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· Derman-Sparks, L., & Olsen Edwards, J. (2010). Anti-bias education for young children and ourselves. Washington, DC: National Association for the education of Young Children.

o Chapter 10, “Learning About Different Abilities & Fairness” (pp. 125–134)

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Disability: A Deficit or a Difference?

School settings, in particular, might be challenging for children and adolescents with a disability. However, whether a disability is considered a deficit or a difference could affect the presence and types of interventions and accommodations available, as well as how the individual is treated by others.

To prepare:

· Review the Akhtar & Jaswal (2013) article from the Week 1 Learning Resources. Consider how a disability could be considered a deficit or a difference in terms of developmental trajectories and individual outcomes.

· Read/view this week’s Learning Resources.

· Think about possible strategies to counteract those who may view disabilities as a deficit.

Post by Day 3: 

Explain how a disability in childhood or adolescence could be considered a deficit or a difference in terms of developmental trajectory. Provide evidence from scholarly sources to support your conclusion.

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