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IDEA Special Education Today by Mind Map: IDEA Special Education Today

1. Autism

1.1. A developmental disability significantly affecting verbal and nonverbal communication and social interaction, generally evident before age three, that adversely affects a child’s educational performance. Other characteristics often associated with autism are engaging in repetitive activities and stereotyped movements, resistance to environmental change or change in daily routines, and unusual responses to sensory experiences.

1.1.1. Emotionally disturbed children

1.1.2. Asperger syndrom

1.1.3. Rhett syndrom

1.1.4. Childhood distegrative disorder

1.1.5. PDDNOS

1.2. Tools for the classroom

1.2.1. apps that promote social development

1.2.1.1. Look in my Eyes

1.2.1.2. Emotionary

1.2.2. one-on-one instruction with tutor or teacher

1.2.3. use Task analysis

1.2.4. Give fewer instructions

1.2.5. avoid idioms

1.2.6. Peer modeling

1.2.7. predictable transitions

1.3. 3 Case studies with autistic children and speech therapies

2. Deaf-Blindness

2.1. Simultaneous hearing and visual impairments, the combination of which causes severe communication and other developmental and educational needs that cannot be accommodated in a special education program solely for children who are deaf or blind.

2.2. Tools in the classroom

2.2.1. Assited Listening Devises ALDs

2.2.2. Interperters

2.2.3. Note-takers using Braille note-taking devises

2.2.4. Taped text books

3. Deafness

3.1. A hearing impairment so severe that a child is impaired in processing linguistic information through hearing, withor without amplification.

3.2. Caroline's Story

3.3. Tools for the Classroom:

3.3.1. Interperter for those who use sign language

3.3.2. Sitting closer to the teacher to facilitate lip reading.

3.3.3. Captioned film and videos

3.3.4. Assistance of a note taker

3.3.5. Written instructions

3.3.6. Transcribed lectures

4. Developmental Delay

4.1. Is Defined by each state means a delay in one or more of the following areas that adversely affects the child's education performance.

4.1.1. Physical development

4.1.2. cognivitive delopment

4.1.3. communication

4.1.4. Social/emotional

4.1.5. Adaptive (behavioral) delvelopoment

4.2. Assisstive Technology for Developmental delay.

4.2.1. Tools for the classroom

4.2.1.1. Communication boards

4.2.1.2. adjusting curriculum levels to students knowledge base

4.2.1.3. sticker pages-fine motor skills

4.2.1.4. pencil grips and writing boards

4.2.1.5. Crabby-writer app

4.2.1.6. talk to text apps

5. Emotional Disturbance

5.1. A condition exhibiting one or more of the following characteristics over a long period of time, and to a degree that adversely affects educational performance.

5.1.1. Inability to learn that cannot be explained by intellectual, sensory, or disease

5.1.2. Inability to build or maintain interpersonal relationships with peers and teachers

5.1.3. Inappropriate types of behaviors or feelings under normal circumstances

5.1.4. General pervasive moods of unhappiness or depression

5.1.5. A tendency to develop physical symptoms or fears associated with personal or school problems

5.1.6. A diagnosis of schizophrenia

5.1.7. Socially maladjusted children without a diagnosed emotional disturbance.

5.2. Megan's story

5.3. Tools for the classroom

5.3.1. School counceling

5.3.1.1. Psychology therapy/family therapy

5.3.2. Adult mentoring program

5.3.3. Positivie reinforcement

5.3.4. Participation in school/community activities when appropriate

6. Hearing Impairment

6.1. An impairment in hearing whether permanent or fluctuating that adversely affects the child's educational process, but is not included under the definition of "deafness"

6.1.1. Tools for the classroom

6.1.1.1. Teacher amplification device

6.1.1.2. sitting up front to enable lip reading

6.1.1.3. Written instructions

6.1.1.4. Hand-free personal listening device

6.1.1.5. captioned film and videos

7. Intellectual Disability

7.1. Significant sub-average general intellectual functioning, existing concurrently with deficits in adaptive behavior and manifested during the developmental period.

