents became concerned that she may be slowly losing her hearing. They took her to a doctor who diagnosed her with a hearing impairment. Janice now has to wear a hearing aide every day so that she can communicate with others. Your team and her parents have come together to discuss how Janice’s hearing impairment will affect her learning. Does Janice qualify for an IEP or 504 Plan?

Question 01

John is in the middle of Kindergarten. His teacher has noticed that ever since school began John has difficulty staying in his seat for an activity. He often will get up and move around the room which has become a major distraction for other students. John often does not remember to raise his hand and instead blurts out the answers to questions. When he is given a task such as coloring, he usually can’t focus on the task for more than five minutes. The school has suggested to John’s parents that they take him to a doctor to potentially diagnose him with ADHD. His teacher has called your team as well as John’s parents in for a meeting to discuss the diagnoses. Which of the following will best serve John's needs?

Question 02

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Over Spring Break, Penelope’s family was in a serious car accident. While everyone in her family walked away with a few broken bones, Penelope suffered a traumatic brain injury. She has lost a lot on functions that she previously had, such as speech and some physical capabilities like her fine motor skills. She still has the same intellectual level that she had before the accident. Now that she has finished recovery, she is ready to return for the new school year. Your team and her parents will be sitting down to discuss how they will proceed with her education post-accident. Should Penelope be served with a 504 plan or an IEP?

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Question 03

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Special Education Escape

Lesson 01Acronyms

Lesson 02SPED Law

Lesson 03Accomodations and Modifications

Lesson 06Miscellaneous

Lesson 05ARD Process

Lesson 04SPED Categories

Complete the activity of each lesson and get a fantastic diploma

Lesson 03

Susie has an intellectual disability. She is placed in a self-contained class, but she has been participating in some general education classes. Susie’s 4th grade general education teacher has required her to participate in spelling tests. Susie received a failing grade for the past 4 spelling tests. The teacher has decided to reduce the number of spelling words on Susie’s list. She is only responsible for the single syllable words on the spelling list each week. Is this an example of an accommodation or modification?

Accommodation

Modification

Question 01

Question 02

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Bobby has a learning disability in reading. He is overwhelmed by long reading passages, because he cannot read on grade level. Bobby needs to learn about main idea and supporting details. The teacher provides Bobby a story on his reading level. Bobby only has to identify the main idea while the rest of the class must identify the main idea and supporting details. Is this an example of an accommodation or modification?

Modification

Accommodation

Question 03

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Patricia has a learning disability in mathematics. Her teacher has required her to complete the first 10 fast fact problems , but she does not have to reduce to simplest form). The rest of the class must complete the entire page of addition fractions and reduce to the simplest form, including challenging questions numbers 1-30. Is this an example of an accommodation or modification?

Accommodation

Modification

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Special Education Escape

Lesson 01Acronyms

Lesson 02SPED Law

Lesson 03Accomodations and Modifications

Lesson 06Miscellaneous

Lesson 05ARD Process

Lesson 04SPED Categories

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Lesson 04

A student who struggles with abstract thinking and may have trouble with socializing may fit into which category of disability?

Question 01

Cognitive Impairment

Autism

Traumatic Brain Injury

Emotionally Disturbed

A student who struggles with maintaining achievement may be categorized into which disability?

Question 02

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Cognitive Impairment

Auditory Impairment

Specific Learning Disability

Communication Impairment

A student who struggles to connect works heard to their meanings may be classified as

Question 03

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Communication Impairment

Autism

Other Health Impairment

Emotionally Disturbed

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Special Education Escape

Lesson 01Acronyms

Lesson 02SPED Law

Lesson 03Accomodations and Modifications

Lesson 06Miscellaneous

Lesson 05ARD Process

Lesson 04SPED Categories

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Lesson 05

What is the purpose of an ARD meeting?

Question 01

To evaluate the effectiveness of special education teachers

To grade a student's performance in special education classes

To develop an IEP for a student receiving special education services

To diagnose a student with a learning disability

How often are ARD meetings held?

Question 02

05

Only when requested

Only when a student changes schools

Once a year

Once a grading period

Who is NOT usually involved in an ARD meeting?

Question 03

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Teachers who represent general education and special education

The student

Representatives from the LRE such as principals and directors

Medical professionals who serve the student outside of the school system

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Special Education Escape

Lesson 01Acronyms

Lesson 02SPED Law

Lesson 03Accomodations and Modifications

Lesson 06Miscellaneous

Lesson 05ARD Process

Lesson 04SPED Categories

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Lesson 06

Which one provides services from a general education teacherin a regular education classroom?

Question 01

504 Plan

IEP

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Question 02

06

Right answer

Wrong answer

Which of the following work with students with special needs

Question 03

06

Music Teachers

All teachers

Special Education Teachers

Elementary Teachers

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