Week 8 Prep and Reading

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Week 8 Prep and Reading by Mind Map: Week 8 Prep and Reading

1. Possible Points of Confusion for Parents

1.1. o Knowledge of the required processes

1.2. Understanding what is involved in a parent meeting

1.3. Knowledge of the legal elements of special education decision making

1.4. o Understanding vocabulary

1.5. Specific disability category labels

1.6. o Meeting content and protocols

1.7. Purpose of meeting and the required parts of the meeting and what comes after as well

1.8. Their role as parents and services provided and participation

2. Strategies for Clarification

2.1. o Create a simple brochure and provide it before the meeting

2.2. o Contact parents if they have any questions

2.3. o Make list of most common terms used

2.4. o Have a “jargon monitor”

2.5. o Ask parents questions to check their understanding

2.6. o Establish that participants must stay for the whole meeting

2.7. o Provide list for parents of each person participating and their role

2.8. o Meet and talk with parents before the meeting to make sure they understand

2.9. o Overall, provide resources and tools for parents to rely on for further information and understanding

3. 5 Phases

3.1. o Intake and assessment: family members and educators determine the needs of each participant regarding the educational relationship

3.2. o Selection of goals: specific goals are jointly developed on an individual family basis and helps shapes family involvement

3.3. o Planning and implementing activities: involve implementing the activities designed to accomplish the goals outlined in the previous phase

3.4. o Evaluation of activities: input from families as well as educators and helps to answer questions such as making sure the plan is being following

3.5. o Review: Allows for review of the process as well as the product of the collaborative relationship and ask questions such as what changes need to be made in the process

4. Speech and Language Disorders

4.1. Speech and Language Impairment

4.2. o Term used in IDEA to refer to speech and language disorders

4.3. Speech Disorder

4.4. o Problem with articulation, voice, or fluency

4.5. Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)

4.6. o Strategies for compensating for an individual’s communication limitation or disabilities