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Which of the following statements is accurate




Which of the following statements is accurate?;Answer;Labels affect individuals in a similar manner.;Labels attempt to describe, identify, and distinguish individuals who differ from the norm.;Labels tend to be stable across cultures.;Labels are given only to people who differ significantly from the average.;Additional Requirements;Other Requirements: Question 1;The IDEA legislation defines native language as that which is normally used by the youngster in which setting?;Answer;home;native country;school;community;3 points;Question 2;Zack has been receiving support from family, friends, and a support network of mutual caring that promotes inclusion. This is an example of;Answer;formal supports.;natural supports.;assistive technology;access to general education;3 points;Question 3;Which of the following statements is accurate?;Answer;Labels affect individuals in a similar manner.;Labels attempt to describe, identify, and distinguish individuals who differ from the norm.;Labels tend to be stable across cultures.;Labels are given only to people who differ significantly from the average.;3 points;Question 4;Parents who effectively use cognitive coping strategies in dealing with their children with disabilities do the following;Answer;experience modest pain in responding to their children?s limitations.;develop ways of thinking about their children?s conditions that help them respond positively to the child?s needs.;develop disciplinary skills that allow them to deal with the challenges of having a child with a disability.;develop management strategies that help them respond to the physical demands inherent in caring for their children.;3 points;Question 5;Jim is anxious and fearful about his ability to cope with the demands of caring for his newborn with a vision loss. Jim is likely experiencing;Answer;shock.;realization.;retreat.;acceptance.;3 points;Question 6;Which of the following is the desired placement for students in need of language instruction?;Answer;segregated education;special education laguage lab;inclusive setting;home;3 points;Question 7;Children with disabilities whose fathers are involved in their education;Answer;evidence better social skills.;perform better in school.;are less likely to exhibit violent or delinquent behavior.;all of the above;3 points;Question 8;The emphasis on transition planning for students with disabilities is primarily related to;Answer;parents' desire to keep their children in school longer.;the realization that many individuals with disabilities are not able to access the services necessary for a successful adult life.;professionals' overestimation of the capabilities of people with disabilities once they leave school.;None of the above;3 points;Question 9;Functional skill instruction focuses on;Answer;modifying student behavior to fit the norm.;modifying the learning environment to accommodate unique learning characteristics and needs of students.;helping students to learn at the same rate as their peers.;instruction for students with disabilities that uses the same learning sequence as for nondisabled students.;3 points;Question 10;In order for a student to receive services under IDEA he or she must be identified as;Answer;having a recognized disability and requiring special education.;needing reasonable accommodations but not special education.;requiring special education but not necessarily having a disability.;None of the above;3 points;Question 11;Multimodal treatment of ADHD;Answer;is less effective than just one treatment.;does not depend on communication.;does not impact outcomes.;is more effective than just one treatment.;3 points;Question 12;Cooperative learning has primarily been successful in;Answer;creating learning opportunities for students with disabilities but has been ineffective for nondisabled students.;teaching social skills to students but not reading or math.;creating learning opportunities for both students with or without disabilities.;None of the above;3 points;Question 13;Lillian is age four and is getting the benefit of early intervention services as a child with a developmental delay as provided under _____.;Answer;PL 94-144;PL 95-947;PL 97-547;PL 99-457;3 points;Question 14;A comparison of working and nonworking individuals with disabilities revealed that working individuals were;Answer;less satisfied with life.;more satisfied with life.;as satisfied with life as those who are not working.;None of the above;3 points;Question 15;Schools can support the development of self-determination skills for students with disabilities by;Answer;giving parents more opportunities to speak in IEP meetings.;spending more time in academic subject areas.;teaching decision-making and problem-solving skills.;All of the above;3 points;Question 16;Which factors strongly influence the reaction of family members to the birth of a child with a disability?;Answer;emotional stability of the family;religious values and beliefs of the family;socioeconomic status of the family;All of the above;3 points;Question 17;The intent of a reasonable accommodation for a person with a disability is to;Answer;provide an advantage over people who are not disabled given years of discrimination.;provide that every person with a disability who wants a job can get one.;require employers to hire at least one person with a disability for