Question 1 1. Each of the following components must be included on an individualized education program (IEP) EXCEPT: Answer | 1. | annual goals| | 2. | related services to be provided| | 3. | student’s IQ score| | 4. | instructional objectives| 1 points Question 2 1. Each of the following people is typically on an IEP team EXCEPT: Answer | 1. | a parent or guardian| | 2. | a provider of special education| | 3. | the child’s general education teacher| | 4. | a special education lawyer| 1 points Question 3 1. What was the major accomplishment of IDEA and other federal laws with respect to transition?
Answer | 1. | They provided funding for postsecondary programs. | | 2. | They extended the age range served by special education to include students up to age 26. | | 3. | They mandated that school districts pay for postsecondary schooling (including college tuition) for students under the age of 21 with disabilities. | | 4. | They required schools to integrate transition plans into IEPs for students with disabilities. | 1 points Question 4 1. The special education intervention that requires the least specialized environment is: Answer | 1. | consultation by a special educator| | 2.
| instruction by an itinerant teacher| | 3. | instruction in a resource room| | 4. | instruction by a regular classroom teacher| 1 points Question 5 1. The ability to make personal choices and regulate one? s own life is known as Answer | 1. | self-concept. | | 2. | self-awareness. | | 3. | self-control| | 4. | self-determination. | 1 points Question 6 1. Schools must provide an individualized program for each student who requires special education services. This means that: Answer | 1. | each student must receive instruction on a one-to-one basis. | | 2. | an educational plan must be written for each student.
| | 3. | one individual must be responsible for each child’s education| | 4. | the portion of the program that is individualized must be delivered by a teacher who is certified in special education| 1 points Question 7 1. Which one of the following best describes an individual family service plan? Answer | 1. | a supplement to the IEP that specifies services that will be provided to the family of a student with disabilities| | 2. | a supplement to the IEP that identifies the role of family members in supporting the school’s program for a student with disabilities.
| | 3. | a type of IEP created for preschool children with disabilities| | 4. | an extension of the IEP that is used for secondary students. | 1 points Question 8 1. Leslie is enrolled in a regular classroom, but works with a special education teacher in a special education classroom for an hour a day. What type of special education services does Leslie receive? Answer | 1. | She recieves itinerant services. | | 2. | She receives resource services. | | 3. | She receives consultation services. | | 4. | She receives diagnostic-prescriptive services. |
1 points Question 9 1. Some educators have suggested that the phrase”least restrictive environment” is not appropriate for describing the placement of students. What term do they suggest as more accurate? Answer | 1. | most enabling environment| | 2. | most specialized environment| | 3. | least isolated environment| | 4. | most dedicated environment. | 1 points Question 10 1. Response to intervention (RTI) is a prereferral model most often used in determining whether a child has a specific learning disability. In this model, Answer | 1. | the teacher?
s anecdotal reports of student performance are used to determine a level of service. | | 2. | the teacher? s instruction is examined to determine its quality and whether it is research-based. | | 3. | professionals monitor student? s performance on standardized tests at different levels| | 4. | students usually receive one to two hours of closely monitored support in a resource room. | 1 points Question 11 1. Response to intervention (RTI) Answer | 1. | is used only in HIgh Schools| | 2. | is restricted to academic learning. | | 3. | can be applied to social behavior and academic learning.
| | 4. | is the same as a prereferral team except that it is limited to students with learning disabilities. | 1 points Question 12 1. In co-teaching, Answer | 1. | students take turns assuming the role of teacher. | | 2. | regular and special educators teach together in the same classroom. | | 3. | regular and special educators provide in-service training for each other. | | 4. | teachers and students take turns assuming the role of teacher. | 1 points Question 13 1. In cooperative learning, Answer | 1. | students work together in small homogeneous groups to solve problems or practice responses.
| | 2. | students without disabilities tutor those with disabilities in small groups. | | 3. | students with and without disabilities work together in small groups to solve problems or practice responses. | | 4. | students with disabilities tutor those without disabilities in small groups. | 1 points Question 14 1. Bill is a student with low vision. His teacher provides him with a set of largetype notes at the beginning of each lecture. This is an example of Answer | 1. | accommodation. | | 2. | adaptation. | | 3. | tiered assignment. | | 4. | partial participation.
| 1 points Question 15 1. Nationwide, what percentage of students with disabilities is educated primarily in regular education classrooms? Answer | 1. | less than 5| | 2. | nearly 15| | 3. | about 35| | 4. | more than 50| 1 points Question 16 1. Each of the following is a basic strategy for helping students with disabilites to participate in the general education classroom EXCEPT: Answer | 1. | homogeneous grouping| | 2. | accomodations and adaptations| | 3. | collaborative consultation| | 4. | curriculum and instruction modifications| 1 points Question 17 1.
A student who performs or behaves poorly in school and appears likely to fail or fall short of his or her potential is: Answer | 1. | at risk| | 2. | disabled| | 3. | handicapped| | 4. | challenged| 1 points Question 18 1. All teachers should expect to participate in educating students with disabilities. Which one of the following responsibilities is a regular classroom teacher least likely to have? Answer | 1. | evaluating academic abilities| | 2. | managing serious behavior problems| | 3. | participating in writing individualized educational programs| | 4. | collaborating with other professional| 1 points Question 19.
1. What makes special education “special” is: Answer | 1. | instruction that it alone uses| | 2. | the more qualified teachers involved in it| | 3. | instruction that is altered to meet the needs of exceptonal learners| | 4. | the quantity of services provided| 1 points Question 20 1. When teachers provide choices of activities on a single topic that vary in difficulty they are using: Answer | 1. | watered down curriculum| | 2. | accomodations| | 3. | partial participation| | 4. | tiered assignments| 1 points Save and Submit Click Save and Submit to save and submit. Click Save All Answers to save all answers.