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QUESTION 1
1. When considering 'autism', pioneering work into understand the symptoms of autism was done by [think this through]
    
    1.
    Leo Kanne
    
    2.
    Bruno Bettlehiem 
    
    3.
    Hans Asperge
    
    4.
    Jean Piaget
2.25 points
QUESTION 2
1. An important characteristic of people with Asperger's is
    
    1.
    Cognitive deficits
    
    2.
    Deficits in communication
    
    3.
    Social difficulties
    
    4.
    All the above
2.25 points
QUESTION 3
1. Based on recent figures, it is estimated that the prevelance of autism in the population is
    
    1.
    1 to 4 in 10,000
    
    2.
    1 in 5,000
    
    3.
    1 in 160
    
    4.
    1 in 54
2.25 points
QUESTION 4
1. Autism is more prevelant
    
    1.
    In boys
    
    2.
    In girls
    
    3.
    Equal between boys and girls
    
    4.
    Varies by region of the country and the world
2.25 points
QUESTION 5
1. Which of the following is not a cause of autism
    
    1.
    Environmental factors
    
    2.
    Genetics
    
    3.
    Vaccines
    
    4.
    Brain abnormalities
2.25 points
QUESTION 6
1. Characteristics of those on the autism spectrum include
    
    1.
    Expressive communication defecits
    
    2.
    Difficulty making eye contact with others
    
    3.
    Deficits in social skills
    
    4.
    All the above
2.25 points
QUESTION 7
1. Which of the following refers to repeating words that are spoken to a child with autism
    
    1.
    Palilalia
    
    2.
    Echolalia
    
    3.
    Neologisms
    
    4.
    Echopraxia
2.25 points
QUESTION 8
1. A person with Savant Syndrome is highly proficient in
    
    1.
    Communication, with remaining deficits similar to others with autism
    
    2.
    Often display other serious mental health issues
    
    3.
    Highly developed skills in a specific area, while often having severe-moderate deficits in all other areas seen in most with autism
    
    4.
    None of the above
2.25 points
QUESTION 9
1. Based on today's research, autism can be identified as early as
    
    1.
    6 mos
    
    2.
    1 y
    
    3.
    1.5 yrs
    
    4.
    2 yrs
2.25 points
QUESTION 10
1. When making a diagnosis of autism, which of the following are important factors that the clinician needs to conside
    
    1.
    Is there a history of autism or ADHD in the family?
    
    2.
    Have other diagnoses that have similar symptoms been ruled out?
    
    3.
    Has the child's developmental history been taken into consideration?
    
    4.
    All the above
2.25 points
QUESTION 11
1. Early intervention for children with autism is
    
    1.
    No different than interventions for other disabilities
    
    2.
    Places a high priority on including the child's family as well as what occurs in the school setting
    
    3.
    Early intervention makes no difference in eventual progress as the child will eventually catch up to the performance of others when they are developmentally ready
    
    4.
    Requirements of intensive programming and structure are highly over-rated.
2.25 points
QUESTION 12
1. An important part of working with children with autism includes which of the following
    
    1.
    Inclusion of communication skills and development throughout all areas of teaching and learning
    
    2.
    Use of Applied Behavior Analysis as a primary teaching and disciplinary tool
    
    3.
    Working toward keeping the child in a mainstream classroom, regardless of the severity of their autism, to foster social skill development
    
    4.
    Use of simulations, rather than 'real-world' type environments for the greatest learning to take place
2.25 points
QUESTION 13
1. When trying to identify the best means of teaching skills and academics to children with autism, which of the following should always be considered
    
    1.
    Never allow for much choice, as this is not a reflection of the adult autistic's 'real world' scenario
    
    2.
    Only the teacher's expertise; other paraprofessionals and family members often don't have the knowledge or creativity to help develop effective programming
    
    3.
    What are the interests and preferences of the child that can be included as part of the educational programming
    
    4.
    Consideration of only present-day needs; transition planning from school into the workplace or other adult settings should begin only following completion of school
2.25 points
QUESTION 14
1. Behavior problems often occur during which of the following 
    
    1.
    Transitioning to different classes or activities
    
    2.
    When there is too much stimulation in the childs environment
    
    3.
    When the child is trying to communicate something and might have no ve
al communication skills
    
    4.
    All the above
2.25 points
QUESTION 15
1. When it comes to interactions between the child with autism and others, generalization of these interactionns
    
    1.
    Is learned with little difficulty
    
    2.
    Interactions of do not generalize easily from one setting and/or person to the next
    
    3.
    Have shown that peer tutoring in this area is ineffective, while being effective in other areas of learning
    
    4.
    All the above
2.25 points
QUESTION 16
1. Technological advances/assistive communication have all proven to be
    
    1.
    Very beneficial in contributing to the child with autism's learning ability
    
    2.
    Often helps the child become more focused on what they are doing
    
    3.
    Can provide a means of communication that the child might otherwise not have or be able to express easily
    
    4.
    All the above
2.25 points
QUESTION 17
1. Which of the following is not a consideration/s for the Gen Ed teacher when teaching children with autism
    
