When children without disabilities are brought into the special education classroom or a therapy session for a specified period of time. Professional use reverse mainstreaming to increase the contact between disabled children in special education settings and their more typical peers.
A classroom arrangement where a child with special needs receives all of their educational needs within the normal curriculum. In order to make full inclusion possible, a special education teacher will often work side by side with the traditional education teacher to help them fully implement the IEP goals.
A term for when an individual with significant mental disabilities exhibits extremely high capabilities on a narrow topic. Examples include autistic individuals with exceptional math capabilities or individuals diagnosed with schizophrenia who are talented artists.