A Historical View of Special Education Timeline and Webliography

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  • Academically Gifted and Talented (Chapter 10)

    Academically Gifted and Talented (Chapter 10)
    What does it mean to be gifted? "Students, children, or youth who give evidence of high achievement capability in areas such as intellectual, creative, artistic, or leadership capacity, or in specific academic fields, and who need services and activities not ordinarily provided by the school in order to fully develop those capabilities" (Elementary and Secondary Education Act)
  • Characteristics of the Talented and Gifted

    Characteristics of the Talented and Gifted
    Gifted individuals:
    Extremely alert!
    Excellent Memory
    Large vocabulary
    Enjoys problem solving and puzzles Talented individuals:
    Unique strengths beyond their age
    Advanced display in skills
    Intellectually creative/artistic/knowledged
  • Examples of those who are gifted and talented!

    Examples of those who are gifted and talented!
    Ainan Celeste Cawley, 11, Scientific prodigy! Was able to pass an advanced chemistry level exam at the age of 7. Aeilita Andre, 4, considered a extremely gifted painter. Has been compared to artists such as Picasso, Salvador Dali, and Jackson Pollock. Her most expensive painting was sold for $24,000 in Hong Kong Elise Tan Roberts ,5, the youngest member of Mensa. She has an IQ at 156 and joined Mensa as age 2 years and 4 months old!
  • Watch this Video Resource about the Academically Gifted!

    Watch this Video Resource about the Academically Gifted!
    Watch this video about a young boy and his family who must figure out how to work their lives around the young boys talents! (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6AZrthCJrs)
  • National Association for Gifted Children

    This informational site takes you on a journey to learn the characteristics, types, and services surrounded gifted children! https://www.nagc.org/resources-publications/resources/frequently-asked-questions-about-gifted-education Citation:
    Frequently Asked Questions about Gifted Education. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.nagc.org/resources-publications/resources/frequently-asked-questions-about-gifted-education
  • Understanding Families of Academically Gifted Children

    The parents must concern themselves with not only providing their child the right level of academics ( so the child does not get bored), but also worry about the child and their ability to work with other children and interact with peers their age ( despite the intellectual differences). References
    (1986). Understanding families of academically gifted children. Roeper Review, 9, 40–42. https://doi.org/10.1080/02783198609553005
  • ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) (Chapter 7)

    ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) (Chapter 7)
    This is a disorder that makes it difficult for a person to pay attention and control impulsive behaviors. The individual may suffer from restlessness and constant activity. This is not only a childhood disorder though symptoms can begin developing early on. Teens with this disorder will suffer from inattention, disorganization, and hyperactivity into their adult years.
  • Causes and Warning Signs

    Causes and Warning Signs
    Causes:
    Genes
    Cigarette smoking, alcohol use, or drug use during pregnancy
    Exposure to environmental toxins, such as high levels of lead, at a young age
    Low birth weight
    Brain injuries
    Warning Signs:
    Difficulty paying attention (inattention)
    Being overactive (hyperactivity)
    Acting without thinking (impulsivity)
  • Emotional and Behavioral Disorders (Chapter 8)

    Emotional and Behavioral Disorders (Chapter 8)
    Those with these type of disorders will face issues such as -An inability to build or maintain interpersonal relationships with peers and/or teachers/care providers
    -An inability to learn
    -Consistent or chronic inappropriate type of behavior or feelings under normal conditions.
    -Pervasive unhappiness or depression.
    -Tendency to develop physical symptoms, pains or unreasonable fears associated with personal or school problems.
  • Types of Emotional and Behavourial Disorders

    Types of Emotional and Behavourial Disorders
    Anxiety disorder
    Disruptive Behavioral disorders
    Dissociative disorders
    Emotional Disorders
    Pervasive developmental disorders ADHD
    ODD ( Oppositional Defiant Disorder)
    May be hostile, irritable, uncooperative and direct negative feelings and actions to authority figures!
  • Emotional and Behavioral Disorders Video

    Emotional and Behavioral Disorders Video
    Learn about the emotional and behavioral disorders out there. This video will enlighten you on the Acts that these disorders fall under and are protected by. https://study.com/academy/lesson/students-with-emotional-or-behavioral-disorders.html This disorder can be seen in classroom settings and can hinder the learning experience.
  • Mental Health disorders, treatments and guidelines

    Mental Health disorders, treatments and guidelines
    Emotional disorders fall under many categories and include many categories as well. https://www.psychguides.com/guides/behavioral-disorder-symptoms-causes-and-effects/ These guidelines will break down the disorders and provide intervention plans and research to better understand the emotional and behavioral disorder
  • The Emotions and Behaviors in the Classroom

    The Emotions and Behaviors in the Classroom
    Many students have emotional and behavioral problems. Through this link you will read about the problems faced in the classroom and the different details about the specific disorders! https://www.educationcorner.com/behavioral-disorders-in-the-classroom.html
  • Speech and Language Impairment! (Chapter 9)

    Speech and Language Impairment! (Chapter 9)
    Disabilities relating to inability to articulate, language impairment and stuttering! the formation of the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) 1925: huge role in the speech language pathology Language is associated with the brain's left hemisphere
  • What about Language and Speech impairments?

    What about Language and Speech impairments?
    Communication: the exchange of thoughts, information, feelings, and ideas language: a code whereby ideas about the world are represented through a conventional system of arbitrary signals for communication. speech: the systematic oral production of words of a given language
  • What about Speech Disorders do you Know?

