Posted: November 9th, 2015

Content Review

Content Review

Respond to each item. Each response should be concise and 2- to 3-paragraphs in

Use MS Word to write your responses, and submit your answers to all three questions

in one Word document.
You have been learning about deafness and hearing loss, blindness and low vision,

physical disabilities, health impairments, ADHD, and low-incidence disabilities

such as severe/multiple disabilities, deaf-blindness, and traumatic brain injury.

Choose two of these categories that are of most interest to you. Describe two ways

in which they differ from each other, and then explain a relationship or similarity

that may exist between the two.
“Cerebral palsy is the most prevalent physical disability in school-age children”

(Heward, 2009, p. 409). Review the section on cerebral palsy in your course text

(pp. 409–413). Imagine you are an early childhood teacher who has a child with

cerebral palsy in your preschool or kindergarten class. Summarize at least three

facts about cerebral palsy that would help you better understand this child. Then

explain at least three ways you might adapt a toy or other classroom device, such

as a computer, to promote active and independent use by this child.
“Some people question the wisdom of spending large amounts of money, time, and

human resources attempting to educate children who have such serious and profound

disabilities that they may never be able to function independently” (Heward, 2009,

p. 456). Review Figure 12.1 of your course text, “Are All Children Educable?”, on

page 456. Based on your readings for this week and in previous weeks, write a

response to the question of whether all children are educable. Support your views

with specific references from the text.


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