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Dr. K

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Linda Ayegbaroju

The Big Picture
Connecting the Dots between Special Education and the Curriculum

SECTION - LAW

Laws that started it all
1. Brown v Board of Education (1954)
2. 14 Amendment

Laws influencing Head Start Programs
1. Economic Opp. Amendments (1972)

Laws influencing assessment
1. Diana v State Board of Ed. (1970)

Laws influencing inclusion
1. Section 504
2. ADA
3. Education for all handicapped children Act
a. 1975
b. 1986
4. IDEA
a. 1997
b. 2004
5. NCLB

Laws influencing transition
1. Perkins Act. 1984
2. School to work opportunities (1994)

Principals influencing the special education laws
1. Due process
2. Equal protection
3. Zero reject
4. Assessment
5. FAPE
6. LRE
7. Parent participation

In order for me to study effectively I must be able to understand what is going instead of memorizing. So I am trying to develop an outline, which can help me see the big picture

Questions about laws 9OPEN TO EVERYONE)
1. I know that the 6 principles basically come from IDEA 1997/2004 and also connected or strengthen by NCLB. I am having trouble putting it all together. Could you give me a brief overview?
2. Do I have the laws under the right topic?
3. I am missing any important laws?
4. Do I need to expand more in any area?

Linda Ayegbaroju

Components of the federal laws that require teacher/administrators daily involvement
1. Full range of service
2. Suspension, expulsion, and alternative placement
3. LRE
4. IEP (development)
5. Assessment, referral, and placement

5. The components of federal laws should which required daily management be sped teachers should be address according because it covers or touches on a wide range of areas ?

6. could anyone help me connect some of the dots in this area as well?

Linda Ayegbaroju

Components of the federal laws that require teacher/administrators daily involvement
1. Full range of service
2. Suspension, expulsion, and alternative placement
3. LRE
4. IEP (development)
5. Assessment, referral, and placement

5. The components of federal laws should which required daily management be sped teachers should be address according because it covers or touches on a wide range of areas ?

6. could anyone help me connect some of the dots in this area as well?

Dr. K

For theories and theorists who influenced the law, you can consider civil rights law and theories or principles of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity by ensuring access and holding schools accountable. For practice, consider John Dewey, Vygotsky, Skinner, Piaget, and others who influenced education and special education. Remember and consider any names of significant persons you covered in courses such as behavior management and foundations in education. This prompt is one that you can use to support your discussion of laws and policies. Look at CC1K1 again to orient yourself.

Dr. K

Standard 3.
You are showcasing your content knowledge for each standard so when you write about individual learning differences you will be addressing how children with ELN are impacted by their disability over their lifetime. The 2 courses that guide your thinking in prepping for this response are early childhood special education and adolescence with ELN.
You will also want to address culturally responsive teaching. It is mentioned in both sample questions.
Lifespan issues are ones that follow a person from birth and early childhood through adolescence and throughout a lifetime.

Social and academic skills and deficits are sped speak for how a child or person gets along socially and academically: strengths and areas of concern. The main thrust of Standard 3 is learning differences as they manifest in different types of exceptional conditions and exist within specific cultural context. Culturally responsive teaching (multicultural education), differentiated instruction, and UDL are teaching methods and concepts that reach children with diverse learning needs.

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