    What about Speech Disorders do you Know?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4KGvyM7KPQ Learn more about what it is like to live with a speech disorder!
  • How does IDE Act define Speech and language impairments?

    https://www.specialeducationguide.com/disability-profiles/speech-and-language-impairments/ The Special Education Guide to Speech and Language impairments.
    You need to study communication, language, and the brain to understand the impacts of the an impairment!
  • Deafness and Hearing Loss (Chapter 11)

    Deafness and Hearing Loss (Chapter 11)
    Definition: Total or partial inability to hear sounds. Symptoms can range from mild to severe and those who lack hearing senses altogether have increased strength in their other senses such as sight and hearing.
  • Deafness and Hearing Loss Key Facts

    Deafness and Hearing Loss Key Facts
    nearly 466 million people suffer from hearing loss and 34 million of these people are children! 60% of childhood hearing loss is due to preventable causes. Many people that have hearing loss or issues use things such as a hearing aids, cochlear implant and other assistive devices. This is a good place in with UDL is utilize. Closed captioning, videos, and pictures are a good way to engage those students who do not fit the typical child.
  • How does the Brain change in people who are deaf!?

    How does the Brain change in people who are deaf!?
    The hearing parts of the brain such as the auditory cortex has a big impact on the human body. Learn how the brain reacts and changes in a deaf person's brain. https://www.actiononhearingloss.org.uk/live-well/our-community/our-blog/how-does-the-brain-change-in-people-who-are-deaf/
  • Social and Supportive Aspects of those with DHH

    Social and Supportive Aspects of those with DHH
    While deafness and hard of hearing affects a lot of people, positive outcomes and progress is made when involving DHH people with a supportive crowd of friendships. http://web.b.ebscohost.com.libproxy.lib.unc.edu/ehost/detail/detail?vid=3&sid=032be36d-bc79-47a2-8be5-d240ce0c0448%40sessionmgr120&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZSZzY29wZT1zaXRl#AN=134445978&db=eft Use this link to find out more on the social aspects of those with DHH!
  • How Hearing Loss can change a Family's dynamic!

    How Hearing Loss can change a Family's dynamic!
    While a large percentage of the population suffer from DHH, the effects are dramatic on the family dynamic. Read this article to learn about how a family coped with the sudden hearing loss of their child. (https://www.huffpost.com/entry/daughter-is-losing-hearing_n_5c9a53d1e4b049d4aba6817d)
  • Blindness and Low Vision

    Blindness and Low Vision
    The Legal definition of blindness sets a physical standard of sight at less than 20/200 meaning that one cannot see with vision correction at 20 feet what the typical sees at 200 feet. The first school opened to assist those with vision impairments was Perkins School for the Blind.
  • Types of Visual Impairments (Chapter 12)

    Types of Visual Impairments (Chapter 12)
    There are many genetic factors to blindness Characteristics include: 60% of children with visual impairments have additional disabilities There are higher measures of parental stress found among the parents of the visual impaired children
  • Video of the Visually Impaired Children and how they go about Daily Life

    Video of the Visually Impaired Children and how they go about Daily Life
    Watch an amazing video and look of a family who is filled with 6 adopted blind children! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVniBmf0uT4
  • Cataracts, Refractive Error and Low Vision!

    Cataracts, low vision in children, and refractive error in children.
    This website provides insight on the different ways in which children must cope with these disabilities. https://www.iapb.org/knowledge/what-is-avoidable-blindness/childhood-blindness/
  • Resources for the Blind!

    Learn about the different resources NC provides for its blind. From dogs to canes, to home group services there are many ways individuals with vision impairment can cope! https://www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/dsb
  • Physical and Health Impairments (Chapter 13)

    Physical and Health Impairments (Chapter 13)
    These are disabilities that impair normal functioning or health disabilities refer to things such as illness, disease or conditions such as asthma! 1935 SOCIAL SECURITY ACT: Big for the individuals with disabilities community! Allowed for vocational rehabilitation, retirement support and insurance benefits!
  • Physical and Health Impairment Characteristics

    Physical and Health Impairment Characteristics
    Characteristics vary among different cases!
    Physical does not mean intellectual or mental illness!
    May need special assistance physically
    May need extended support or time on assignments and tasks
    Motor responses affected
  • Physical and Health Impairments Examples

    Physical and Health Impairments Examples
    Hundreds of types of physical and health impairments Examples:
    Orthopedic impairments
    Traumatic brain injury
    Deafblindness Other impairments: limited strength, ADHD, cystic fibrosis, heart conditions, sickle cell anemia and Tourette syndrome.
  • Physical and Health Impairment Video Source

    Physical and Health Impairment Video Source
    https://www.teachertube.com/video/physical-and-health-disabilities-225607 Description: A teacher friendly video to learn about issues and conditions surrounding teaching students with physical impairments. Get a look directly into the life a student with a physical impairment. What are the issues and solutions suggested?
  • Physical and Health Impairments Website Source

    What do you know about assessing children with physical impairments? What are some key educational considerations? Take a look at this website to learn more about the general topic of health impairments and physical disabilities! https://www.ericdigests.org/pre-9213/health.htm
  • Physical and Health Impairment Article Source

    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0891422213002497 Look at the impact of these types of disabilities on the child. How does it affect participation and how does it affect their overall learning capabilities?