Special Education in the Classroom. Support for Teachers in implementing best practice for Students with Disabilities. The Special Education Process. When does the process begin for special education?. The Intervention Assistance Team.
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Support for Teachers in implementing best practice for Students with Disabilities
When does the process begin for special education?
The classroom teacher is the single most important part of the team because he/she serves as the first advocate for the student in the school setting.
LEVEL ONE- Typical interventions provided to entire class
LEVEL TWO- modified curriculum and accommodations
LEVEL THREE – more 1:1 assistance and /or small group pull-out
Teacher Observation and Documentation
Fine Motor /Gross Motor Assessments
Hearing and Vision Screens
Adaptive Behavior Assessment if needed
ETR establishes Disability Category
oral & written directions
reduced reading level
a. Functional Behavioral Assessment
b. Behavior Intervention Plan
c. IAT/IEP Team
a. Family Advocate
b. Community-based counseling
c. Multi-disciplinary team approach
ONGOING SUPPORT & COMMUNICATION
Teacher & Intervention/Related Services Staff
Teacher & Parent
Teacher & Student
Teachers making a difference every day!