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Students with special needs

Quiz by Beth Pilkington

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  • Q1
    A written strategy for learning designed to ensure that each child with special needs is educated in the most appropriate manner for him or her.
    Individualized Education Plan
  • Q2
    Strategy developed when a preschool age child is diagnosed as having a disability. It includes the family's needs in regard to enhancing the child's development, goals for the child, services to be provided to the child and/or family, and a plan for transitioning the child to other services and regular education.
    Individualized Family Service plan
  • Q3
    Federal law requiring all states to provide education and support for children who a re developmentally delayed.
    Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
  • Q4
    Directing a parent to obtain a diagnosis from a professional when a problem exists with a child.
  • Q5
    Term that refers to a problem in one or more parts of the ear, which usually prevents a child from hearing adequately.
    Hearing impairment
  • Q6
    Disabilities present since birth, but not necessarily hereditary
    congenital disabilities
  • Q7
    Omission errors, distortion problems, or substitutions of vowels or consonants or both. Often referred to as lazy tongue and baby talk.
    articulation problems
  • Q8
    Any eye or nerve problem that prevents people from seeing normally
    visual impairments
  • Q9
    An illness that persists over time
    chronic health need
  • Q10
    A genetic blood disease that causes blood to clot too slowly or not at all
  • Q11
    A problem with one or more basic skills of learning
    learning disability
  • Q12
    A condition that affects an individual's social, emotional, and cognitive functions, such as attention deficit disorder, hyperactivity, or conduct disorder.
    behavioral disorder
  • Q13
    A complex disorder that may cause social, emotional, behavioral, and communication impairments
    autism spectrum disorder
  • Q14
    Having exceptional skills in one or more of six areas: creative or productive thinking, general intellectual ability, leadership ability, psychomotor ability, specific academic aptitude, and/or visual performing arts
  • Q15
    A process in which a gifted child is assigned to a class with older children.

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