Understanding Diversity and External Diversity Quiz

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What does External Diversity refer to?

Characteristics heavily influenced and controlled by the person

According to Loden (1991), what is the purpose of the Diversity Wheel?

To encourage dialogue and generate new perspectives

Which principle focuses on actively helping others succeed rather than competing?


What is the principle of Responsibility, according to Loden (1996)?

Managing personal behavior to maintain a diversity-positive environment

Which of the following is NOT considered a factor of External Diversity mentioned in the text?

Genetic traits

In what way does the Diversity Wheel contribute to group interactions?

By encouraging people to talk and generate new perspectives

What are the two main categories in which the causes of Intellectual Disability can be classified?

Biological Factors and Environmental Factors

Which of the following is NOT part of the assessment process for Intellectual Disability?

Behavioral Therapy Sessions

Which approach involves providing specially tailored education to individuals with Intellectual Disability?

Early Intervention

What is ADHD characterized by?

Patterns of Inattention, Hyperactivity, and Impulsivity

Which factor can determine the characteristics of ADHD?

The Individual and the Subtype of ADHD

What is one of the strategies listed that can help manage ADHD?

Collaboration and Coordination

What is a key characteristic of evidence-based inclusive schools?

Multidisciplinary collaboration

Which teaching strategies are required in evidence-based inclusive schools?

Multitiered system of support (MTSS) and response to intervention (RTI)

What is the purpose of the Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) mentioned in the text?

Ensure infants and toddlers receive services under IDEA

How can evidence-based inclusive schools benefit all students?

By utilizing general and special education resources

What should be provided to students at risk in evidence-based inclusive schools?

Early intervention services free of traditional labels

How can schools prepare quality professionals to meet the needs of all students?

By supporting multidisciplinary collaboration

What age does Rett's Syndrome usually start to become evident?

6 months old

Which disorder is described as children developing normally but then suddenly regressing around the age of two?

Childhood Disintegrative Disorder

Which type of autism is also known as Classic Autistic Disorder?

Kanner's Syndrome

Which sign is NOT described as a manifestation of autism?

Vaccination complications

What do children with Childhood Disintegrative Disorder typically develop abruptly around the age of two?

Seizure disorder

What is NOT a cause of autism according to the text?


What brain chemical is found in low levels in children with ADHD?


Which area of the brain shows lower metabolism in children with ADHD based on brain imaging studies?

Regions controlling attention and social judgment

Which of the following is not a common assessment or diagnostic tool used in evaluating ADHD?

Blood Test

Which approach is specifically mentioned as a solution for managing ADHD in children?

Parent Training Education

What is the term used to describe atypical learners whose development deviates from the normal progression?


Which domain of development involves changes related to senses, motor movement, size, and strength?

Physical Domain

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