Parental Concerns about Students with Cognitive Impairments

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How can you address parental concerns about statewide assessments as they relate to students with cognitive impairments?

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1. What does the law say about post-secondary transition planning as it relates to special education students?

2. What can teachers do to address parental concerns about bullying, especially as it relates to cognitively impaired students? Choose the best answer.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

We've made this worksheet/quiz to test your understanding of topics related to parental concerns for students with cognitive impairments, such as statewide assessments for these students and postsecondary transition planning. Each quiz question is in multiple-choice format.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Discover what you know about these key points:

  • Parental concerns regarding bullying
  • A classroom aide being assigned to a student
  • Strategy for addressing a parent's concerns about their child's math skills

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about parental concerns regarding students with cognitive impairment and how they can be addressed
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the concept of bullying and how to deal with it
  • Making connections - use your understanding of cognitive impairments in students to explain how to alleviate parental concerns over statewide assessments for these students

Additional Learning

Feel free to learn more about addressing parents with the lesson called Parental Concerns about Students with Cognitive Impairments. Here are some bullet points to keep you on track:

  • Cognitive impairments while learning and how they affect children
  • Two main concerns from parents about these types of students
  • Challenges for these students when entering into a new learning environment
  • Safety measures a teacher might enact to help a student with a cognitive impairment
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