    1.
    Clear coordination on what is being done between the Gen Ed teacher and other professionals/paraprofessionals who work with them
    
    2.
    Collaboration between the school and home environments is critical
    
    3.
    It's best that everyone stick with their particular specialty regardless of what suggestions are made by others working with them
    
    4.
    Positive attitudes, best practices, consistency etc. can be a major key to the success of the autistic student.
2.25 points
QUESTION 18
1. According to IDEA, ADHD is
    
    1.
    A disability just as those we have covered throughout the semeste
    
    2.
    Is a condition contained within other types of disability, such as autism
    
    3.
    Is not denoted to be be a disability that can receive services
    
    4.
    Comprised of only hyperactivity, despite their being other symptoms and more than one type designated by the DSM-5
2.25 points
QUESTION 19
1. ADHD can present it self in many ways. Which of the following fall under the diagnosis of ADHD
    
    1.
    Predominantly hyperactive and impulsive
    
    2.
    Predominantly inattentive
    
    3.
    A and B in combination
    
    4.
    All the above
2.25 points
QUESTION 20
1. At the beginning of the 20th century, those presenting symptoms that we now associate with ADHD believed that these symptoms (hyperactivity, impuslivity) stemmed from solely environmental factors
 True
 False
2.25 points
QUESTION 21
1. A major issue that can affect whether one is diagnosed with ADHD, despite meeting the criteria for having the needed symptoms, is
    
    1.
    The environment in which the child has grown up
    
    2.
    That for many, adult ADHD is not truly ADHD
    
    3.
    That one must be diagnosed prior to age 12, or if not, have demonstrated the needed symptoms prior to that age.
    
    4.
    The belief that ADHD does not exist
2.25 points
QUESTION 22
1. Children typically outgrow ADHD by the time they reach adulthood
 True
 False
2.25 points
QUESTION 23
1. Critical issues su
onding the treatment of children with ADHD in the classroom involve which of the followin
    
    1.
    That ADHD is not covered under IDEA and hence educators receive no funding for the education of those who have the disorde
    
    2.
    Any type of educational services are not available to those children diagnosed with ADHD
    
    3.
    If enough symtoms are present, the child might be able to receive needed services under a 504 plan or the catagory of OHI (Other Health Impariments)
    
    4.
    Both a and c
2.25 points
QUESTION 24
1. One significant issue that can arise in a child with ADHD is [think this one through]
    
    1.
    Withdrawal
    
    2.
    Too much fidgeting
    
    3.
    Bullying others due to difficulty with self-control, hyperactivity, and self-regulation
    
    4.
    Poor attention
2.25 points
QUESTION 25
1. As children move into the later grades, several issues emerge related to academics. One way to reduce the affects and potentially the ability for the child/adolescent to achieve their academic goals is to
    
    1.
    Use assignments that are typical long
    
    2.
    Provide assignments that are shorter in length with needed additional similar assignments to equal those that are given to others
    
    3.
    Understand that ability-related problems weigh more heavily than performance related issues
    
    4.
    None of the above
2.25 points
QUESTION 26
1. An important area that increasingly older children have caused by ADHD as it relates to higher-order tasks is
    
    1.
    Difficulty with executive functions that are important in such areas as planning and organizing
    
    2.
    A decline in one's IQ
    
    3.
    Improvement in working memory (short term memory)
    
    4.
    One's attention span becomes very unpredictable
2.25 points
QUESTION 27
1. Which of the following are characteristics of a child with ADHD that need to be addressed
    
    1.
    Reduced sensitivity to e
ors
    
    2.
    Poor rule-governed behavio
    
    3.
    Poor rule-governed behavio
    
    4.
    Academic tutoring
    
    5.
    All the above
2.25 points
QUESTION 28
1. When assessing the child of ADHD and it's severity/symptoms, an important component of the assessments that might be overlooked is
    
    1.
    Teacher observations
    
    2.
    Family issues
    
    3.
    Input directly from the child
    
    4.
    Adaptive Behavior Scale ratings
2.25 points
QUESTION 29
1. Which of the following is sometimes not ca
ied out but is and can be extremely important for the child's ability to learn [think this through a bit]
    
    1.
    Self monitoring
    
    2.
    Self regulation
    
    3.
    Self reinforcement
    
    4.
    Training the parents to use the techniques
ehavioral strategies that are used in the classroom so that they can be ca
ied over into the home environment.
2.25 points
QUESTION 30
1. An effective and positive way to enable the child with ADHD to help focus better is through feedback from which of the following
    
    1.
    The use of a self-monitoring chart and graphs 
    
    2.
    Providing feedback only periodically as too much feedback, both + and - might be confusing to the child
    
    3.
    Tasks and assignments for school should never be encouraged to be worked on in the home environment
    
    4.
    If one
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Answer To : 36 multiple choice and one short essay

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QUESTION 1
1. When considering 'autism', pioneering work into understand the symptoms of autism was done by [think this through]
    
