ESE 601 Week 3 Assignment Universal Learning Characteristics (Ashford)
Universal Learning Characteristics [CLO: 3]. Due by Day 7. In this assignment you will demonstrate your understanding of the learning objective: Identify universal learning characteristics of students with mild to moderate disabilities. Additionally, completion of this assignment represents an introduction to Course Learning Outcome 3 and MASE Program Learning Outcomes 1, 2 and 6.
Although every child is unique, those with similar categorized disabilities, have universal learning and behavior characteristics. For example, traditional instruction can be delivered with strategies that have shown to be successful for students identified as having learning disabilities. Similarly, universal proactive classroom intervention techniques for children with mild to moderate behavior disabilities have also been demonstrated to be asuccessfulapproachtoaddressingtheseindividualized needs.
Create a graphic organizer using Popplet or Microsoft Word to demonstrate universal learning and behavior characteristicsandstrategiesforadisability ofyourchoice. Usetable2.1“GenerallyAcceptedCategorical Descriptions of Students with Mild Disabilities” and table 2.2 “Summary of Instructional Strategies by Functional Domains” to identify a population and their characteristics. Here is a model to follow:
• Universal Learning Characteristics
Define, in one sentence, the disability you’ve chosen.
Describe at least five universal behavior characteristics for the population of students you’ve chosen.
Explain at least five behavior strategies to support the Universal Behavior Characteristics.
List at least three resources you accessed to identify Universal Behavior Characteristics and strategies.
Describe at least five universal learning characteristics for the population of students you’ve chosen.
Explain at least five instructional strategies to support the universal learning characteristics of the
population of student’s you’ve chosen.
List at least three resources you accessed to identify universal learning characteristics and instructional
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