7.2. Rosa's Law 2010

7.3. Tools for the classroom

7.3.1. e-book readers

7.3.2. ireadwrite

7.3.3. readoutloud6

7.3.4. Have tests questions read to him

7.3.5. Adjust the curriculum to meet level of understanding.

7.4. Matthew's Story

8. Multiple Disabilities

8.1. Simultaneous impairments of which causes server educational needs that they cannot be accommodated in a special education program solely for one of the impairments

8.1.1. Deaf-Blindness

8.2. Technology apps for 0-8 years Webinar

8.3. Tools for the classroom

8.3.1. Communication boards

8.3.2. e-book readers

8.3.3. readoutloud 6

8.3.4. positioning devices

8.3.5. Focusing on what the student can do.

9. Orthopedic Impairment

9.1. A severe orthopedic impairment that adversly affects academic performance

9.1.1. Congenital anomaly

9.1.2. Orthopedic disease

9.1.3. Other causes

9.1.3.1. Cerebral palsy

9.1.3.2. Amputations

9.1.3.3. Contractures

9.2. Tools for the classroom

9.2.1. special designed desks

9.2.2. Learning trays/boards

9.2.3. special designed chairs

9.2.4. Therapy dogs

9.2.5. accessible classroom for wheelchairs

9.2.6. Easels

10. Specific Learning Disability

10.1. A disorder in one or more basic psychological processes suing language that effects the ability to listen, think, speak, read, write, spell or do math.

10.1.1. perceptual disability

10.1.2. Brain injury

10.1.3. Minimal brain disfunction

10.1.4. Dyslexia

10.1.5. Developmental ephasia

10.1.6. Visual problems

10.1.7. Hearing problems

10.1.8. Motor disabilites

10.1.9. Intellectual disabilities

10.1.10. Emotional problems

10.1.11. Environmental problems

10.1.12. Cultural issues

10.1.13. Economic problems

10.2. Tools for the classroom

10.2.1. e-readers

10.2.2. ireadwrite

10.2.3. Picture Me Reading

10.2.4. Giving verbal as well as written instructuion

10.2.5. Learning as a game

10.3. Nick's Story

10.4. Ellie's Story

11. Speech or Language Impairment

11.1. Communication disorder that adversely effects educational performance.

11.1.1. Stuttering

11.1.2. Impaired articulation

11.1.3. Language impairment

11.1.4. Voice impairment

11.2. Tools for the classroom

11.2.1. speech therapy

11.2.1.1. students that stutter can benefit from peer to peer communication with a therapist

11.2.2. communication boards

11.2.3. Break new tasks into longer, more specific steps

11.2.4. e-readers

12. Traumatic Brain Injury

12.1. An acquired injury to the brain caused by an external physical force resulting in total or partial functional disability and/or psycho-social impairment that adversely affects educational performance.

12.1.1. Congenital brain disorders

12.1.2. Degenerative brain disorders

12.1.3. Birth trauma

12.2. Tools for the classroom

12.2.1. untimed tests

12.2.2. Adjustable book holders

12.2.3. physical and/or occupational therapy

12.2.4. e-book readers

12.2.5. Note takers

12.2.6. shorter tasks, repeated instructions

12.3. Robert's Story

12.3.1. My husband Robert got into a near death accident when he was a freshman in college. He had to relearn how to walk, speak, write, among other daily activities.  He was diagnosed as having a TBI. When he was able to go back to school, he used several different accommodations and modifications, including a large grip on his pencil and un-timed tests.  He said the only way he passed his physics class was the ability to take tests without a time limit.

13. Visual Impairment including Blindness

13.1. Impairment in vision that, even with correction, adversly affects educational performance

13.1.1. partial sight

13.1.2. Blindness

13.2. Tools for the classroom

13.2.1. Large print books

13.2.2. Magnifying bars

13.2.3. Audio books

13.2.4. Braille note taking devices

13.2.5. audio recording devices

14. Other Health Impairment

14.1. Having limited strength, vitality, or alertness, including heightened alertness due to environmental stimuli; which results in limited alertness with respects to the educational environment.

14.1.1. Asthma

14.1.2. ADD/ADHD

14.1.3. Chronic or acute hearth problems

14.1.4. Diabetes

14.1.5. Epilepsy

14.1.6. Hemophilia

14.1.7. Heart conditions

14.1.8. Lead poisoning

14.1.9. Leukemia

14.1.10. Nephritis

14.1.11. Rheumatic Fever

14.1.12. Sickle cell anemia

14.1.13. Touretts syndrom

14.2. Hani's story

14.2.1. My son Hani has seizures.  When he started K, the school suggested he be put on an IEP under Other Health Impairment.  Because academically he was on target for his grade level, we decided to set up a 504 plan instead.  Some of his accommodations include: being given written as well as oral instructions (since he has seizures in class); having un-timed tests; extra time to turn in homework if needed; among other physical accommodations like being allowed to use the bathroom whenever.

14.3. Tools for the classroom

14.3.1. Written as well as oral instructions

14.3.2. modified homework schedule

14.3.3. untimed tests

14.3.4. tutor if the child has lots of absences