Unlocking Potential: Key Components of Programming for Students with Learning Disabilities, 2003
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This resource provides concise information to assist classroom teachers, resource personnel and administrators in developing and monitoring programming for students with learning disabilities. The key components of programming described in this resource are based on research and best practices in the education of students with learning disabilities. Sample outcomes are provided for each key component. Key issues and strategies are highlighted. Connections to other Alberta Learning resources are provided to facilitate access to more in-depth information. The bibliography includes additional resources and the appendices provide complementary checklists and teaching tools.
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Unlocking Potential by sections:
Front Cover (35 kb)
Title Page, Publication Date, Table of Contents (pp. i-ii), Acknowledgements (pp. iii-iv) and Introduction (pp. 1-4) (162 kb)
Key 1: Collaboration, pp. 5–10 (115 kb)
Key 2: Meaningful Parent Involvement, pp. 11-16 (138 kb)
Key 3: Identification and Assessment, pp. 17-22 (135 kb)
Key 4: Ongoing Assessment, pp. 23–28 (136 kb)
Key 5: Individualized Program Plans (IPPs), pp. 29–34 (133 kb)
Key 6: Transition Planning, pp. 35–40 (153 kb)
Key 7: Self-advocacy, pp. 41-46 (134 kb)
Key 8: Accommodations, pp. 47–52 (154 kb)
Key 9: Instruction, pp. 53–72 (179 kb)
Appendices (pp. 73-106), Bibliography (pp. 107-118) and Feedback (p. 119) (451 kb)