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aisrore Quizlet Chapter : Understanding Stusents with Inelectual Disability Flashcards | Qual Chapter 9: Understanding Students with 2Bterms alyssa kates Intellectual Disability Terms in this set (28) Intellectual Disability Significantly subaverage general intellectual functioning, wx existing concurrently with deficits in adaptive behavior and manifested during the developmental period that adversely affects a child's educational performance ID Supports Resources and strategies that enhance functioning in * everyday environments and that promote the personal well-being, development, education, and interests of a person Intelligence Mental capacity for solving problems, paying attention to * relevant information, thinking abstractly, remembering important information and skills, learning from everyday experiences, and generalizing knowledge from one setting to another Tests for measuring Weschler Intelligence Sale for Children - IV x intelligence Students w/ ID on bell 2 SD's below the mean. 95% of pop within two, wx curve ID on Weschler sclae Below 70 od Short term memory The ability to recall information that has been stored for a we 19 aisrorg Chapter : Understanding Stusents with Inelectual Disability Flashcards | Qual few seconds to a few hours Long term memory The ability to recall larger quantities of information for an vr extended period of time including an unlimited duration Working memory The ability to use information that has been retained in Bsa order to carry out a task Generalization The ability to transfer knowledge or behavior learned for * one task to another task Motivation ID Students with intellectual disability are often more x externally oriented than their peers Adaptive Behavior Conceptual, social, and practical skills that people learn Xe and perform to function in every day life Conceptual Skills Language, reading, writing, money concepts, self-direction _| ¥¥ Social Skills responsibility, self-esteem, gullibility, rule-following * Practical skills ADL’, occupational skills, maintenance of safe x environments Timing When the casual factors occurred and whether these Bxa factors affected the parents of the person with intellectual disability, the person with ID or both. Prenatal, perinatal, postnatal 4 main risk factors that Biomedical factors, social factors, behavioral factors, tr cause ID educational factors Biomedical Causes Typically originate prenatally. ex. chromosome disorder, Bsa Extra chromosome: Down syndrome DABS Diagnostic Adaptive Behavior Scale x PMT Prelinguistic milieu teaching ba PMT definition Evidence based early intervention strategy that teaches wr children with intellectual disability who do not speak to make frequent, clear requests or comments with gestures or sounds while looking at the person with whom they are communicating. SDLMI Self-determined learning model of instruction x 16 12524/chapler-9-understancing-studonts-withintolctual-cisabily-lash-cards 20 aisrorg Chapter : Understanding Stusents with Inelectual Disability Flashcards | Qual SDLMI definition builds on principles of self determination and promotes Bsa students progress in achieving educational goals, including goals related to the gen ed curriculum Three phases of SDLMI What is my goal? Ba What is my plan? What have | learned? CBI Community based instruction Bxd Life Space Analysis, The process of initial and continuing data collection and x data-based decision making Typical Dictating responses to a scribe Bia Accommodations for ID Having extended time to complete an assessment Having test items read to them Securing clarification of test items Transition Planning Assesses knowledge, skill, and behavior to provide level of | Inventory-2 performance information related to transition needs YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE... 55 terms 160 terms Chapter 4 Nur Ed final 94 terms atten Role of the nurse final exam praxis 0354 a9