This essay Advanced Organizer: Chapter 15 has a total of 1321 words and 8 pages.
Advanced Organizer: Chapter 15 – Assessment of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
Directions: As you review this week’s assigned readings, please complete the organizer to focus on key points. Submit the completed organizer to the assignment dropbox in Blackboard.
Before I read, here are my thoughts:
What do I already know about assessing emotional and behavioral disorders in a few words (you can list terms or share a few experiences you’ve had)? Before I read I know that when assessing EBD a student must go through a lot of observations to determine the severity of their disability and what may even cause it.
What questions do I have? What are some ways to calm a child down or maybe even pick a child up that may be depressed or anxious?
Rating my knowledge:
Please rate your knowledge before you read using this scale:
1. I don’t feel like I know anything about this topic.
2. I’ve heard some of the terms, but couldn’t tell you what they mean
3. I feel fairly comfortable with the key concepts, but want to know more.
4. I know all about this, and could teach this section. 2
As I read, here are my thoughts:
Main Topic Key Points
General rules for evaluation for special education Laid down through federal law through the IDEA act.
• Parents must participate Parents are a part of the decision making team when it comes to eligibility, writing IEP’s, and determining appropriate placement.
• Multiple disciplines must be involved Evaluation consists of assessments of a student’s educational needs including four components: Medical, psychological, social and educational.
• All known or suspected disabilities must be assessed accurately and fairly Students must be assessed in each area of known or suspected disability. Tests must be carried out in non-discriminatory manners and in the student’s native language.
• Assessment results must be confidential All test results and records must be kept confidential. No one except teachers and other professionals are allowed to review the records without parent permission.
• Parents have a right to mediation or a due process hearing If the parents disagree with the original plan then they can have another evaluation done by someone non-affiliated with that school.
• Periodic reevaluation is required After placement into special education, each students progress is assessed at least annually.
• Transition planning must be part of the IEP for students aged 16 or older Transition into work or further education must be included into the IEP for students ages 16 and older.
• Students with EBD must be included in general assessments of educational progress All students with disabilities must be included in state-wide standard or general assessments of educational progress.
• Positive behavior intervention plans based on a functional behavioral assessment must be included in the IEP Things to consider during a FBA is the source of the referral and the initial appearance of the issue. Young students most often never refer themselves for evaluation, so when they speak about an issue they are having we must take it serious.
General criteria for acceptable assessments
• Reliability of assessment Our goal is not to get rid of the error but to make sure that the assessments and the decisions based from them are as free from bias as possible.
• Validity of assessment The validity of assessment refers to the extent to which it measures what its intended to measure. Some complications related to validity are the ability to isolate certain behaviors.
• The importance of reliable and valid measures for students with EBD Students with disabilities are entitled to certain rights that don’t apply to their peers, such as: Procedural safeguards including informed parental consent for initial assessment, use of a variety of assessment tools, tests by trained personnel and assessment of all areas of suspected disability.
• Early identification and prevention `The purpose of screening in EBD is primarily secondary prevention opposed to primary prevention.
• Screening as convergence and confirmation of concerns A key provision of practice in assessment is that no single procedure or data source should ever be used to make important decisions.
• Using functional behavioral assessment in screening Using FBA has been suggested as a useful tool for identifying children with EBD at an early age.
Pre-referral strategies and response to intervention Before students are evaluated for special education services teachers must try to accommodate their needs in regular classes.
Evaluation for eligibility If everything else fails a student may get a formal referral for special education evaluation.
Current trends in educational assessment for instruction Selecting the right tool for the job requires a clear determination of the instructional needs of students.
