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Special Education Labeling
Taylor Fulcher

Twice-Exceptional Children Defined

I was shocked, actually sort of stunned… There, in front of me was a student who just hours before had absolutely blown the other students out of the water with

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Special Education Labeling
Suzie Dalien

Oppositional Defiant Disorder Defined

Oppositional Defiant Disorder or ODD is a behavioral disorder where the child shows continuing aggression, many outbursts, and irritates others. Any child can have ODD, but this disorder is far

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Special Education Labeling
Suzie Dalien

Individualized Family Service Plan

Often, one of the first plans created for a child with special needs is the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). This document is designed to determine the services your child

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Special Education Labeling
Suzie Dalien

Labeling a child; Good or Bad?

No matter how open minded we think we are, we all judge people. Now, before you get your hackles raised and say, “No, I don’t!” just think about it for

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Special Education Labeling
Suzie Dalien

Labeling in Special Education

You label things at least once a week and probably don’t even know it. Think about it… That folder at work for your new client needs a label to identify

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Special Education Labeling
Suzie Dalien

Learning Disabilities

“If a child can’t learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn,” (N.p., n.d. Web. 5 Dec. 2014). This sentiment by educator Ignacio Estrada perfectly

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Special Education Labeling
Suzie Dalien

Emotional Disabilities

Every single one of us has a unique genetic makeup that comprises who we are as people, and no one else on the planet with have the same combination of

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