Watch the video below: Dear Teacher: Heartfelt Advice for Teachers from Students. After watching the video on what it is like to experience the world as a student with a learning disability, create an informational pamphlet for regular education classroom teachers that will assist them in understanding the special needs of the students in their classrooms.
See Appendix B for specific details and scoring rubric.
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Use the Internet and other resources to create an informational pamphlet for regular classroom
teachers that will assist them in understanding their special needs students. Your pamphlet must
address a minimum of 4 distinct areas of learning disabilities/challenges faced by students.
Some possible resources:
· The National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities at
· LD OnLine at www.ldonline.org
· NICHCY: A Student’s Guide to the IEP, 2nd Edition at
· Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice http://cecp.air.org/
· Children’s Defense Fund www.childrensdefense.org
· Circle of Inclusion www.circleofinclusion.org
· The Division for Early Childhood: Useful Links www.dec-sped.org
· Employment Support Institute www.vcu.edu/busweb/esi
· Inclusion.com www.inclusion.com
· Institute for Child Health Policy www.ichp.edu
· Job Accommodation Network www.janweb.icdi.wvu.edu
· National Center for Research in Vocational Education vocserve.berkeley.edu
· National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities www.nichcy.org
· The National Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center (NECTAC) www.nectac.org
Information to include in your brochure (checklist for EACH disability addressed):
The characteristics of the disability, and how the child with the disability views the
learning situations in a classroom
Recommended classroom management techniques
Instructional accommodations and/or pedagogical approaches, etc.
Additional resources the educator may wish to consult for further information (minimum
of 3 per disability)
Pamphlet is visually appealing with appropriate and well-designed used of graphics and
Include information you think an educator may want/need to know about dealing with a
classroom full of students with differing needs. Remember to present the information in readerfriendly
language (i.e., avoid educational “jargon”).