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And arguments are supported by particular

Please answer the 4 questions below using only the resources provided for this assignment. Use at least 2 texts per question.
Please be sure to::
Thoughtfully and
thoroughly addresses
each question, including
diverse perspectives
when relevant (e.g.,
explaining arguments
for and against a
particular approach or
offering cautions when
using a particular
method)
Integrate ideas
from across all assigned
texts for this Module,
explaining how different
views from across texts
are similar or different.
Use specific quotes
or examples from the
assigned texts as
evidence to support
arguments.
All claims
and arguments are
supported by particular
quotes and examples
from the texts.
1) What are the similarities AND differences between UDL and MTSS as approaches to teaching students with (and without) disabilities? Give specific examples from your own experience and the assigned texts. (tip: t-charts and Venn Diagrams can be helpful ways to show similarities and differences visually) *Please split the differences and similarities into two columns so it’s visually clear where the differences and similarities are. *
2) What is at least one advantage of each approach? What is at least one challenge of each approach? Give specific examples from your own experience and the assigned texts.
3) Give a specific, detailed example of how you would apply UDL in your current classroom. Please include information about your students’ grade(s), the subject area you teach (7th grade English), class size (25-29 in each class, I only teach 3 classes total), and any other information that may be relevant. (n.b.: UDL is appropriate for making instruction more accessible in any setting, from a general education classroom to a District 75 classroom).
4) What questions do this Module’s readings raise for you?
**Resources**
UDL:
1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDvKnY0g6e4
2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bu6uglEV3mU&t=590s
3. Meo (2008) UDL HS Reading Comprehension.pdf (pdf attached)
MTSS:
4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkK1bT8ls0M
5. https://www.leadingequitycenter.com/147
6. Willis (2019) Race RTI Reading.pdf (pdf attached *please note that Willis is arguing against and is critiquing it)

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Https://oklahomawatch.org/newsletter/education-watch-how-new-state-laws-will-imp

Education Watch: How New State Laws Will Impact Education


Please read this and fill out the form that is provided in files

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How do you get there?

Think about how you maneuver through the course of a day. Where do you go? How do you get there? What obstacles do you encounter? The purpose of the AT review is to examine and identify how people with mobility impairments function by using mobility-related AT devices. gain a comprehensive understanding of a specific AT device.
Select one of the following mobility units to review:
Powered or motorized wheelchair
Based on your selection, research and answer the following questions thoroughly using available resources and APA citations.
Who is this AT typically used by?
Identify and explain two diagnoses the individual using this AT could be diagnosed with. (Multiple Sclerosis and ALS)
Locate the AT device selected online (There will be various brands, select one). You can use “Quickie” as the brand.
Identify the device and explain the applicable components (seat, armrests, controls, front riggings, wheels and rear tires, etc.)
What are the adaptation features (e.g., type, ease of use, maintenance demands, environmental needs, training) of the device selected?

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However, if you want to contribute more responses, please do.

