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John is a new student with a visual impairment and needs the assistance of a Teacher of the Visually Impaired in order to access the general curriculum. The principal at John’s new school states that the district does not employ a Teacher of the Visually Impaired, and suggests his parents try to find one privately.

Which one of the following has been violated?

Zero Reject

Free Appropriate Public Education

Parent Participation

Nondiscriminatory Evaluation

QUESTION 16

Jose’ speaks Spanish and is learning English as a second language. He was given tests in order to determine eligibility for a learning disability in English. Which one of the following has been violated?

Parent Participation

Zero Reject

Least Restrictive Environment

Nondiscriminatory Evaluation

QUESTION 17

Melanie is a fourth grader with a second grade reading and math level. Her IEP states that she would function best in a collaborative classroom, but due to scheduling issues, Melanie is in a resource room for both reading and math.

Which principle of IDEA has been violated?

Least Restrictive Environment

Parent Participation

Zero Reject

Nondiscriminatory Evaluation

QUESTION 18

April’s parents requested that a scheduled ARC meeting be rescheduled to a different day due to their work schedules. The school refused to change the ARC, parents could not attend.

Which principle of IDEA has been violated?

Zero Reject

Parent Participation

Least Restrictive Environment

Nondiscriminatory Evaluation

QUESTION 19

An IEP is a legally binding document.

True

False

QUESTION 20

Which is the correct sequence of the logic flow of an IEP?

Goals, objectives, Present level of performance, comprehensive evaluation, student performance.

Student performance, present level of performance, goals, objectives, comprehensive evaluation.

Objectives, goals, comprehensive evaluation, student performance, present level of performance

Comprehensive evaluation, present level of performance, goals, objectives, student performance

QUESTION 21

According to Dr. Lavoie, the concept of poker chips is all about which of the following…..

Rewarding good behavior

Punishment of inappropriate behaviors

Building a child’s self esteem

None of these

QUESTION 22

According to Dr. Lavoie, many times in order to be fair, we may have to treat students differently.

True

False

QUESTION 23

Positive reinforcement changes behavior.

True

False

QUESTION 24

The proper way to use ‘time out’ is to ensure the student receives positive reinforcement for negative behavior.

True

False

QUESTION 25

The concept of ‘successive approximations’ states that we need to reward students each step along the way (reward direction, not perfection).

True

False

QUESTION 26

One technique to ensure everyone in your classroom experiences success is to become a ‘talent scout.’

True

False

QUESTION 27

Punishment needs to be immediate and/or definite.

True

False

QUESTION 28

It is very important for students to learn how to ask questions, most conversations and collection of facts are through questionsl

True

False

QUESTION 29

In the educational video, Including Samuel, the parents became his therapist at home.

True

False

QUESTION 30

Some students may have twice the processing to do when decoding questions asked by teachers, if this is the case one should give the student time to process before answering.

True

False

QUESTION 31

Using silent signals with a student will decrease the child’s anxiety in the classroom.

True

False

QUESTION 32

The six principles of IDEA are the pillars of our special education laws we abide by today.

True

False

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