Evaluation for instruction and
Topics Related to Advanced Organizer: Chapter 15
Educational psychology, Special education, Education policy, Disability, Segregation, Individualized Education Program, Response to intervention, Emotional and behavioral disorders, Standardized test, Educational assessment, Inclusion, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
Essays Related to Advanced Organizer: Chapter 15
History Of Education In AmericaHistory of Education in America As far back as the beginning of our nation, early leaders emphasized the importance of education and provided funds to create education for children from every background in our country. Thomas Jefferson said, ? Above all things, I hope the education of the common people will be extended to; convinced that on this good sense we may rely with the most security for the preservation of a due degree of liberty.? He knew the importance of education (Jennings, 1996). In
DementiaDementia What is Dementia? Dementia is an organic brain syndrome which results in global cognitive impairments. Dementia can occur as a result of a variety of neurological diseases. Some of the more well known dementing diseases include Alzheimer's disease (AD), multi-infarct dementia (MID), and Huntington's disease (HD). Throughout this essay the emphasis will be placed on AD (also known as dementia of the Alzheimer's type, and primary degenerative dementia), because statistically it is the mos
Verbal AggressionVerbal Aggression Verbal aggression is message behavior which attacks a person's self-concept in order to deliver psychological pain.(Infante, 1995) Studies of verbal aggression have focused primarily on children and adolescents in educational and social settings. Very few studies were found to examine verbal aggression in adults in the workplace.(Ebbesen, Duncan, Konecni, 1974) The consequences of verbal aggression in the workplace can lead to social isolation, job related stress, health relate
Education Of Gifted ChildrenEducation of Gifted Children Started in the 1970?s, America?s Gifted & Talented programs are used to enhance the curriculum of students included in either category in order to challenge and strengthen their unique abilities. These students are usually provided a separate class with specialized lessons in all areas and a teacher with a special degree in gifted education. I feel that it is important that the teacher was a gifted student who would know what the students must face as above average
College DegreesCollege Degrees INTRODUCTION Many adults who graduate from high school immediately enter careers that do not require a college degree. Indeed, the majority of the adult population of the United States of America does not have college degrees. And the lack of degree is not a stigma. Vocations usually do not require degrees. Certainly the many trade vocations in the building industry do not require college degrees, but instead either vocational training, on-the-job training, and combinations of bo
School Violence and Violence in School: A proposal for a Teacher TrainSchool Violence and Violence in School: A proposal for a Teacher Train School Violence and Violence in School: A proposal for a Teacher Training Curriculum School Violence and Violence in School: A proposal for a Teacher Training Curriculum Ana Pedro Departamento de Educação, Universidade de Aveiro, Aveiro, 3810-193, Portugal Abstract In the first part of this study we examine the school violence question, be it the violence that happens at school, consequence of external pressures (cultural, so
A Detailed Research on Corruption in IndiaA Detailed Research on Corruption in India What is corruption? Corruption is a form of dishonest or unethical conduct by a person entrusted with a position of authority, often to acquire personal benefit.  Corruption may include many activities including bribery and embezzlement, though it may also involve practices that are legal in many countries.  Government, or \'political\', corruption occurs when an office-holder or other governmental employee acts in an official capacity for persona
Is E-Reading to Your Toddler Story Time, or Simply Is E-Reading to Your Toddler Story Time, or Simply Screen Time? ByÂ DOUGLAS QUENQUAOCT. 11, 2014 Clifford the Big Red Dog looks fabulous on an iPad . He sounds good, too â€” tap the screen and hear him pant as a blue truck roars into the frame. Go, truck, go! cheers the narrator. But does this count as story time? Or is it just screen time for babies? It is a question that parents, pediatricians and researchers are struggling to answer as children's books, just like all the other ones, migrat
Kids And Screen Time: What Does The Research Say? Kids And Screen Time: What Does The Research Say? ï¼ˆ from NPR ï¼‰ August 28, 2014Â 2:59 PM ET Kids are spending more time than ever in front of screens, and it may be inhibiting their ability to recognize emotions, according tonew research out of the University of California, Los Angeles. The study, published in the journalÂ Computers in Human Behavior, found that sixth-graders who went five days without exposure to technology were significantly better at reading human emotions than kids who h
CLT: Rehitorical eassy CLT: Rehitorical eassy [Document subtitle] The purpose of this paper is to describe CLT and its major implications for learning. To achieve this objective, the paper includes a short description of human cognitive architecture as conceived by cognitive load theorists. Following this overview, this paper provides a description of what makes CLT different from other cognitive theories. Next, the paper presents a discussion of learner experience and how different levels of prior knowledge can inte
Effect of Organizational Climate on Employee Motiv Effect of Organizational Climate on Employee Motivation and Organizational commitment in Pakistan Research based Thesis 8/16/2014 Institute of Business Management Submitted to: Sir Ashraf Janjua Prepared by: Sameen Salman ID: 9929 Subject: Seminar in Economic Policy Executive Summary Organizations have become very different then what they were previously. The systems, processes have changed and an individual is well aware of his or her interests and demands. This creates a lot of challenges for
Princess Catherine Ann B. Gaviola Princess Catherine Ann B. Gaviola MAEd- Social Studies LEARNING THEORIES As a teacher we have to equipped ourselves with learning theories in order to be efficient and also we have to anchor ourselves with a firm, adequate and effective theories so that we can be a caliber teacher of the 20th century. Personally I choose these three educational theories that I believe that can help me attain my goal and they are Behaviorism, Cognitivism , Connectivism. Behaviorism a learning theory that only fo