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Praxis Special Ed - Teaching Students with Behavioral Disorders: Practice & Study Guide Final Exam

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Question 1 1. According to theorist Urie Bronfenbrenner, the environment is divided into various parts and each part interacts with the person in some way. This theory is known as the:

Question 2 2. A young child is experiencing difficulty with oral language. She is well behind her peers and becomes frustrated when trying to share a thought, as her words are often mixed up and out of order. This child is having difficulty with:

Question 3 3. Mark is a third-grader who loves to play soccer. He often struggles in school and usually earns low grades. He is often off task in class and puts forth little effort. In order to help Mark succeed, his teacher, parents, and school counselor have put a reward system in place in which he can earn extra time to play soccer outside. If he does not comply, he does not receive the extra incentive. The adults are hopeful that this reward system will serve as:

Question 4 4. Mrs. Miller teaches her students about the Revolutionary War. Upon completion of her unit, the students are assessed on the concepts she has taught them through a variety of tasks on a written test. Mrs. Miller's objectives need to match the information on the exam. This ensures that her objectives are:

Question 5 5. Utilizing technological devices such as a laptop or tablet, allowing extra time on an exam, and changing a seating arrangement for a student are all types of:

Question 6 6. What is a student's ability to problem-solve and think known as?

Question 7 7. TTY and CCTV are appropriate accommodations for a student with:

Question 8 8. This is designed specifically to meet an individual student's needs. It is revised on a yearly basis, but can be reviewed when a parent requests for changes to be made.

Question 9 9. This type of disorder often causes a student to act out in class and leads to a lack of friendships. Students also usually struggle academically. This is known as a:

Question 10 10. All students are to be placed in a learning setting that is the best fit and provides them as much of an opportunity to learn and grow as their capabilities allow on an everyday basis. This is known as:

Question 11 11. A student that repeats words, flaps his arms over and over again, does not communicate well with peers, and often rocks back and forth most likely has:

Question 12 12. Which act requires schools to meet the special needs of disabled students?

Question 13 13. What does it mean if a student has a learning disability?

Question 14 14. A child with Autism may demonstrate

Question 15 15.

Calculate the z-score using the following data:

Raw score is 75, mean is 50, and standard deviation is 10

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