Discussion Participation/ PEER DISCUSSION RESPONSE:
Your initial post should be a logical and thoughtful response to questions posted and typically should be at least 250 words. After posting, you should return to this discussion area and post at least two responses to posts made by your classmates during the remaining week(s) of the module. However, if you want to contribute more responses, please do. Please refer to the Discussion Rubric for details on how to engage in the discussion and earn the maximum number of points for your work. Your follow up posts should be reflective in nature and may require research and analysis to draw others into an in-depth conversation. Be sure to use APA style to cite sources when putting forth the ideas, opinions, and facts of others.
**PLEASE REPLY TO THE DISCUSSION BELOW WITH 200 WORDS LONG RESPONSE FOR EACH PEER DISCUSSION**
PEER DISCUSSION 1: 200 WORDS RESPONSE
Faye Strauf
Medical model thinking is in liberal term “people with disabilities”, and with this approach people with impairment are sought out as it reduces the complex of problems of disabled people to the issues of medical prevention, cure, or rehabilitation. The weakness in the medical model is the perspective and the guilt that it puts on the person who is disabled. The medical model is the model that the disability is a result of a physical condition and may have clear effects on the quality of life of that individual (County Council, 2021).
The social model has been called “the big idea” of the British disability movement (Hasler, 1993), has been effective politically in building the social movement of disabled people. Social model thinking mandates barrier removal, anti-discrimination legislation, and independent living. Looking at disability in a different way as it seems to allow the person to be more successful. In the social model, the disability is not viewed as the fault of the disabled or as a negative nor positive. Strengths of the social model is that the disability is not viewed negatively and not problematic. As it is stated by Beaudry that social modelists acknowledge that impairments do exist in those with a diagnosis, “they deny that impairments should be called or said to cause disabilities” (2016).
In my opinion the Universal Design would be beneficial in the Medical Model especially because it allows those who have impairments to have opportunities equal to their peers regardless of a disability.
References:
The Disability Studies Reader, Lennard J Davis 5th ed.,
Beaudry, J. S. (2016). Beyond (Models of) Disability? J Med Philos, 41(2), 210–228.
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PEER DISCUSSION 2: 200 WORDS RESPONSE
Vincent Sokolowski
Both the medical and social models of disability have their individual strengths and weaknesses. The social model of disability promotes the idea that adapting social and physical environments to accommodate people with a range of functional abilities improves the quality of life and opportunity for people with and without impairments (UCSF, 2019). In comparison, the medical model of disability views disability as resulting from an individual person’s physical or mental limitations and is not connected to social or geographical environments. Therefore, the Medical Model focuses on finding a “cure” or making a person more “normal.” While the Medical Model is a helpful way of understanding illness and loss of function, it inherently rejects the concept of disability as a disability and typically is rejected by the disability community because of this.
We can see the concepts of these models impact the perception of society and therefore what we consider appropriate solutions when we consider effective accessibility options. For example, if an establishment is accessible exclusively by steps, the medical model would suggest that an individual’s inability to walk prevented them from entering the establishment. Conversely, through the social model of disability, the absence of a ramp prevented the individual from entering the establishment, and it also created unnecessary risks and difficulties for families with strollers or delivery workers with dollies stacked with heavy boxes. The social model of disability in this scenario is great example of why concepts of Universal Design is beneficial to society as a whole and not just disabled individuals.
References:
UCSF. (2022). Medical and Social Models of Disability.
Retrieved from https://odpc.ucsf.edu/clinical/patient-centered-care/medical-and-social-models-of-disability
University of Washington. (2018). Universal Design in Higher Education.
Retrieved from https://www.washington.edu/doit/sites/default/files/atoms/files/Part_1_UDHE-PP_12_18_18_tagged_0.pdf
**TOTAL OF 400 WORDS IN ALL. THANK YOU**

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This is just a publish to the final paper.

Attached you will find my previous of the start of my paper. It needs to be formated like the example copy attached that is the main thing. Also I have attach annotated bibliographys to help with the sources to add to the paper. This is just a publish to the final paper. The paper is on the impact of funding on education. Sources are provided.
Instructions are attached to how the paper should be formated and written. Please follow.

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Should it be used?

What is your opinion on push down curriculum? Should it be used? Why or why not?
How do you encourage imagination in your classroom?
How can we show administrators and parents the importance of including play in the classroom routine>

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This assignment is complete, but i am looking for something to editing and proof

This assignment is complete, but I am looking for something to editing and proofread my word and also include a Turnitin 100% plagiarism free, please attached the report.

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Heffron, m. c., reynolds, d., & talbot, b. (2016).

After reading these chapters, lay out a plan you would use to introduce your reflective practice ideas to your work setting. Use the sections of this chapter to organize your plan.
Boris, N.W. & Grabert, J.C. (2009) How do I introduce reflective supervision to my program, in A Practical Guide to Reflective Supervision, p. 41-62.
Heffron, M. C., Reynolds, D., & Talbot, B. (2016). Reflecting together: Reflective functioning as a focus for deepening group supervision. Infant Mental Health Journal, 37(6), 628-639.
reading 1:
reading 2: https://www.careinnovations.org/wp-content/uploads/Reflecting-Together.pdf

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Explain how you have used documentation and observation in your classroom and what you have documented.

Documentation and Observations are important aspects in our practice. Read the article The Power of Documentation in the Early Childhood Classroom by Hilary Seitz.
Link to article: https://www.naeyc.org/sites/default/files/globally-shared/downloads/PDFs/resources/pubs/seitz.pdf
After reading the article, consider the following as you share your initial response.
Provide a brief summary of the article (1 paragraph = 7-10 sentences)
Choose one of the following questions to respond to. The questions are as follows:
Explain how you have used documentation and observation in your classroom and what you have documented. Please explain what tool(s) you have used for your documentation.
OR
Explain how you would use documentation and observation in future classroom and state what you would document. Please explain what tool(s) you would use for your documentation.

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(gifted education).

To develop an educational plan for a student based on a hypothetical scenario. (Gifted education). By assessing a student’s situation and making recommendations that will improve his/her affective and academic opportunities. To develop a comprehensive plan that identifies a student’s abilities and provide related gifted services that include an educational plan appropriate for the population being served. Align the plan to the NAGC Programming Standards and the NAGC/CEC Teacher Standards.