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For more course tutorials visitwww.uophelp.comESE 631 Complete Class, New SyllabusBusiness - General BusinessLRE and FAPE. Please read the article “Least Restrictive Environment: How Do We Prepare Both Our Special Educators and Our General Educators to Comply with the Provision?” (Keuhne, 1998).According to IDEA, what do the terms Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) and Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) mean? How does inclusion fit into the big picture of LRE? Discuss the legal ramifications of the LRE provision as mandated by IDEA, the relative and dynamic properties of LRE, and the collaborative dimension of implementing LRE for students
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ESE 631 Entire Course(Ash Course)For more course tutorials visitwww.uophelp.com ESE 631 Complete Class, New SyllabusBusiness - General BusinessLRE and FAPE. Please read the article “Least Restrictive Environment: How Do We Prepare Both Our Special Educators and Our General Educators to Comply with the Provision?” (Keuhne, 1998).According to IDEA, what do the terms Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) and Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) mean? How does inclusion fit into the big picture of LRE? Discuss the legal ramifications of the LRE provision as mandated by IDEA, the relative and dynamic properties of LRE, and the collaborative dimension of implementing LRE for students in special education. In addition, discuss any personal experiences you may have had as part of an IEP team for a student where LRE was determined, or any insights you might have on ensuring LRE and FAPE for all students.Importance of an IEP. Review the article from the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (NICHCY), “Contents of the IEP.” Summarize these components and explain the purpose and importance of the IEP in supporting the student’s
ESE 631 Week 1 Assignment Special Education Law ReviewFor more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com Special Education Law Review. Using this information from the readings for this week, prepare a three- to four-page written paper summarizing IDEA, NCLB, ADA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Include a discussion on the following elements: a. The purpose or main function of each law b. The six principles of IDEA
ESE 631 Week 1 DQ 1 LRE and FAPEFor more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.comESE 631 Week 1 DQ 1 LRE and FAPE
ESE 631 Week 1 DQ 2 Importance of IEPFor more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com Importance of an IEP. Review the article from the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (NICHCY), “Contents of the IEP.” Summarize these components and explain the purpose and importance of the IEP in supporting the student’s educational outcomes. Explain the role of the family in the IEP process.
ESE 631 Week 2 Assignment Adapting Lesson Plans for an Inclusive ClassroomFor more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com Adapting Lesson Plans for an Inclusive Classroom. Using one (or more) of the free resources below, write a three- to four-page critique of three lesson plans (one Grade K-5 lesson, one Grade 7-8 lesson, and one high school lesson) in regard to addressing the needs of students with LD or CD. Make sure to include at least one additional resource beyond the above sources for lesson plans. Your critique should address the following elements: a. Determine the elements of the lesson that would be specifically helpful in addressing
ESE 631 Week 2 DQ 1 Compare and Contrast LD and CDFor more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.comCompare and Contrast: LD and CD. Consider the characteristics of a student with a learning disability (LD) and a student with a communication disorder (CD). Compare and contrast the following aspects of LD and CD: a. Definition of each disability b. Characteristics of each disability c. Evaluation of each disability area d. Research-based effective instructional strategies, supports, and services
ESE 631 Week 2 DQ 2 Response to InterventionFor more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com Response to Intervention. Choose one of the research articles/presentations available through the National Center on Response to Intervention: Research website. Summarize the research article you reviewed for your classmates and then discuss your insights on how the RTI model differs from the discrepancy model of identifying a learning disability. What are the strengths and needs of both models? What challenges exist in implementing the RTI model in schools?
ESE 631 Week 2 Journal Educator ReflectionsFor more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com Educator Reflections. This week we have discussed learning disabilities and communication disorders. As you may have noticed, most students with these disabilities are in the general education classroom either part of, or most of, the school day. What is your comfort level with teaching students with learning disabilities and/or communication disorders in the general education setting? What challenges do you think you might experience? What actions can you take to mitigate these potential challenges? Journal options:
ESE 631 Week 3 Assignment Accommodation Support PlanFor more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com Accommodation Support Plan. Read “An ADHD Case Study” and “Teaching Students with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.” Create a fictional student in your classroom with either an emotional or behavioral disorder and create an accommodation/support plan. Include: a. The child’s name, grade, and disability.
ESE 631 Week 3 DQ 1 Emotional DisordersFor more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com Emotional Disorders. Read “Emotional Disturbance.” Define and discuss the characteristics of emotional/behavioral disabilities (EBD). Next, explain the educational implications and how IDEA plays a role in ensuring students are given the appropriate support in the classroom. Further, discuss any of your own personal insights and/or strategies for teaching students with EBD. What challenges have you typically found or would anticipate with teaching students with EBD? How can these challenges be mitigated?
