Identifying Children with Special Needs

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Use at least 1 practicum hour to interview a school psychologist and/or school employee who are involved in the process of identifying children with special needs. Include the following:

  1. What is the identification process for birth to preschool and kindergarten to third grade?
  2. What are the assessments used for identification?
  3. What is the family involvement and role in the process?
  4. What resources are available to families?
  5. What instructional and assistive technology is used?
  6. What is the student placement model for the school/district?
  7. What is the teacher’s involvement and role in the process in #6?
  8. What is the role classroom assessments play in the identification process?
  9. Additional relevant information.

In 500-750 words, summarize the interview responses and include the following analysis:

  1. What did you learn from the responses?
  2. How will what you learned effect your future classroom?

Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

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School: New York University


Running Head: Identifying Children with Special Needs

Identifying Children with Special Needs
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Identifying Children with Special Needs

Education is required and needs in our current age. Therefore it’s necessary to empower
our children with the right education. If our current system of education does not support or isn’t
suitable for our children, then we should find an alternative system for them. This alternative
system is the special needs education or the aided education. If ever we find that any child, either
as a parent or as a teacher, needs to be supported help then the child should be assessed, and the
proper screening is done to ensure that child receives the appropriate education
The identification of children with special needs is made from the moment a child is
born. That means that sometimes the first person to realize that a child has special needs is the
parent. A child’s parent is the first teacher. He or she will realize the moment the child is born if
that child has any physical impairment. A parent may also recognize that a child needs special
aid by observing his difficulty in learning or behavior difficult. When the child is in kindergarten
through third grade, the teacher may also realize the same by observing the child's challenging
his difficulty in learning and his...

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