Communicating about individuals with disabilities
Using sensitive and appropriate language is important in talking about individuals with disabilities, especially when collaborating with colleagues and families. What tips from the readings were new to you regarding communicating about individuals with disabilities? Which habits related to appropriate language do you think special education teachers need to educate their general education colleagues on the most?
Some general educators believe they do not have the time or the expertise to comply with a student’s IEP. Explain how you, as the special education teacher, would support such a teacher in order to best meet the needs of the student.
Provide an example of a situation where a student may need to bypass a step that cannot be mastered after a reasonable amount of time in order to move ahead. What adaptations might you make? When might this bypass of a step prove to be a mistake?
What are some behavioral accommodations that you might make for students with disabilities who pose ? How would you explain these accommodations to other teachers and school staff members? Provide an example. Added to cart