PSY345H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Individualized Education Program, Peer Tutor, Utopia

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Published on 17 Apr 2013
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UTM
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Psychology
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PSY345H5
PSY345 Lecture 2 January 16, 2013
- Mainstreaming
- The Least Restrictive Environment (LRE)
- Educational Integration
o In the past education was segregated based upon race, sex, disability
o End of separation of education
o Achieved by physical placement of students with extensive needs on
general education campuses (melting-pot: everyone comes together).
o Support services are provided, collaboration between general and special
education is provided (unlike mainstreaming).
o Problem: doesn’t call for specific changes in school system for children
with disabilities
o Ex: non-Catholic student going to a Catholic school, Catholic school
doesn’t change to accommodate non-Catholic student.
- Inclusive Education
o Goal standard of how the kids should be educated today
o Students attend their home school with their age and grade peers
Promotes social inclusion (school is near home, same
social/economic class, friends live near).
o It requires that the proportion of students labeled for special services is
relatively uniform for all the schools with a particular district. Students are
not isolated into special classes or wings within the school.
- Full Inclusion
o Students who are disabled or at risk receive all their instruction in a
regular education setting; support services come to the student.
o For kids who have mild disabilities that don’t affect their ability to learn,
participate.
- Partial Inclusion:
o Students receive most of their instruction in regular education settings but
the students may be “pulled out” to another institutional setting when it is
deemed appropriate to their individual needs.
For kids who have a behavioral problem and may disrupt the class
o There are clear limits to full inclusion: the school has to change in order to
support the child. By law the school has to include everyone.
- Partial: more restrictive environment
o Much more realistic environment for most children
o Pragmatic issue: what’s best for the child
o Political issue that leads to resources (ex. Catholic school board says that
they don’t have enough resources to support every special needs child, so
the child ends up going to public school).
- Inclusion Checklist (7 items) - Slides
5) Integration between special education teacher and other teachers
7) Flexible support systems work best.
Steps for the Individualized Education Program process
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