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MTTC Cognitive Impairment Flashcards - Summary
These interactive flashcards cover all the topics you could encounter on the MTTC Cognitive Impairment exam. Get reacquainted with the basics of cognitive impairments, strategies for instructing and assessing students and the best ways to work with families and support students in special education. Using these entertaining flashcards can help you grasp topics that include:
- Factors that impact learning and development
- How to identify and plan for students with Individualized Education Plans
- Strategies for managing a learning environment and teaching communication skills in special education
- Ways to teach students with impairments and special needs self-advocacy and life skills
- How to support special education students in life transitions and develop partnerships to support students
- Legal and educational reform for students with special needs
How They Work
It's easy and fun to prepare for the MTTC Cognitive Impairment exam using these flashcards. To ensure you memorize and fully understand important exam topics, follow the process below:
- Open a flashcard set for the MTTC Cognitive Impairment topic you're studying.
- Identify the cognitive impairment term or concept on the flashcard.
- Click the button to flip the card and view the answer.
- Select whether you got it right or missed it to keep track of your progress.
- Click the Next arrow to proceed through the flashcard set.
- Review the cards you missed or shuffle all cards back in and go through them again.
Flashcards - Normal & Abnormal Human Growth & Development
Flashcards - Characteristics of Cognitive Impairments
Flashcards - Effects of Cognitive Impairments on Learning & Life
Flashcards - Types of Assessment for Students with Cognitive Impairments
Flashcards - Interpreting & Communicating Educational Assessment Results
Flashcards - Instructional Planning in Special Education
Flashcards - Curriculum & Teaching Strategies for Students with Disabilities
Flashcards - Behavioral Interventions for Students with Special Needs
Flashcards - Communicating with Students & Families in SPED
Flashcards - Educational & Legal Reform for Students with Special Needs
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Other chapters within the MTTC Cognitive Impairment (056): Practice & Study Guide course
- Normal & Abnormal Human Growth & Development
- Factors Impacting Development & Learning
- Characteristics of Cognitive Impairments
- Effects of Cognitive Impairments on Learning & Life
- Types of Assessment for Students with Cognitive Impairments
- Conducting Assessments for Students with Cognitive Impairments
- Interpreting & Communicating Educational Assessment Results
- Identifying & Planning for Students with Individualized Education Plans
- Instructional Planning in Special Education
- Strategies for Learning Environment Management in Special Education
- Individualizing Instruction for Students with Cognitive Impairments
- Teaching Communication Skills In Special Education
- Self-Advocacy for Students with Impairments
- Curriculum & Teaching Strategies for Students with Disabilities
- Teaching Life Skills to Students with Special Needs
- Behavioral Interventions for Students with Special Needs
- Supporting Life Transitions for SPED Students
- Developing Partnerships to Support Students as an Educator
- Communicating with Students & Families in SPED
- Educational & Legal Reform for Students with Special Needs
- Professional Issues for Teachers in Michigan