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Preparing for the course exam

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Preparing for the course exam
Foundations of special education
EDU 5393
Laws & Litigation
High-Incidence Disability Categories

Areas
not covered
by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
Key Terms & Vocabulary
Four Steps of the Referral Process
Continuum
of
Services
Court Cases & Federal Mandates
Major Court Cases - connections, pathway to special education legislation

Hobson v. Hansen Larry P. v. Riles PARC v. PA

Diana v. CA BoE PASE v. Hannon Mills v. BoE of DC

Honig v. DoE

Federal Mandates - coverage for individuals
with and without
disabilities
amendments
provisions
implications
Autism
Emotional Disturbance
Intellectual Disabilities
Other Health Impairments
Specific Learning Disability
Speech/ Language Impairments
Traumatic Brain Injury
Visual Impairments
Deaf-Blindness
Hearing Impairment
English as a New Language
At-Risk & Early Intervention
Gifted & Talented

disability
impairment
handicap
prevalence
incidence
amendment
adaptive behavior
special education
assistive technology
accommodation
modification
universal design
related services
assessment
zero tolerance
manifestation determination
response to intervention
Concern & Reflection
Pre-Referral
Referral for Services
Individualized Education Plan Development
Placement Options
General Education classroom
Self-Contained Classroom
Public School BuiLding
pull-out/push-in services
Specialized School
Hospital Setting/ Juvenile Justice Settings
home-bound

What do you know about their: prevalence
definition(s)
characteristics
eligibility criteria
classroom implications
What happens at each step?
Who is responsible for what elements at each step?
What MUST be included in an IEP?
initial referral * re-evaluation * amendment
Vocational Rehabilitation Act, Section 504
Education for All Handicapped Children Act
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
Americans with Disabilities Act
No Child Left Behind
Every Student Succeeds Act
yes, the amendments matter
:)
just to name a few...
there is vocabulary for each category are too!
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