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Communication

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The physical aspect of computers, tablets, telecommunications, video, audio and other devices
Hardware
SMARTboard
Promethean
Projection Devices
ELMO
Computers
Tablets
Keyboard
Headphones
Communication
Communication
Technology
Web Tool / Mobile App
Web tools and Mobile Apps
http://learninginhand.com/blog/show-what-you-know-using-web-mobile-apps-infographic.html

Textbook
Bennett, Sheila, Don Dwaret & Ken Waber. Special Education in Ontario Schools. Seventh Edition. Highlan Press, 2013.

Outline of Services and Resources for York Region
http://www.yrdsb.ca/Programs/SpecEd/Pages/default.aspx
http://www.yrdsb.ca/Programs/SpecEd/Pages/Resources.aspx

SEAC
- Special Education Advisory Committee York Region

Special Education Resource Guide: YCDSB
http://www.ycdsb.ca/departments/InstructionalServices/StudentServices/default.htm

TDSB - Primary Special Education Programs
http://www.tdsb.on.ca/ElementarySchool/SpecialEducation/Programs.aspx

TDSB - Secondary Special Education Programs
http://www.tdsb.on.ca/HighSchool/SpecialEducation/Programs.aspx

TDSB - Assistive Technology
http://www.tdsb.on.ca/ElementarySchool/SpecialEducation/AssistiveTechnology/SoftwareandResources.aspx
Resources
Visual forms of communication used by the teacher or student
Allow the teacher to provide information to students in a manner easier for them to receive, process and/or express
Allows students with various exceptionalities to communicate using visual imagery
Visual
Oral forms of communication used by the teacher or student
Allow the teacher to provide information to students in a manner easier for them to receive, process and/or express
Assists students with various exceptionalities to communicate orally
Oral
Written forms of communication used by the teacher or student
Allow teacher to provide information to students in a manner easier for them to receive, process and/or express
Allows students with various exceptionalities to communicate in writing
Written
a prominent form of communication used primarily amongst the culturally-Deaf community
consist on a combination of "symbolic gestures produced by the shape, location, and movement of the hands." (Special Education 213)
is made up of the use of body language, facial expressions to enhance meaning (Special Education 213
an increase notice in students with Autism and students who are Deaf-blind with some form of vision are using sign language as a form of communication
American Sign Language
Raz-Kids
interactive e-books for children grades SK-5
students can read, listen to, and record themselves reading
easily accessible and allows teachers to track their student's progress and to determine student's strengths and needs of improvements
Picture Exchange Communication System

a form of an alternative and augmentative communication system used in place for fluent speech
pictures are used to create communication of the student with another showing what they want or may need
Exceptionality commonly used with: ASDs
(Special Education, 185)
BitsBoard
helps develop reading, listening, speaking, and communication skills
customized to meet the learning needs of various exceptional students
all of the games are accessible for users with exceptionalities
include an audio-text, and "increase contrast" to make fonts bigger
Technology used to communicate, ranging from assistive devices for specific exceptionalities to Mobile apps and Interactive Technology

Assistive Devices
FM System
Hearing Aids
Cochlear Implant(s) (CI)
Audio Players and Recorders

speak clearly, slowly and without turning your back to the student
strategic seating (quiet area away from door)
provide students with different ways to respond (blabberize.com - web tool)
give step-by-step instructions, and if appropriate have the student repeat them back
appropriate wait times for student responses
repeat directions and check to see if students understand
small groups or partner discussions
Closed-Captioning
Audiobooks
Oral Assessment
Support Staff
Things a teacher can do or provide:
Behaviour
Communication
Autism
Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Language Impairment
Speech Impairment
Learning Disability
Note Takers
Interpreters
Librarian
Educational Assistants
Student Resource Centres
Student Support Centre Staff
Psychologist
Social Workers

Physical forms of communication used by the teacher or student
Allow teacher to provide information to students in a manner easier for them to receive, process and/or express
Allows students with various exceptionalities to express themselves using a physical form of communication
Physical
provide handouts in large-print text
incorporate gestures into read alouds
give a signal that alerts students that an important point is being made
use technology to enlarge picturebooks, or add contrast to text
Embrace a culturally relevant pedagogy in planning and delivering lessons (i.e. Hip Hop Pedagogy)
Be animated when delivering a lesson
Incorporate drama into lessons
Incorporate movement into lessons
Things a teacher can do or provide:
provide students with different ways to respond (Dragon Naturally Speaking - speech to text software)
provide clearly broken down written instructions and success criteria
arrange for a classmate to share notes with the student
have the student read and become familiar with written material before it is covered in class
highlight key words and ideas on worksheets or handouts
provide wide lined paper for students who make large letters, graph paper to help with space between letters and words
provide graphic organizer that can be completed during lesson to capture key points in lesson
Things a teacher can do or provide:
Beneficial for students who are Deaf and hard of hearing as a visual form of communication of video clips shown in class or independently
allows students to participate during class discussions and feel a sense of inclusiveness
https://www.raz-kids.com/
Things a teacher can do or provide:
provide different ways to respond (pixton.com - web tool to build comic strip)
adjust the computer and monitor setting according to the needs of the student
Speech to Text Technology
Braille
Note Takers
Descriptive Video

"Voice Over" function on computers
App
various apps and web tools that can be used to enhance communication with exceptional students
Intellectual
Giftedness
Mild Intellectual Disability
Developmental Disability
Physical
Physical Disability
Blind and Low Vision
Things a teacher can do or provide:
Noise Cancelling Headphones
Manipulatives
The Conundrum
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