Special Education IDEA Categories

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Special Education IDEA Categories by Mind Map: Special Education IDEA Categories

1. Allow extra time to practice new skills and to finish tasks

2. Accommodations for Students who have impaired executive Functioning

2.1. Autism


2.3. Brain Injury

3. DORE Program

4. Specific Learning Disability

4.1. The skills most often affected are: reading, writing, listening, speaking, reasoning, and doing math

4.2. dyslexia—which refers to difficulties in reading;

4.3. dysgraphia—which refers to difficulties in writing; and

4.4. dyscalcula—which refers to difficulties in math

4.5. Accomodations for Learning Disabilities

4.6. CASE STUDY: Nick

5. Speech or Language Impairment

6. Deaf-Blindness

6.1. Deaf-blindness is the combination of vision and hearing loss, requiring specific instructional strategies that address the presence of both sensory impairments

7. Deafness

7.1. Assistive Technology

8. Hearing Impairment

9. Intellectual Disability

10. Developmental Delay

11. Autism

12. Orthopedic Impairment

12.1. Accomodations

12.1.1. Communicate with families and other professionalls to coordinate care and strategies

12.1.2. Consider medical needs when planning instruction & actitivites

12.1.3. Provide seating and mobility to suit student needs

12.1.4. Think about the essence of the skills you want to teach, identify a multitude of ways students can engage and demonstrate learning

13. Multiple Disabilities

13.1. CASE STUDY: Ellie Specific LD + ADD

14. Traumatic Brain Injury

14.1. Keep classroom routines consistent

14.2. Offer students multiple ways to learn new skills and information

14.3. Communicate with families and other professionals to share information and strategies

14.4. Reduce distractions to help students focus

15. Visual Impairment, Including Blindness

15.1. Adaptive P.E. Games

15.2. Assistive Technology

15.2.1. Video Magnifiers

15.2.2. Braille Technology

15.2.3. Optical Character Recognition systems

15.2.4. Speech Systems

15.2.5. Magnification Programs for the Computer Screen

16. Individual Education Program Video: What is an IEP?

17. Emotional Disturbance

17.1. CASE STUDY: Megan

18. Other Health Impairments

18.1. Due to Chronic or acute health problems that adversely affects a child's performance

18.1.1. asthma

18.1.2. ADD/ ADHD

18.1.3. diabetes

18.1.4. epilepsy

18.1.5. heart condition

18.1.6. hemophilia

18.1.7. lead poisoning

18.1.8. leukemia

18.1.9. nephritis

18.1.10. rheumatic fever

18.1.11. sickle cell anemia

18.1.12. Tourette syndrome

18.2. Having limited strength, vitality, or alertness, including a heightened alertness to environmental stimuli, that results in limited alertness with respect to the educational environment

19. Assisted Learning Links