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Lecture 5

SED 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Childhood Disintegrative Disorder, Fluorescent Lamp, Literal And Figurative Language


Department
Special Education
Course Code
SED 101
Professor
Laura Dickenson
Lecture
5

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SED 101 Test #3
What Do I Need To Know???
(text) = Most likely means information found in the power points I used in class. All information can be
found within your textbook as well.
(guest speaker power points) = Information that I am asking pertaining to specific information shared
by our guest speaker(s)
Chapter 8: Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
:
Definition of an Emotional Disturbance (text and/or guest speaker power point)
o An inability to exhibit appropriate behavior under ordinary circumstances
o An inability to maintain relationships with peers or teachers
o An inappropriate affect such as depression or anxiety
o An inappropriate manifestation of physical symptoms or fears in response to
school or personal difficulties
Characteristics
Learning characteristics
o Range of intellectual abilities, chronic school failure, absenteeism, grade retention,
school dropout
Social characteristics
o Difficulty building and maintaining relationships, aggressive behavior, experience
rejection, externalizing and internalizing behaviors
Language/communication characteristics
o Deficits in the areas of pragmatics, receptive, and expressive language and limited or
inappropriate language use
Internalizing behaviors & examples (guest speaker power point)
o Having low or restricted activity levels
o Not talking with other children
o Being shy
o Timid and/or unassertive
o Avoiding or withdrawing from social situations
o Preferring to play or spend time alone
o Acting in a fearful manner
o Not participating in games and activities
o Being unresponsive to social initiations by others
o Not standing up for one’s self
Problems/diagnosis associated with Internalizing Behaviors (guest speaker ppt)
o Anxiety
o Depression
o Social stress
o Somatization
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SED 101 Test #3
Externalizing behaviors & examples (guest speaker ppt)
o Displaying aggression toward objects or person
o Arguing
o Forcing the submission of others
o Defying the teacher
o Being out of seat
o Not complying with teacher instructions or directives
o Having tantrums
o Being hyperactive
o Disturbing others
o Stealing
o Not following teacher or school-imposed rules
Problems/diagnosis associated with Externalizing Behaviors (guest speaker ppt)
o Hyperactivity
o Attention
o Aggression
o Conduct Problems
Ways we analyze behaviorsie: what categories do behaviors fall into (guest speaker ppt)
o ADHD
o Opposition Defiant Disorder
o Intermittent Explosive Disorder
o Mood Disorder
Functional Analysis of Behavior (text and/or guest speaker ppt)including what we use to
interpret behavior (frequency, age-appropriateness and duration)
o What where when why how
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Strategies to use with students with ED (guest speaker ppt)
o Honest communication—don’t say I know how you feel if you don’t
o Remove yourself from situation—don’t take it personal
o Know your own strengths and what pushes your buttons
o Understand that behavior is communicative intent
o Understand that you have to reshapes their learned coping strategies to fit various
situations
o Learn what behaviors have worked for them in the past and value the importance of
these
o Getting the last word isn’t important but providing the message is
o Grow thick skin and cry later
Strategies to use with the “externalizer” (guest speaker ppt)
o Limit your talkingdo not engage in the verbal banter
o As tempting as it is, don’t argue back
o Respectful confrontation
o “If-then” statements
o Provide choices
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SED 101 Test #3
o Provide a chance for them to be heard without giving your thoughts
o Appropriate humor
o Keep your volume at a conversation level
o Remove the student from “the audience”
o Therapeutic approach: Behavioral Modification
Strategies to use with the “internalizer” (guest speaker ppt)
o Approach is more “therapist” oriented
o Assist in debunking cognitive distortions (‘stinkin thinkin’)
o Assist them in “rating” the situation
o Provide choices but may need to help them in coming up with a decision
o Limit your engagement with circular conversations
o Encourage/praise their involvement in the situation
o Appropriate humor
o Therapeutic approach: Cognitive-Behavioral
How many settings will a student with ED demonstrate behaviors? (1? 2? More?) (text)
o One or more
What is the most common/prevalent feature among students with ED/BD? (text)
o Most underidentified
Diagnoses between males versus females (who is diagnosed more often?) (text)
o Men
The effectiveness (or lack of) regarding the use of punishment (text)
o Punishment is ineffective. We use positive behavioral support
Most common educational placements/settings for students with ED (text)
o Regular Ed Class
Chapter 9: Autism Spectrum Disorders
What is “Theory of Mind?” (text)
o A cognitive hypothesis that seeks to explain the inability of the individual with autism
spectrum disorders to realize that other people have their own unique points of view
about the world.
Characteristics of Asperger’s Syndrome (text)
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