Sample Special Education Student Assessment Case Study Report Essays and Term Papers

  • Special Education Case Study

    Case Study Benchmark Assessment When working with students who have special needs, it is imperative that they are given the proper resources, support and placed in the most beneficial learning environment. Included in this paper is a reflection and analysis of a 5th grader named Jacob. Jacob has ADHD...

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  • Sample Case Study Report

    "Jack" Jack is a chief executive of an organization with a small budget and staff. Jack's overall goal in his circle was to communicate with other executives about projects and challenges they face, including brainstorming solutions together. He mentioned numerous challenges that he faced in running...

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  • Legal Case Study for Special Education

    Legal Case Study-Cedar Rapids Community School District v. Garret F. The United States Supreme Court (1999) Garret F. was a young man that had an accident as a young child that left him paralyzed and requiring a wheelchair for mobility and also physical care support during the day while at school...

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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 identify...

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  • Assessment in Special Education - Essay

    Final Paper “What Do Good Assessments Look Like?” Bernice M. De Jesus EDU 490: Interdisciplinary Capstone Instructor: Gary West August 15, 2011 “The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001...

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  • References for Assessment in Special Education

    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 11194820 Presented...

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  • Assessment in Special Education: Philippines

    De La Salle University Manila College of Education Educational and Leadership Management Department The Status of Assessment of Children with Special Needs in the Philippines A Reflection Paper Presented by GOTIZA, Adai Liyah M. MA Ed Special Education 11194820 Presented to Dr. W. Sison ...

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  • Students with Special Needs in Education

    In the profession of teaching, there are many popular topics of discussion with regards to creating the optimum learning environment for students. Each of these topics has a multitude of literature research to defend several different perspectives. Aside from the obvious complications, new perspectives...

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  • Special education students

    Cooperates and pitches in to help Cooperation is the act of working with others and acting together to accomplish a job. Effective team players work this way by second nature. Good team players, despite differences they may have with other team members concerning style and perspective, figure out...

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  • Special Education: Students with Asd

    semantics. Students who exhibit a language disorder may have chronic problems that can be related to any of the disorders listed above. However when students have a language disorder that cannot be identified they are referred to having specific language impairments or SLIs. Some students will have...

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  • Inclusion of Special Education Students

    the mandated implementation of inclusion of students with special needs into general education classrooms. Many administrators, teachers, and parents question the possible academic effects of students with special needs being placed into general education classrooms and being held accountable for the...

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  • Special Education: Mainstreaming Students

    Kim Dieter December 5, 2012 Foundations of Education Mainstreaming Learning Disabled Students In an ideal world all children would be born without disabilities. This idea is not possible though and sometimes children are born with special needs. The child could have only one disability or several...

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  • Transitioning Students in Special Education

    Observation of Students in Transition to Adulthood Joann Watson Azusa Pacific University Special education teachers can teach students in the transition age of 18 to 21, and make an unforgettable impact in their students’ lives. It does not end at the age of 17 or 18 like general education students...

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  • Sample Clinical Assessment Report

    SAMPLE CLINICAL ASSESSMENT REPORT identification data Name : Johan Dollah Age : 35 Date of birth : 16 February 1976. Sex : Male Race : Malay Education : Degree in Computer Science, Australia Occupation : Computer programmer at NEXIS Communications Marital Status : Married...

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  • History of Special Education Assessment Reflection

    Running head: HISTORY OF SPECIAL EDUCATION ASSESSMENT: REFLECTIVE History of Special Education Assessment: Reflective Journal 1 Dana Hyland Grand Canyon University SPE-536 June 27, 2012 Reflective Journal David Perkins once said, “Assessment in this spirit does...

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  • Student Field Report Sample

    Student Field Report Example Introduction Slightly to the north of Dayton Pond in Wallingford, Connecticut, just off of Dayton Hill Road, there is a small park consisting of a parking lot and two manicured soccer fields (Appendix A). Although we did have goals, we had not come to the park to play...

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  • Physical Education for Students with Special Needs

    ball, I have chosen a bright red, large bouncy ball. This type of ball is safer, easier to handle, and its bright red color will make it easy for student with visual impairments to track the ball. Regular bowling pins have been replaced by several empty two-liter soda bottles with bells inside of them...

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  • This is sample treatment plan and assessment based on a fictional case study.

    due to a conviction of driving under the influence. The ruling judge ordered the client to obtain professional help with addiction problems. This assessment will determine level of recommended treatment, if any treatment is needed. DIMENSION 1: ACUTE INTOXICATION/ WITHDRAWAL Client's usage history began...

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  • Sample Case Report Sharp

    Case study report SHARP Corporation AF2110 Management Accounting 1 Group 6 Lo Sui Hang Simon 12119861D Liang Zun John 12131439D Liu Zhuoling Cici 12133189D Lo Yu Chau Autumn 12119435D Loegler Nicolas Nick 13011229X Management Accounting 1 Group 6 Introduction Sharp Corporation is a Japanese...

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  • Special Education Major Court Cases

    | Student | The Problem | The Ruling | The Bottom Line | Board of Education of Hendrick Hudson Central School District vs. Rowley (1982) | Amy Rowley, first grade student with hearing impairment | Amy was an adequate lip reader. School provided speech and language services, services of a teacher...

    1230 Words | 4 Pages