About This Chapter
Intervention and Transition Strategies for Special Education - Chapter Summary
Those who wish to gain knowledge of intervention with students identified with special needs, or individuals who plan to prepare for teacher licensing examinations in special education, will find this chapter to be a great resource. These lessons, prepared by those well-versed in the field, will take students through issues regarding intervention and transition with special education students. You can study lessons on any device, and come back to anything with which you need more help. After you've studied this chapter, you will be able to:
- Explain the benefits of early intervention for students with disabilities
- Discuss strategies for intervention with students
- Discuss the tiers of Response to Intervention, a common approach to approaching student needs
- Talk about transition planning and transition domains
Using this chapter's lessons, you will come to a thorough understanding of issues around transition within special education. If you have any questions after reviewing the material, you can reach out to in-house experts who will be happy to help!
1. Early Intervention for Students with Disabilities
Like many aspects of life, it's important to identify students' disabilities early in order to create effective intervention programs. This lesson discusses the importance of early disability intervention and gives examples of actions to be taken.
2. Student Intervention Plan and Strategies
This lesson will highlight various academic and behavioral intervention plans that you can use for students who are in need of academic or behavior support in the classroom. A short quiz will follow to test your knowledge.
3. What Is Response to Intervention (RTI)? - Tiers & Strategies
The Response to Intervention process, or RTI, was designed and implemented in public schools as an attempt at early intervention for students with exceptional educational needs. In this video, we will look at the basics of this process.
4. Transition Domains for Special Education
This lesson will help you create the transition planning part of your student's Individual Education Plan. You'll explore the components that are required in the transition plan, then you can test your knowledge of transition plans with a brief quiz.
5. Transition Planning & Special Education
In this lesson, we'll cover the basics of transition planning for special education students, including what teachers need to do to make sure their students are ready to enter the adult world.
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Other chapters within the Praxis Special Education (5354): Practice & Study Guide course
- Child Development Psychology
- Cognitive Influences on Learning
- How Disability & Developmental Delay Can Affect Learning
- Learning Theory
- Students with Individual Disabilities, Disorders & Impairments
- Meeting Individual Children's Needs
- Student Learning and Motivation
- Instructional Strategies
- Adaptive & Assistive Technology in the Classroom
- Learning Assessments
- Foundations & Professional Responsibilities
- Praxis Special Education Flashcards