Fred's case: a stimulus
Fred's case: a stimulus is a short film released on 16mm. It is held in the IUL Moving Image Archive collection.
Designed to serve as a stimulus for discussion, this film shows the various steps in determining whether a student will be placed in a special education class. Demonstrates the following procedural st...
|Fred's case: a stimulus|
|Produced by||Indiana University Audio-Visual Center|
Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
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- Designed to serve as a stimulus for discussion, this film shows the various steps in determining whether a student will be placed in a special education class. Demonstrates the following procedural steps used by school officials to determine whether Fred will be transferred to a special education class: appointing the case conference committee, sharing information, initiation of individual educational plan, placement review, and revised program. Records Fred's parents being told that his cognitive, verbal, and perceptual progress is below normal for his grade level and shows their disapproval for transferring Fred to a special education class. Indicates that they will request a hearing to determine Fred's status.
- Physical Format
- 1 Film (0:00:00)
- IUL Genres
- IUL Subject
- Educational psychology
- Special education
- Disabilities and Special Education.
- Full Title (usually this is the same as above)
- Fred's case: a stimulus