When looking at the historical perspective of services for children with exceptionalities, the 1950s saw
From an educator’s point of view, identification of a student as exceptional is necessary when the student a. has an obvious interindividual difference.
Children with are the only exceptional children not covered under federal legislation.
In defining the term children with exceptionalities, which characteristic is most central?
Legally recognized categories of exceptionality are defined by
Educators use ____________________________________
to address the intraindividual differences that require adjustments to
the educational program for a child with exceptionalities.
Shannon, who is 10 years old, has the intelligence of a 12-year-old and the social behavior of a 8-year-old. This discrepancy is referred to by the authors of your text as an
Interindividual differences are differences that exist
Using tiers to deliver different intensity of instruction and intervention is an example of