special ed
Argumentative and Alternative Communication
Applied Behavior Analysis
Assistive Technology
Positive Behavior Support
Emotional and Behavior Disorder
Intellectual Disability
receiving, understanding and expression information, feelings and ideas.

Speech Disorder
refers to difficultly in producing sounds.
Language Disorder
refers to difficulty in receiving, understanding and formulating ideas and information.
Autistic Spectrum (5types)
Autistic disorder, rhetts disorder, childhood disintegrative disorder, asperger syndrome, and pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified.
Austism Characteristics
atypical language development, atypical social development, repetitive behavior, problem behavior, sensory and movement disorders and differences in intellectual functioning.
AH/HD Causes
Heredity, brain differences, other biological causes.
AD/HD Strategies 2 of them
Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Errorless Learning
Cognitive Behavior Therapy
Designed to help students with AD/HD to learn self-control strategies.
Errorless Learning
Designed in such a way that the student gives only the correct response.

AD/HD: IDEA Classifications
Other health impairment is the IDEA disability category that can cover the diagnosis ADHD.
Emotional Behavior Disorder Characteristics 5
inability to learn that cannot be explained by intellectual, sensory or health factors. inability to build or maintain satisfactory interpersonal relationships with peers or teachers. inappropriate types of behavior or feelings under normal circumstances. a general pervasive mood or unhappiness or depression. tendency to develop physical symptoms or fears associated with personal or school problems.
Emotional Characteristics
Anxiety Disorder: separation anxiety, generalized anxiety disorder, phobia, and panic disorder.

Mood Disorder: depression, suicide, and biopolar disorder.

Behavioral Characteristics
Externalizing Behaviors: aggression, acting out, noncompliant behaviors. Internalizing Behaviors: withdrawal, depression, anxiety, obsessions, compulsions.
AT means
communication books, communication/language books, communication charts, electric voice output equipment
ACC: Argumentative Communication
helps to support natural speech
ACC: Alternative Communication
replaces natural speech
Individuals with autism are usually good at high level math skills t/f
Autism is a new condition t/f
There is a strong genetic component to autism t/f
individuals with autism also have an intellectual disability
sometimes not always
there is not a cure of autism t/f
research has proven a link between autism onset and vaccinations t/f
is a developmental disability that affects children prior to the age of three in three areas.
Autism Causes
Historical perspective-refrigerator mothers, biomedical causes abnormalities in brain development, neurochemistry, and genetic factors.
Autism Characteristics
language development, social development, repetitive behavior, problem behavior, need for environmental predictability, sensory and movement disorders, intellectual functioning.
Language Development
nonverbal to complex communication delayed language and echolalia.
Social development
delays in social interaction and social skills
Repetitive behavior
obsession, ticks, and perserverations
Problem Behavior
self injurious behavior, aggression
Intellectual Functioning
savant syndrome
Autism Strategies
·      Provide instructional support that helps them develop and maintain friendships; includes students in all areas, uses peer buddy programs, uses person-centered planning models that involve peers, and ensures peers about goals, students should have an IEP with; conflict resolution, general friendship skills, positive interaction style, taking the perspective of others, and trustworthiness and loyalty.
which of the following is NOT a characteristic of autism
difficulty with short term memory
which disorder presents significant challenges in social functioning but not in language development or intellectual functioning.
asperger syndrome
the cause of autism can be attributed to
genetic factors
the problem for many with autism that their own beliefs, desires, and intentions do not always match those of others
theory of mind
students with autism that flap their hands constantly are exhibiting a common characteristics of autism called
repetitive behavior
common factor of ad/hd
a student who often had difficulty sustaining attention
predominately inattentive
type of commonunication disorder is characterized by receiving or understanding info.
repetitive language disorder
partnering in speical education serivce provision on both educational and mental health needs
students with emotional behavioral or disorders typically have
challenges in academic achievement