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Professional & Ethical Communication in Special Education

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What is professionalism in special education?

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1. What is one way to treat families with dignity within special education?

2. Advocating for students in special education might mean _____ stereotypes.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

By taking this interactive quiz or printing and completing the worksheet, you can check your understanding of communication in special education. Multiple-choice questions cover professionalism, student advocacy, ethical decision-making and interactions with families and students in special education.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Test your comprehension of the following using these assessments:

  • Meaning of professionalism in special education
  • How to treat families with dignity within special education
  • Relationship between advocating for students in special education and stereotypes
  • What to do when uncertain about how to make an ethical decision
  • Term or phrase that refers to teachers modeling behavior for students

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately define key terms like professionalism
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding a way to treat families with dignity within special education
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer a question about what it means to model a desired behavior for students

Additional Learning

To better understand the basics of communication in special education, review the lesson accompanying this quiz and worksheet called Professionalism & Ethical Communication in Special Education. In this lesson, the following is covered:

  • Ethics as it relates to being an educator
  • Differences educators should consider when communicating with students and families
  • Importance of confidentiality in ethical communication
  • Record-keeping and reporting in special education
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