[R-0119] S1. Laws, Policies, Procedures, and Ethical Principles

Citation: Carmack, C. (2012). Six core principles of IDEA. Video. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P–IJkVYItQ [or enter “Carmack 2012 Six core principles of IDEA” in your search window].

Abstract: This 6:35-minute video provides a description of the following six core principles of the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA): zero reject, free appropriate public education (FAPE), least restrictive environment (LRE), nondiscriminatory evaluation, parent and family rights to confidentiality and procedural safeguards.

Integration: The information presented in this video fits well with content presented in the early childhood course Introduction to Early Childhood Education.

Content Focus: Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE); Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA); Introduction to Early Childhood Education; Least Restrictive Environment (LRE); Nondiscriminatory Evaluation; Parent and Family Rights to Confidentiality; Procedural Safeguards.; Zero Reject

Notes: Have students discuss the impact of IDEA’s six core principles on early childhood education. After the discussion, they may want to watch the Prezi: The Law and its Impact on Teachers.