ESE 631 Week 3 DQ 2 ADD ADHD Characteristics and AccommodationsFor more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.comADD/ADHD Characteristics and Accommodations. Read “ADD/ADHD NICHYC” and “Teaching Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Instructional Strategies and Practices.” Summarize the characteristics of ADD and ADHD. Describe three practical accommodations for students with ADD and three practical accommodations for students with ADH
ESE 631Week 3 DQ 1 Curriculum-Based MeasurementsFor more course tutorials visitwww.uophelp.com Curriculum-Based Measurements. Review the articles “What is Curriculum-Based Measurement and What Does It Mean to My Child?” and “A Guide to Choosing Web-Based Curriculum-Based Measurements for the Classroom” (retrieved from the EBSCOhost database).
ESE 631 Week 3 Journal Teaching StrategiesFor more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com Teaching Strategies. Watch ADHD Classroom Strategies. Post your reaction to the video. Which strategies did Dr. Jonas Bromberg and Jon Weinberger discuss that you found interesting? What tips do you feel might work best? What are three additional teaching strategies you believe may work for students with ADHD? Journal options: a. Create a written reflection journal b. Create a Jing reflection using a screencast c. Create a Voki reflection using a talking avatar
ESE 631 Week 4 Assignment Research PaperFor more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com Research Paper. For this assignment, you will write a five-to six-page paper on intellectual disabilities, including information from at least three peer-reviewed articles and the class text. The paper must include: a. Basic facts pertaining to the disability, including the legal definition, characteristics, and limitations in intellectual functioning and adaptive behavior. b. Ways to address the needs of students within this disability category (strategies, accommodations, modifications, assistive technology). c. Supplementary aids and services and/or related services that may be included on the IEP.
ESE 631 Week 4 DQ 1 Planning for Students with Intellectual DisabilitiesFor more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com Planning for Students with Intellectual Disabilities. Please read “Intellectual disability: Matthew’s story.” Discuss what it means to have an intellectual disability and how this might impact Matthew’s overall education. Then, based on his interests and needs, discuss the supplementary supports and services that could be integrated into his IEP to support his success in school. Further, discuss specific ways in which interagency collaboration and community-based instruction could support Matthew in achieving his goals and dreams beyond high school. If applicable, share any personal or professional experiences you have had with working with students with an intellectual disability.
ESE 631 Week 4 DQ 2 Supporting Students with Physical ImpairmentsFor more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com Supporting Students with Physical Impairments. Consider the characteristics of an individual with physical disabilities. Choose one physical disability area you are interested in learning more about (e.g., spina bifida or cerebral palsy) to elaborate on. How might the characteristics of your chosen disorder affect development and learning? What accommodations could an educator make to address the needs of a student with a physical disability? What related services might support the needs of a student with this disability? What assistive technology tools or devices might provide greater access and independence for students?
ESE 631 Week 5 DQ 1 Families and AutismFor more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com Families and Autism. Watch the video Families of Kids with Autism Talk about Their Successes. Post your reaction to the video, and then discuss how families of children with autism partner with educators to provide appropriate accommodations for learning and development. Imagine yourself in the role of a teacher of a child with autism in your classroom. Generate a list of research-based best practices for collaborating with the family to build a strong school-family partnership.
ESE 631 Week 5 DQ 2 Transition and Self-DeterminationFor more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com Transition and Self-Determination. Read the articles, “Designing Individualized Education Program (IEP) Transition Plans” and “Self-Determination and the Education of Students with Disabilities.” Identify and discuss the elements of an IEP transition plan, as well as the importance of promoting self-determination in the transition plan and process. Discuss your experiences and insights on effective strategies to teach self-determination skills to a student with a disability and what challenges you might anticipate when teaching these skills. How would you overcome these challenges to ensure students are well prepared for life beyond high school?
ESE 631 Week 6 DQ 1 Sensory ImpairmentsFor more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com Sensory Impairments. Discuss some of the learning needs of students with visual impairments (VI) and hearing impairments (HI). How might the characteristics of each disability affect development and learning? What accommodations could an educator make to address the needs of a student with each of these disabilities? What are some important inclusion tips to support students with VI and students with HI in the general education classroom?
ESE 631 Week 6 DQ 2 Diverse Learners and Differentiated InstructionFor more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.comDiverse Learners and Differentiated Instruction. Visit the “DifferentiationCentral” website and review at least two videos of your choice. In your post, summarize the main ideas of your two videos and discuss your perspective on differentiation and how this approach can meet the needs of a diverse classroom. Additionally, what challenges will an educator have when trying to teach a lesson to a diverse group of learners? Assume the class consists of students who are considered gifted, typical students and students with disabilities
ESE 631 Week 6 Final Paper Professional Presentation
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In an article from the Council for Exceptional Children, Beckman (2001) states “Improved student learning requires teachers, schools, and
districts to give up unproductive traditions and beliefs, replacing them with validated practices and a full understanding of the intent of the
law. Successful student access to the general education curriculum is most likely when there is general acceptance” of best practices in
special education and adherence to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
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