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How Much Do You Know About ED?

Quiz by Indhira Jaquez

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  • Q1
    Which is NOT considered a Emotional Disturbance
    Eating Disorder
    Anxiety Disorder
    Conduct Disorder
  • Q2
    Depending on individual needs, in which of the following settings may a child with Emotional Disturbance receive services?
    Resource Room
    Self Contained Classroom
    Inclusive Classroom
    All of the Above
  • Q3
    I struggle to follow rules and act inappropriately in social situations… who am I?
    A student with Autism
    A student with a Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
    A student with Anxiety
    A student with Conduct Disorder
  • Q4
    If I am a child with a Emotional Disturbance I may have a hard time following which of the following rules?
    When directed line up quietly in a straight line
    Keep your hands, feet and objects to yourself
    Stay in your seat
    Remain quiet unless raising your hand and gaining the teacher’s attention
  • Q5
    You can use me as a way to record a child's behavior. What am I?
    Calming Kit
    A-B-C Kit
    A-B-C Chart
  • Q6
    " George refused, stood up and shouted at me" is an example of which of the following components of a A-B-C Chart?
  • Q7
    Billy is diagnosed with conduct disorder. Which of the following behaviors is this child NOT likely to express?
    destruction of property
    Agression to people or animals
    Experience a lot of guilt when they hurt others
  • Q8
    Conduct disorder is one of the most difficult behavior disorders to treat. However, young people often benefit from a range of services that include:
    All of the above
    community-based services that focus on the young person within the context of family and community influences
    training for parents on how to handle child or adolescent behavior
    Family therapy
  • Q9
    I am a student diagnosed with ED ( specifically a anxiety disorder ). When I feel overwhelmed in class I can try the following strategies to help me cope with my fear EXCEPT
    Avoiding the things children are afraid of ...
    physical activity
    practice good decision making
    breathing excercises

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