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SED Final- Online

Significantly subaverage general intellectual functioning existing concurrently with deficits in adaptive behavior and manifested during the developmental period that adversely affects a child’s educational performance is a definition of which of the following? (learning disabilites; dyslexia; anxiety disorder; mental retardation) Mental Retardation Supports are services, resources, and personal assistance for enabling a person to do…

Spanish

He decides to follow   decide seguir he complains se queja he can’t decide no puede decidir ; he realizes se da cuenta he cuts his moustache se corta el bigote they kiss se besan he gives him back le devuelve; he invites to eat dinner invita a cenar admirers; admiradores his, her bad luck…

Special Education

Three Term Contingency A=Antecedent  B=Behavior C=Consequences Discipline     Actions that seek to improve behavior in some way by increasing skills or competence in a given area. Reinforcement Increases the probability that the behavior it follows will reoccur. Punishment Decreases the probability that the behavior it follows will reoccur. Reward   Something given to a person…

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Special Operations

Each gographic combatant command has a ____ to plan and control join special operations fores in their areas of responsibility. It is a sub-unified command of the geographic combatant command and the source of expertise in all areas of special oeprations. Theater Special Operations Command (TSOC) When required, the joint task force commander may establish…

SPED818 Behavior Management by Dr. Maag

Three-Term Contingency A,B,C AntecendentBehaviorConsequence  Antecedet Circumstances that exist in an environment before a behavior is exhibited. Behavior What individuals do—observable action. Consequence affects future behavior by serving to either increase, decrease, or maintain it.  2 forms:1. new stimulus is presented or added to the environment2. an already-present stimulus is avoided, termintated, or removed from the…

students with disabilities

PL 94-142 (Education of All Handicapped Children Act) In 1975, Congress passed Public Law 94-142 (Education of All Handicapped Children Act), now codified as IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act). in order to receive federal funds, states must develop and enforce policies that guarantees a free appropriate public education (FAPE) to all children with disabilities….

TE-150 Terms – Exam 2

Dr. Mover Deep ProcessingRote LearningMneumonic-ingOrganizingVisualizing ImageryElaboratingRehearsing Embodied Cognition -Reperception -Meshing-Suppressing “Memory is as Thinking Does” -Rote Knowledge-“Shallow” Knowledge-“Deep” Knowledge Reperception (re-experience) remembering events from past Meshing using past memories to perceive stimuli Suppressing Suppressing stimuli to recall information Rote Knowledge no content or deep understanding “Shallow” Knowledge some content understanding (not deep) no relationship knowledge…

TE 250 terminology quiz

Race a classification system used to categorize humans into large and distinct populations or groups by heritable phenotypic characteristics, geographic ancestry, physical appearance, and ethnicity Proven to be very difficult because human groups in modern societies are highly mixed physically. Consequently, different and often conflicting race typologies exist. (Banks and Banks, p. 447) Racism A…

Test 1 CHD 208/ChD 100 Study Guide

What is Management? Controls are direct people/resources in a group. What is leadership? Setting a direction or vision to follow. What are the Five C’s of Leadership 1. Character 2. Committed 3. Caring 4. Communication 5. Confidence What are three Responsibilities of Directors? 1. Supervise Curriculum 2. In Charge of Finances 3. Enrollment Duties What are…

TExES ESL SUPPLEMENTAL 154

PHONOLOGY the way in which speech sounds form patterns COMPONENTS OF PHONOLOGY phonemes, pitch, and stress PHONEME the smallest unit of sound that affects meaning; distinguishes one word from another. PITCH determines the context or meaning of words or series of words based on intonation rise and fall of a word STRESS can occur at a…

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