• Culture and Special Education
    CULTURE AND SPECIAL EDUCATION Beverley Bailey Brandon University and Paul Betts University of Winnipeg In this paper we concern ourselves with the ways in which schools in general and special education procedures in particular tend to not be successful for those of our students who...
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  • Causal Factors of Ebd
    Running head: CAUSAL RISK FACTORS Causal Risk Factors Sharon O'Keefe Grand Canyon: SPE 513 October 5, 2011 Causal Factors coincide Identifying and understanding the causes of Emotional and Behavioral Disorder (EBD) can help in developing successful interventions and prevention strategies...
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  • Disproportionality Researching the Overrepresentation of Minority Students in Special Education
    Introduction This paper focuses on the overrepresentation or over-identification of minority students found in special education in our schools. I chose to research this topic because being an immigrant myself, I can relate to the education experience of a student who is new to the American schoo...
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  • Women and Depression: Biological Factors
    War, losing a family member, financial problems, preparation for final exams, these are just one of many reasons that may cause a person to upset, sad or worry. Consequently, it can be serious enough to cause a mental disease, which is what we normally call "depression". Women statistically are th...
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  • Special Education Needs
    What has changed? For one fictional child with a particular SEN, describe the educational support available to them in 1960, and the support they would receive today, discussing what has changed and why. In this essay I am firstly going to write about what is meant by the term special educationa...
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  • Special Education
    Running head: Educating Students with Special Needs Educating Students with Special Needs Educating Students with Special Needs With the increasing number of students with disabilities found in general education classrooms, educators need to always remember that all students have the ability t...
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  • The Mind of a Psychopath – Biological Factors
    The Mind of a Psychopath – Biological Factors Brain & Behavior Famous serial killers like Ed Gein and Ted Bundy have turned what we only believed to be true in movies and books, into a reality. Ed Gein, an American serial killer and body snatcher, took corpses from local gra...
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  • Special Education Essay
    ARE WE MEETING THE NEEDS OF STUDENTS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION Research Writing Instructor: Maryanne Kuzara March 26, 2010 Students with emotional and behavior disorders are not offered the same education as normal students. Although students with emotional and behavior disorders can be disrup...
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  • Motivational Factors Toward Pursuing a Career in Special Education.
    This study investigated factors which motivated individuals to initially pursue careers in special education, factors which contributed toward their plans to remain or leave the field, and their perceptions of school districts' effective and ineffective recruitment and retention practices. The sampl...
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  • Assessment in Special Education
    Research Paper: Assessment in Special Education Abstract Sometimes the general education program alone is not able to meet the needs of a child with disabilities, and he/she may be able to receive special education services. The evaluation process can be a very difficult task when trying to i...
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  • How Efective Is Special Education
    John E. Maguire How Effective is Special Education? Dec. 1, 2010 The question of the effectiveness of special education is a very subjective question. While researching for this paper I was able to find a variety of schools of thought. In all reality you should be able to find an exten...
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  • A Study on Factors Affecting Attrition Rate in Education Sector
    ISSN NO. 1040-8603 Vol. 1. April2013 www.studymode.com KIRTI BHATIA: Research Scholar: CMJ University Under Guidance of Dr. Seema Dhawan Title of R...
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  • Special Education
    The education system in our country was put in place in order to do service to our children. Despite this, in many cases, children that have disabilities are neglected by their schools. As a society, we all want to make sure that these children are being taken care of. However, there is a large s...
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  • References for Assessment in Special Education
    De La Salle University Manila College of Education Educational and Leadership Management Department List of Readings as partial fulfilment for the requirements in SPE561M: Assessment and Evaluation of Children with Special Needs Presented by GOTIZA, Adai Liyah M. MA Ed Special Education 11...
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  • Special Education
    Running Head: SPECIAL EDUCATION Special Education as My Chosen Career EDU 623 Introductions to Teaching and Learning Ashford University Deborah Naughton April 14, 2013 Introduction “Education is important for all children, but even more so for children with di...
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  • Special Education Needs
    SPECIAL EDUCATION NEEDS PORTFOLIO Moving towards inclusive education INTELLECTUALLY GIFTED AND CHALLED STUDENTS IQ An Intelligence Quotient, usually referred to as IQ, is a numerical score arrived at through testing. A student can have a Low, Average or High IQ. Intelligence is an inherited trai...
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  • Special Education
    Republic of the Philippines Department of education Region VII, Central Visayas Division of Cebu City INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PROGRAM PERSONAL INFORMATION NAME of pupils/student: Gian B. Sow CATEGORY:Down syndrome DATE OF BIRTH: April18,1995 AGE:13 SEX: M CITIZENSHIP: filipino PARE...
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  • Special Education
    The Role and Function of Special Education SPED 201 The role of special education is to ensure that all school aged individuals with mild, moderate, of severe disabilities receive a free appropriate public education. The education should be specified to meet each child’s individual needs to...
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  • Special Education
    What is wrong with special education? Melissa R. Bouma AAGH143PX1 September 16, 2012 Gail McElroy What is wrong with special education? How much does the average American know about special education funding? Many do not know much or how the money comes to be. In 1970, 1 million disabled chi...
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  • Essentials of Exceptionality and Special Education
    HEARING IMPAIRMENT What is hearing Impairment Hearing impairment refers to defer or damage may occur in any part of the ear, outer ear or middle ear or inner ear. Hearing impairment leads to hearing disability or loss of hearing. What is the causes of hearing Impairment Hearing...
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