The Balanced Curriculum. NCDPI Instructional Services Division. Background. Need identified through communications from the field ISD Curriculum Committee formed Elementary Document completed in 2003 Middle School and High School Documents to follow. Elementary Curriculum Committee.By MikeCarlo
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EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN. Who Are Identified As Exceptional?. 6.5 million children in the U.S. Categories include: Learning disabled Communication disorders Mental retardation intellectual disability Behavior disorders Physically impaired Gifted and talented. Learning Disabilities.
EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN. Who Are Identified As Exceptional?. 6.5 million children in the U.S. Categories include: Learning disabled Communication disorders Mental retardation Behavior disorders Physically impaired Gifted and talented. Learning Disabilities.
Exceptional Children. Gifted children – those who have special abilities in one or more areas. Ex. Special talent in music, art math or language. They are highly creative. Types of disabilities. May affect: Mobility Vision Hearing Ability to learn
Exceptional Children. Staff Development – Day 2. Exceptional Children. Before Special Education…. Denied access to education Denied opportunities to learn Institutionalized Even in 1970….U.S. schools educated only one in five children with disabilities
Exceptional Children. Areas of Exceptional Children and Adults (Categorical Titles). Multicultural and Bilingual Aspects of Special Education Mental Retardation Learning Disabilities Emotional or Behavioral Disorders Communication Disorders Hearing Impairment Visual Impairment
EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN DIVISION. Kara’s Story. Personal Perspective. Think back to a time in your life when you went through a transitional period. What was the goal of transition? What types of things did you do to accomplish the goal? Who helped you during this period of transition?
Twice-Exceptional Children. Defining Twice Exceptional. Discrepancy between intelligence and achievement (IQ similar to gifted population along with achievement similar to students with learning disabilities ;difference b/t intelligence and achievement).
Current Legal issues facing K-12 schools: New Developments in Special Education Law and their Implications for Special Education Programs. Council for Exceptional Children 36th Louisiana Super Conference on Special Education , January 31, 2017. Background. History Training
Grandparents Raising Exceptional Children. Thesis Proposal HNRS 3500 Landeia Phillips UNT Honors College Mentor: Joyce Rademacher Department of Education November 29, 2005. Thesis.