Infant Toddler Development Training
Module 5, Lesson 1
1. In the family scenario of Seth Greene, his mother, Betty, seems distressed that professionals who work with him are too focused on which of the following?
a. family lifestyle
b. the diagnosis
c. family grieving
d. the prognosis
2. In 1975 the first piece of major federal legislation related to special education was written. Which of the following is not a valid statement about laws addressing family involvement for children with disabilities from that time forward?
a. Federal legislation contained language addressing family involvement with passage of the 1975 law.
b. The reauthorization of the original federal law related to special education has given more definition to the language regarding family involvement.
c. The reauthorization of the original federal law related to special education has strengthened the role of families
d. Federal law related to special education has never contained language concerning family involvement.
3. The enhanced Early Steps service delivery system has shifted focus from providing services primarily to the child to that of having the family
a. serve as the team member who performs the initial screening for their child
b. serve as an active participant on the early intervention team
c. serve as an observer during assessment
d. serve as a therapist in delivery of services in natural environments
4. In this lesson, cultural diversity was emphasized and several cultures were highlighted. When considering those you studied, which culture looks at life globally; from a holistic standpoint rather than an analytical one; and has a visual style of representing information.
a. Latino culture
b. Native American culture
c. Asian culture
d. African American culture
5. According to Maslow, which is the proper order of human needs based on the pyramid (bottom to top)?
a. safety, physiological, belonging/love, self-actualization and self-esteem
b. belonging/love, safety, physiological, self-actualization and self-esteem
c. physiological, safety, belonging/love, self-actualization and self-esteem
d. physiological, safety, belonging/love, self-esteem and self-actualization
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