GLOSSARY-- for all classes -- becoming more and more comprehensive AS WE SPEAK (or as you read) (somewhere, poor poor Dr.
Shafer is writing writing writing, her poor poor little fingers just bloody stumps from all this typing just so that you can have definitions
ready for you to use, poor baby.)
Terminology listed alphabetically.
Disability categories and Laws are direct links
to sites for further information.
A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J-K-L   M   N-O   P-Q   R   Sa--So     Sp--Sz    T   
U-V-W-X-Y-Z
CATEGORIES OF SPECIAL EDUCATION (DIRECT LINKS)
Definitions of these categories will be provided in the regular glossary. Please access these web sites for further information.
Law Web Pages:        (These can be found here.)

PL 99-457                
           
Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas

PL 102-119                                 

Diana vs. Board of Education of California                       

PL 94-142                                        

No Child Left Behind, 2001       

PL 101-476                                     

Project Head Start                  

PL 105-17                                        

Section 504

PL 101-336                                      

PL 108-446
Autism
Emotional Disturbance
Deaf-Blindness
Deafness
Hearing Impairment
Intellectual Disability
Multiple Disabilities
Other Health Impairment  
Orthopedic Impairment
Specific Learning Disability
Visual Impairment including Blindness
Speech or Language Impairment
Traumatic Brain Injury  
There must be quite a few things
a hot bath won't cure, but I don't
know many of them. --Sylvia
Plath
Here are the places that I got most of the terms and definitions in my glossary:

For the special education terminology, and etc.:
Children with Disabilities, 6th edition, by Mark L. Batshaw, Louis Pellegrino, and Nancy J. Roizen (2007).
I used an earlier edition of this book
when I was a masters student at the University of Alaska. It was my most favorite book and most marked-in. This updated version is wonderful as well
because there are always new genetic findings for several disorders. THANKS for this book!!!

For the Freudian terminology:
http://www.terrapsych.com/freud.html The terminology on this site is by a guy named Craig Chalquist, MS PhD. He is hilarious. I tried to change
the words to make them my own, but changed my mind because his are perfect. THANKS!! (By the way, click the link and look at this site, fun fun fun)

For most of the Jungian terminology:
http://webspace.ship.edu/cgboer/jung.html. This is a great look at Jung's life and theories by Dr. C. George Boeree. Excellent. Visit.

There is a book of Jungian terminology that is online, you can go there for a comprehensive look at Jung. It is by a guy named Daryl Sharp.
http://psychceu.com/Jung/sharplexicon.html

For the human development stuff:

For the children's literature stuff:

For the early childhood education stuff:  
On this website, here are links:
Autism
Emotional Disturbance
Deaf-Blindness
Deafness
Hearing Impairment
Intellectual Disability
Multiple Disabilities
Orthopedic Impairment
Other Health Impairment
Specific Learning Disability
Visual Impairment, including Blindness
Speech or Language Impairment
Traumatic Brain Injury