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A new student is added to Mrs. Hanley’s class. His record indicates that he has been receiving content mastery services for spelling and composition. Based on Ms. Hanley’s reading inventory screening, the student read just below grade level. A writing sample reveals that while his story includes many good ideas, he does not apply the conventions of spelling and mechanics. Ms. Hanley does not want to send the student for special services because it will require a major scheduling revision and she will likely lose the time with her ESL student for individual instruction.
Which of the following criteria should guide her decision-making in this dilemma?
Ms. Moreno’s school district requires teachers to attend one in-service session per month. The in-service workshop this month is about the special needs of emotionally disturbed children. None of the children in Ms. Moreno’s class have been identified as emotionally disturbed. There are no other in-service workshops offered this month.
What should Ms. Moreno’s do?
On Class Meeting Day, Freeman Morgan asks Elena to present her pen pal idea to “The Family.” After discussion of the proposal, Elena’s classroom twin moves that The Family write for pen pals, another sib in her sib-group seconds the motions. The motion carries 14-2. The two votes against the motion are cast by Dave Botts and Norman Rogers. Both boys are students who are diagnosed as having special needs and who attend the resource room for literacy help and social skills instruction for one hour each day. Before this year, the boys attended a self-contained class for five hours daily. This year, however, the district has implemented an inclusion program and the boys’ Admission, Review, and Dismissal (ARD) committees wrote Individualized Education Programs (IEP’s) that placed them in Mr. Huerta’s class. Both boys IEP’s require that they participate in all classroom activities for the time that they are in their inclusion classes, and that individualized support be provided as necessary in order to assure them an appropriate education.
What are the likely reasons that Dave and Norman rejected the motion?
Since Dave and Norman both have disabilities and don’t want to participate what should Mr. Huerta do?
Mrs. Smith teaches 9th grade English. Her class is made up of a very diverse group of students, including an almost even distribution of male and female students from various ethnic backgrounds. The students also vary widely in socioeconomic status. When teaching her class, Mrs. Smith uses instructional methods that include note-taking, graphics, hands-on activities, and listening exercises.
By using this variety of activities, Mrs. Smith is demonstrating her awareness that