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Teaching Students with Severe & Multiple Disabilities

Updated May 03, 2022

Course Summary

Teachers looking to develop their understanding of different disabilities and ways in which students with special needs can be accommodated can refer to this short chapter. Lessons focus on specific types of disabilities and teaching strategies for those providing instruction to these students.

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Americans with Disabilities Act: Provisions & Impact on Education

Teaching Students with Severe & Multiple Disabilities 15K views 4 min

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1 hours of educational videos

44 self-paced lessons

7 practice tests

Expert Contributor: Kerry Gray

Kerry has been a teacher and an administrator for more than twenty years. She has a Master of Education degree.

6 chapters in Teaching Students with Severe & Multiple Disabilities

Course Practice Test

Check your knowledge of this course with a 50-question practice test.
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  • Detailed video explanations for wrong answers
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Integration of Students with Disabilities into Schools Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Learning Disabilities Instructional Support Planning Process: Definition & Uses Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Person-Centered Planning for Students with Disabilities Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Intellectual Disability Accommodations in the Classroom Text Lesson
Accommodations for Students with Autism Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Assistive Technology for Multiple Disabilities Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Assistive Technology for Intellectual Disabilities Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Assistive Technology for Nonverbal Students Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Assistive Technology for Hearing-Impaired Students Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Assistive Technology for Students with Visual Impairments Text Lesson  Take Quiz

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