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Types of Disabilities

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korissa smith

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Transcript of Types of Disabilities

Types of Disorders
Autism
Speech Impaired
Deaf and Blindness
Traumatic Brain Injuries
Down Syndrome
Emotional Disturbance
Learning Disability (Dyslexia)

History
1700's
Neglect and Death
First identified form was the blind and deaf communities
1800's
Jean Marc Gaspard Itard was first known advocate
Edoured Sequin's set of principles
Law
School
Cont.
1900's
France established improved laws for Special Education classes
World Wars helped notice disabilities in a positive
Brown vs. Topeka
IDEA
1980's problems arise
Schools start having money problems
Schools are cutting Special Education first
Cutting teachers in the classroom
Who can be considered as a Special Education student
Cont.
New Millennium
Number of students in SE programs increased
IDEA contribute to 14% of school population
2010-2011 partial inclusion
Present
Programs run until a student is 21
Take modified version of MCA's
Social Problem and Need
Special Education students do not get one-on-one attention that they need by teachers
Not enough teachers to fit every ones needs
5:1 - Student:Teacher ratio
Target System
Elementary school students in area schools
High functioning Special Education classroom
Action System
Laura Bemel
Assistant Director of Field Experience
Alison Troldahl
Mankato Public Schools Volunteer Coordinator
Stephani Ross
Special Education teacher at Bridges Community School
Erika Sletten and Marilyn Solberg
Social Work and Special Education Majors
Event
Volunteering
Bridges Community School
Elementary School
Brochure
Distribution to MSU students
Brochure
Evaluation
Created an evaluation sheet
Alison gave us feedback on brochure
Results
Problems
Background Checks
Communication
Only short time in school
Put back information
Experience/Volunteering
Read with students
Helped with math
Teacher side work
Educational games
Spelling
Computer games
Sign Language
Analysis and Interpretation
Scale one 1-10 she gave us a 7
Short time
Help future students
Continuation Plan
Placing brochures in New Student Orientation packets
Continuing on volunteering
Lessons Learned
Patients
Everyone is different
Understanding of everyone's needs
Versatile
The little things
Thank you!
Korissa Smith
Mika Brannan
KaBree Krier
"Very helpful, everyone was willing to do anything that need to get done
"Help to get a lot of the busy work completed
Problems arose when scheduling for only a short time
"Most students thrive with the extra attention"

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