    1.
    Leo Kanne
    
    2.
    Bruno Bettlehiem 
    
    3.
    Hans Asperge
    
    4.
    Jean Piaget
2.25 points
QUESTION 2
1. An important characteristic of people with Asperger's is
    
    1.
    Cognitive deficits
    
    2.
    Deficits in communication
    
    3.
    Social difficulties
    
    4.
    All the above
2.25 points
QUESTION 3
1. Based on recent figures, it is estimated that the prevelance of auti
sm in the population is
    
    1.
    1 to 4 in 10,000
    
    2.
    1 in 5,000
    
    3.
    1 in 160
    
    4.
    1 in 54
2.25 points
QUESTION 4
1. Autism is more prevelant
    
    1.
    In boys
    
    2.
    In girls
    
    3.
    Equal between boys and girls
    
    4.
    Varies by region of the country and the world
2.25 points
QUESTION 5
1. Which of the following is not a cause of autism
    
    1.
    Environmental factors
    
    2.
    Genetics
    
    3.
    Vaccines
    
    4.
    Brain abnormalities
2.25 points
QUESTION 6
1. Characteristics of those on the autism spectrum include
    
    1.
    Expressive communication defecits
    
    2.
    Difficulty making eye contact with others
    
    3.
    Deficits in social skills
    
    4.
    All the above
2.25 points
QUESTION 7
1. Which of the following refers to repeating words that are spoken to a child with autism
    
    1.
    Palilalia
    
    2.
    Echolalia
    
    3.
    Neologisms
    
    4.
    Echopraxia
2.25 points
QUESTION 8
1. A person with Savant Syndrome is highly proficient in
    
    1.
    Communication, with remaining deficits similar to others with autism
    
    2.
    Often display other serious mental health issues
    
    3.
    Highly developed skills in a specific area, while often having severe-moderate deficits in all other areas seen in most with autism
    
    4.
    None of the above
2.25 points
QUESTION 9
1. Based on today's research, autism can be identified as early as
    
    1.
    6 mos
    
    2.
    1 y
    
    3.
    1.5 yrs
    
    4.
    2 yrs
2.25 points
QUESTION 10
1. When making a diagnosis of autism, which of the following are important factors that the clinician needs to conside
    
    1.
    Is there a history of autism or ADHD in the family?
    
    2.
    Have other diagnoses that have similar symptoms been ruled out?
    
    3.
    Has the child's developmental history been taken into consideration?
    
    4.
    All the above
2.25 points
QUESTION 11
1. Early intervention for children with autism is
    
    1.
    No different than interventions for other disabilities
    
    2.
    Places a high priority on including the child's family as well as what occurs in the school setting
    
    3.
    Early intervention makes no difference in eventual progress as the child will eventually catch up to the performance of others when they are developmentally ready
    
    4.
    Requirements of intensive programming and structure are highly over-rated.
2.25 points
QUESTION 12
1. An important part of working with children with autism includes which of the following
    
    1.
    Inclusion of communication skills and development throughout all areas of teaching and learning
    
    2.
    Use of Applied Behavior Analysis as a primary teaching and disciplinary tool
    
    3.
    Working toward keeping the child in a mainstream classroom, regardless of the severity of their autism, to foster social skill development
    
    4.
    Use of simulations, rather than 'real-world' type environments for the greatest learning to take place
2.25 points
QUESTION 13
1. When trying to identify the best means of teaching skills and academics to children with autism, which of the following should always be considered
    
    1.
    Never allow for much choice, as this is not a reflection of the adult autistic's 'real world' scenario
    
    2.
    Only the teacher's expertise; other paraprofessionals and family members often don't have the knowledge or creativity to help develop effective programming
    
    3.
    What are the interests and preferences of the child that can be included as part of the educational programming
    
    4.
    Consideration of only present-day needs; transition planning from school into the workplace or other adult settings should begin only following completion of school
2.25 points
QUESTION 14
1. Behavior problems often occur during which of the following 
    
    1.
    Transitioning to different classes or activities
    
    2.
    When there is too much stimulation in the childs environment
    
    3.
    When the child is trying to communicate something and might have no ve
al communication skills
    
    4.
    All the above
2.25 points
QUESTION 15
1. When it comes to interactions between the child with autism and others, generalization of these interactionns
    
    1.
    Is learned with little difficulty
    
    2.
    Interactions of do not generalize easily from one setting and/or person to the next
    
    3.
    Have shown that peer tutoring in this area is ineffective, while being effective in other areas of learning
    
    4.
    All the above
2.25 points
QUESTION 16
1. Technological advances/assistive communication have all proven to be
    
    1.
    Very beneficial in contributing to the child with autism's learning ability
    
    2.
    Often helps the child become more focused on what they are doing
    
    3.
    Can provide a means of communication...
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