Compose Methodology Section

******Need notes and references. My research design is qualitative/quantitative. Topic: What are the lived experiences of ELL teachers in navigating a classroom with 8 or more students who have multiple disabilities (cognitive, and physical)? Write the methodology section of your action researc...

Middle School Special Education

As a current or future leader in special education, identify an educational level of interest such as elementary, middle, or high school. Explain how you would structure special education services for students with intellectual disabilities in social studies and science to provide learning support w...

Special Education Strategies in Social Studies and Science

As a current or future leader in special education, describe the research-based instructional strategies, practices, and methodologies for students with intellectual disabilities in social studies and science that you would expect to see utilized by the educators in your district with students who h...

Students with Intellectual Disabilities

As a current or future leader in special education, identify an educational level of interest such as elementary, middle, or high school. (Please use middle school) Explain how you would structure special education services for students with intellectual disabilities in literacy and mathematics ...

Students with Intellectual Disabilities in Literacy and Math

As a current or future leader in special education, describe the current research-based instructional strategies, practices, and methodologies for students with intellectual disabilities in literacy and mathematics that you would expect to see utilized by the educators in your district with students...

Students with ID

Discuss at least three essential qualities of effective Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) for students with intellectual disabilities. Illustrate how these essential qualities will promote academic and adaptive behavioral success for students with intellectual disabilities in both special educat...

Functional Behavioral Assessment and Behavior Intervention Plan

Part 1: Select a Target Behavior. Use a friend, spouse, significant other, or your own child as a model. Define and clearly state the behavior to be changed in operational terms. Identify the terminal behavior and the expectations. This will keep the report aligned with expected outcomes and prevent...

Intervention based on a Functional Behavioral Assessment

I need an expert who can help me to develop these project: Design an intervention based on a Functional Behavioral Assessment and explain how the intervention will be implemented and evaluated. 1) Based on the function of the behavior you identified in Part 1, design an intervention for your st...

FBA, Part 1

CAN YOU HELP ME WITH THESE PROJECT. PLEASE LET ME KNOW. THANKS Complete the following for the child you have selected: 1• Provide general (anonymous) information about the child including age, grade level, and the context in which the FBA was conducted. 2• Identify and define the target b...

Tier Intervention and the Acting-Out Cycle

Please I need help with this project. Thanks Review this week's Learning Resources and the case study "Back to Square One." Then, synthesize your learning this week and your personal experiences in the classroom and reflect on the following questions: • Consider Thomas's behavior in the ca...

Education / Special Education and Learning Difficulties

I need help with these questions to create and develop a solution for one of my projects. Why affective factors related to reading are critically important for students with reading disabilities. Include an example of a student who might have benefited from social, emotional, and motivational s...

Teaching Phonics

I need help with these 2 questions for my own understanding How can I increase my own professional knowledge for teaching phonics through readings or observation. Why is important for teachers to consider students' cultural background when they teacher literacy.

Parental participation in school meetings

Why do you think is the reason why parents sometime do not attend to parent conference or IEP meetings? It is because parent does not care or could be any other factor. Why parents sometime have so negative reaction when a teacher try to communicate student' behavior issues at the school?

Collaboration merits

Why is important working in collaboration with other teacher? Why identifying the problem in our classroom, generate potential solutions, evaluate them, select the way I want to solve the problem and then to go and implement it are important parts in this process ? Are there any cons of workin...

Disability law and schools

. What is the legal standard surrounding "teachers with disabilities"? What are the requirements of the school? What are the requirements of the disabled individual in order to gain and maintain employment? 2. There is an opening in your school for an Assistant Principal. The requirements for the p...

Benefits of a Professional Learning Community

Please help to answer these 4 questions for my own understanding. Why collaborative practice between general education and special education teachers are beneficial? Why schools should create a professional learning community? Why PLC's are beneficial to schools? Why Professional Lear...

Attention Seeking Students

I need help creating strategies for this case: One female student, I will call Yesenia, struggled with attention and social skills. She would not complete a task unless she was the center of attention. Yesenia would start arguments with peers to gain attention negative or positive from her te...

Improving Parental Support for Special Needs Students

Please help answer theses questions. 1) why is important for parents to accept their children disability. 2) Describe tow or more action steps you would take related to this issues to promote more effective interactions and relationships with the family members in the future. * one of the big...

Goals for Ideal Teaching Environment

Sherall, Please let me know how many credits you would charge to do the below and I will get the points uploaded: A Philosophy: 1. Write a 5- 8 page (double spaced) paper that describes what working with "difficult" situations would appear to be in the educational arena and classroom in th...

Special Education Terms

Part 200 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education, Students with Disabilities, is divided into six sections. Each part includes several definitions and terms that are imperative to understand. Brief description of the key definitions contained in Section 200.1, including: - Annual Re...

Creating a Brochure

Create an easy-to-understand document-for parents of special education students, detailing what they need to know about special education process. See SPED Law for Parents guidelines for further details. Design & Audience • The brochure should be no longer than two pages - front & back • Th...

IDEA and Responsiveness to Intervention (RTI)

In order to prevent increasing numbers of special needs children, response to invention has been developed. This intervention is tiered and helps work with struggling students before labelling them with a disability. Does this go against IDEAs child find provision?

How schools kill creativity?

Read the transcript or watch the video with Sir Ken Robinson TED Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iG9CE55wbtY http://www.ted.com/talks/ken_robinson_says_schools_kill_creativity/transcript What are your thoughts about how allowing for more creativity and innovation in schools might supp...

Winkelman v. Parma City School District

I am trying to understand the significant impact of the case of Winkelman v. Parma City School District with regard to issues and rulings related to the IDEA act and children with disabilities. Please include supporting and precedent case law

Loving and Supporting Environment for Children

Can you assist me with the following: Discuss the Jeynes article: http://www.adi.org/journal/resources/2011ss_SCJ.pdf (pages 9 to 18) and what is meant by the notion of a loving, supportive environment. (1) Which research studies mentioned in the article show a positive impact? (2) Can you imagin...

cognitive behavior approach

Cognitive behavior approach for ebd, models, procedures,effectiveness, limitations,related to emotions,thoughts, behaviors

Informal Reading Inventory

Describe an Informal Reading Inventory (IRI). Briefly describe the process of administering an IRI. Explain the process of miscue analysis and how you might use the information from an IRI to meet the needs of a struggling reader.