Creating Responsive Learning Environments
1. Creating Learning Environments 2. placed at risk Characteristics of studentssocioeconomic status lack of coping skillsevidence of behavior issues referred to special education english speaking ability low school achievement retention in grade absenteeism mobility minority status Presented by: Brent Daigle, Ph.D. 3. I.D.E.i.A IEPs and 1. Autism 2. Deaf-Blindness 3. Deafness 4. Emotional Disturbance Presented by: Brent Daigle, Ph.D. 4. I.D.E.i.AIEPs and 5. Hearing Impairment 6. Mental Retardation 7. Multiple Disabilities 8. Orthopedic ImpairmentPresented by: Brent Daigle, Ph.D. 5. I.D.E.i.A IEPs and9. Other Health Impairment 10. Specific Learning Disability 11. Speech/Language Impairment Presented by: Brent Daigle, Ph.D. 6. I.D.E.i.A IEPs and12. Traumatic Brain Injury 13. Visual Impairment Presented by: Brent Daigle, Ph.D. 7. I.D.E.i.AIEPs and Highly Qualified Full state certifications (no waivers), holds a license to teach, and meets the state requirements. Requires states to recruit, hire, train, and retain highly qualified personnel to provide SPED and related services Mandatory medication prohibited In line with NCLB 8. participants IEP OthersParent(s) Special Education TeacherRegular Education TeacherDistrict Representative Child/StudentPresented by: Brent Daigle, Ph.D. 9. IEP Components Present Level of PerformanceSpecial Education/Related ServicesSupplementary Aids/ Services Program Modifications/ Accommodations Annual Goals and ObjectivesPresented by: Brent Daigle, Ph.D. 10. requirementsI.D.E.i.A Zero RejectNondiscriminatory identification and evaluationFree Appropriate Public Education (FAPE)Least Restrictive EnvironmentDue Process Safeguards Parent / Child ParticipationShared Decision Making Presented by: Brent Daigle, Ph.D. 11. NCLB I.D.E.i.A. & same statewide assessment same academic goals 12. I.D.E.i.A. 6.1 million school age children+ 1 million birth to 5$10.6 billion in 2006 13. Options placement regular class 80 % or more regular class 40-79% of day regular class less than 40% private separate (day) facility public separate (day) facility homebound/hospitalprivate residential facility correctional facilityparentally placed private school children Presented by: Brent Daigle, Ph.D. 14. History Special Education private groups equality right to education Presented by: Brent Daigle, Ph.D. 15. Inclusion Interactive teaching: (whole class)Station teaching: (small groups) Parallel teaching: (small groups)Alternative teaching (whole/small)Presented by: Brent Daigle, Ph.D. 16. modelsinclusive Stakeholder Input Leadership Curriculum organization Collaboration Staff development Partnerships Presented by: Brent Daigle, Ph.D. 17. models inclusive Collaboration is no longer a choice; it is a necessity. Working together. . . is essential in order to address the increasingly diverse and sometimes daunting needs of students.--Marilyn Friend, University of North Carolina Presented by: Brent Daigle, Ph.D. 18. learning time academicAmount of time and the quality of education time a student spends attending to relevant academic tasks while performing those tasks with a high rate of successCaldwell, Huitt, and BerlinerInformal and Formal Curriculum management/transition socializing discipline unoccupied/observing out of the room --Huitt, Caldwell, Traver& Graeber Presented by: Brent Daigle, Ph.D. 19. learning time academicWritten Curriculumvs. Taught curriculumvs.Tested Curriculum Presented by: Brent Daigle, Ph.D.