Students with Mild Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

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Students with Mild Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Stephanie Santos Stefanie Cafua Maria Defina Julia Bertolo. I AM. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYA6OjG_E4k. TRUE or FALSE. Developmental disability is a condition. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Students with Mild Intellectual and Developmental DisabilitiesStephanie Santos

    Stefanie CafuaMaria DefinaJulia Bertolo

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYA6OjG_E4k

    I AM

  • TRUE or FALSEDevelopmental disability is a condition.An intellectual or developmental disability does not put a cap on learning.The disabilities occur equally across class and gender. Students with intellectual and developmental needs benefit from classroom integration.

  • PlacematHow would you define intellectual and developmental disability today?

  • Mild Intellectual Disability

    A learning disorder characterized by:An ability to profit educationally within a regular class with the aid of considerable curriculum modification and supportive serviceAn inability to profit educationally within regular class because of slow intellectual development A potential for academic learning, independent social adjustment, and economic self- support

  • Developmental Disability

    A severe learning disorder characterized by:An inability to profit from a special education program for students with mild intellectual disabilities because of slow intellectual developmentAn ability to profit from a special education program that is designed to accommodate slow intellectual development c) A limited potential for academic learning, independent social adjustment, economic self-support

  • Outstanding Issues TerminologyNormalizationInclusionTime to Learn

  • Mix n Match

    Learning and MemoryPerseverationLearned HelplessnessPhysicalAcademic AchievementSelf-Injurious BehaviourSpeech and Language Problems Self-EsteemSocial Adjustment Self-Help Skills

  • Assessment and Classroom Placement

    Determine a students intellectual and developmental functioning:-Wechsler Intelligence Scale-Anecdotal reports -Rating scales-Personal checklist

  • Strategies for the Classroom

    The importance of a positive attitudeA collaborative approachTeamworkCareful attention to structure 5. Drill and Repetition 6. Momentum 7. Use of technology

  • Additional Resources

    Ontario Association for Community Livinghttp://www.communitylivingontario.ca

    Canadian Association for Community Livinghttp://www.cacl.ca

    Canadian Down Syndrome Societyhttp://www.cdss.ca

    American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities http://www.aamr.org