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Monitoring Students with Emotional Impairments - Chapter Summary
This engaging chapter contains lessons that cover the monitoring of students with emotional impairments. Our instructors discuss reflective teaching and the use of self-evaluation to adjust your teaching strategies in these lessons. Additional subjects include monitoring the progress of individual students and examples of ongoing assessments. You should be ready to achieve the following objectives after completing this chapter:
- Understand the benefits of using assessment data to drive your instruction
- Increase student achievement using data
- Utilize progress monitoring and instructional evaluation for students with emotional impairments
- Use a template to create your own behavior charts
- Provide an example of ABC behavior analysis
- Detail the antecedent-behavior-consequence chart
- Explain how PBIS is used with special education students
- Modify the learning environment using data
Studying is enjoyable and easy with help from the lessons and quizzes our professional instructors have provided in this chapter. Use them at your convenience, 24 hours a day, on any computer, tablet or mobile phone. Along with each lesson, you'll find a short self-assessment quiz to gauge your progress through the chapter.
1. What is Reflective Teaching? - Definition & Methods
Find out what reflective teaching is and how to apply it in your teaching practice. Learn basic methods of reflective teaching. Read the lesson, then take a quiz to test your knowledge.
2. How to Adjust Teaching Strategies With Self-Evaluation
Self-reflection is a part of life. However, in the world of education, it can be the difference between student success and failure. This lesson offers advice on how to evaluate and make adjustments to your teaching.
3. Monitoring the Progress of Individual Students
In order to plan instruction for students, teachers must first have a solid idea of student skill level. This lesson explains methods for monitoring and recording the progress of individual students and shows how it is applied in a classroom.
4. What is Ongoing Assessment? - Definition & Examples
Assessment is an essential component to any instructional practice. Teachers need to use ongoing assessment to check learner progress. How does this work, and how do teachers design ongoing assessments? Read on for details.
5. Benefits of Using Assessment Data to Drive Instruction
Assessments are powerful tools that can give you precise data about student learning. Using that data to drive instruction is incredibly important for effective teaching. This lesson will detail some benefits of using data to drive instruction.
6. Using Data to Increase Student Achievement
Why do teachers give assessments? Probably not for the love of grading. So why does so much in education seem assessment-based? In this lesson, you'll learn more about how to use assessment data to improve student achievement.
7. Behavior Chart Template
A good behavior chart can make all the difference in helping students understand what is expected of them. This lesson provides a template for a behavior chart you can use in school.
8. ABC Behavior Analysis: Definition & Examples
Would you like to understand why your students behave in certain ways? This lesson will define the ABCs of behavior analysis with real-world examples to help you better understand student actions.
9. Antecedent-Behavior-Consequence Chart
Antecedent-Behavior-Consequence (ABC) charts can be really useful ways to understand what is happening for a difficult student. This lesson teaches you what an ABC chart is and how to use it in the classroom.
10. PBIS & Special Education Students
This lesson explains what PBIS is, why it is important, and how it affects students with special needs. It also provides a step-by-step process on how to implement PBIS in your classroom and school.
11. Using Data to Modify the Learning Environment
In this lesson, you will learn how to collect and use data to modify the learning environment through instructional and physical alterations for students with emotional impairments.
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Other chapters within the MTTC Emotional Impairment (059): Practice & Study Guide course
- Human Growth & Development Basics
- Characteristics & Effects of Emotional Impairments
- The Educational Psychology of Emotional Impairments
- Psychiatric & Pharmacological Elements of Emotional Impairments
- Influential Factors on Development & Learning
- Using Education & Psychological Assessments
- Education Assessments for Emotional Impairments
- Interpreting Assessments & Emotional Impairment Reports
- IEPs for Students with Emotional Impairments
- Transition Planning for Students with Emotional Impairment in Michigan
- Behavior Intervention Plans for Students with Emotional Impairments
- Behavioral Interventions for Students with Emotional Impairments
- Learning Environments for Students with Emotional Impairments
- Curriculum for Students with Disabilities
- Teaching Strategies for Students with Emotional Impairments
- Individualized Instruction for Students with Emotional Impairments
- Technology for Students with Emotional Impairments
- Communication Skills in the Classroom
- Social Skills for Students with Emotional Impairments
- Life Skills for Students with Emotional Impairments
- Communicating & Collaborating with Students with Emotional Impairments & Their Parents
- School & Community Partnerships
- Foundations of SPED for Students with Emotional Impairments in Michigan
- Professional, Ethical & Legal Roles of Educators of Students with Emotional Impairments
- MTTC Emotional Impairment Flashcards