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6. Differentiation Strategy Matrix: The Thirteen Categories under IDEA      (20 points)                TPE #8

Working in small groups (3 persons maximum), candidates will create a master chart (matrix) that includes information about environmental, curricular, instructional, and assessment adaptations, differentiations, and accommodations for students who qualify for special education according to state and federal criteria under any of the thirteen categories.  

Learner Objectives:

Candidates will provide evidence of their knowledge of U.S. special

education disability categories, accompanying learner characteristics, and

needed supports for success in general education

Assessment:

Using given categories, candidates create a Differentiation Strategy Matrix that reflects their knowledge of nondiscriminatory assessment, processes for making a child eligible for special education, and the teacher’s role in developing IEPs.

Written products and class discussions evidencing assessment above

Candidates’ Matrix will be evaluated using a 20-point rubric.

Resource(s):

 Textbook

Turnbull, A., Turnbull, R., & Wehmeyer, M. L. (2007). Exceptional lives:

Special education in today’s schools (5th ed.).  Ch. 1-3

  Supplemental Lecture

“The Categories of Disability”  - Dr. Toni Hood

EDMS 512, Hood

Summer 2006

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