Special education process

Answer:

prereferral intervention (provide immediate and/or behavioral assistance, response to intervention-more formal and systematic process), evaluation and identification (non-discriminatory multifactored evaluation), program planning (program developed based on evaluation of students needs), placement (IEP team must determine LRE that meets the student's needs), progress monitoring, review, and evaluation (IEP must be thoroughly and formally reviewed on an annual basis).

One teaching/one helping

Answer:

floater method. one lectures, one provides support and help.

Parallel teaching

Answer:

teachers both covering same info but divide class into two groups and teach simultaneously.

Station teaching

Answer:

teachers divide content and students; each teacher teaches content to one group and repeats for another.

Alternative teaching

Answer:

one teacher takes responsibility for large group while the other works with small group that doesn't understand the material.

Team teaching

Answer:

both teachers are delivering same instruction at the same time.

General education classroom

Answer:

student receives a prescribed program under the direction of the gen ed classroom teacher.

General education classroom w/ consultation

Answer:

student receives a prescribed program under the direction of the gen ed classroom teacher who is supported by ongoing consultation from the special educator(s).

General education classroom with supplementary instruction and services

Answer:

student receives a prescribed program under the direction of the gen ed classroom teacher and also receives instruction and related services within the general ed classroom from the special educator and/or a paraeducator.

Homebound or hospital

Answer:

student receives special education and related services at home or in a hospital program.