every ten positions that come open.;create a fair and level playing field for persons with disabilities in the job market.;3 points;Question 18;According to IDEA 2004, the term "learning disabilities" includes students who have learning problems resulting from;Answer;a low IQ.;behavior problems.;a disorder in one or more of hte basic psychological processes.;low socioeconomic status.;3 points;Question 19;IDEA 2004 requires that an IEP must include;Answer;Which courses the student is not required to take.;How the child will make progress in learning functional but not academic skills.;How the child will be included in state or district-wide assessment of student achievements.;The number of breaks the student is allowed to take throughout the day.;3 points;Question 20;What is the purpose of promoting cultural pluralism?;Answer;To teach all students about cultural diversity.;To allow students to learn only what their culture values.;To require teachers to understand and speak multiple languages.;To provide a method for categorizing students for classroom placement.;3 points;Question 21;Attitudes towards a sibling with a disability can be influenced by;Answer;intense education of the disability by reading books.;consistent contact with the disabled sibling in treatment and education settings.;preparing the sibling to be a care provider for his brother or sister with a disability.;parents? attitudes and behaviors towards their children with disabilities.;3 points;Question 22;Direct cash payments to eligible people with disabilities to provide basic economic assistance come through;Answer;vocational rehabilitation services.;Medicaid.;Social Security.;the Americans with Disabilities Act.;3 points;Question 23;Education was reaffirmed as a right and not a privilege by the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of;Answer;Mills v. District of Columbia.;Brown v. Board of Education.;PARC v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.;Wyatt v. Stickney.;3 points;Question 24;Which strategy would not support effective multidisciplinary collaborative teaming?;Answer;A focus on individual philosophies in developing a child's instructional program.;Team members who are viewed as collaborators not experts;Open communication among team members.;Time set aside for regular team meetings.;3 points;Question 25;A principle that characterizes school accountability under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act is;Answer;an emphasis on challenging academic standards for all students.;exclusion of most students with disabilities from academic standards.;progress on the goals for the IEP as the way to hold each school accountable for student learning.;All of the above;3 points;Question 26;The least restrictive environment (LRE) requirement in IDEA states that students with disabilities should;Answer;be fully included in general education classrooms.;receive an equal education.;be educated with their nondisabled peers to the maximum extent appropriate.;go to special schools.;3 points;Question 27;While parents of adolescents with disabilities agree that academic achievement is vitally important, they also indicate they want their children to develop;Answer;solid social skills.;empathy.;perseverance.;all of the above.;3 points;Question 28;Which role do mothers often assume in the life of a child with a disability?;Answer;advocate/personal representative;interpreter;primary caregiver;any of the above;3 points;Question 29;The case of Diana v. State Board of Education established which precedent that is very prominent in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (I.D.E.A.)?;Answer;Only psychologists from culturally divergent backgrounds should test minority youngsters.;Although culturally biased, IQ tests can determine placement of minority youngsters in special education.;Children tested for potential placement must be assessed in their native or primary language.;Students from culturally divergent backgrounds are not eligible for special education services.;3 points;Question 30;Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has been associated with learning disabilities at an estimated level as high as;Answer;25%;20%;15%;10%;3 points;Question 31;Successful inclusion is based on;Answer;the individual's ability to adapt to society's expectations in conjunction with society's willingness to adapt to the needs of the individual.;the individual's competency level regardless of whether society chooses to adapt or not.;the reality that only the highest functioning people with disabilities can be successful in a community setting.;None of the above;3 points;Question 32;Overrepresentation means;Answer;there is an increasing number of students with mental retardation.;there is too much cultural diversity in schools today.;students from culturally diverse backgrounds have a higher attendance rate.;there is a higher percentage of students in special education from minorities than expected based on the population.;3 points;Question 33;A fundamental purpose of the Americans with Disabilities Act is to;Answer;provide income support to people with disabilities who are unable to work.;end discrimination against people with disabilities.;require that every person with a disability have a job if he or she wants one.;establish a quota that required every employer to hire at least one person with a disability.


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