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  1. As students face new situations, their need for additional strategies increases. Recognizing what accommodations are available, and when each is most appropriate, is a skill that empowers students. Grade 7 - 9 students in this twelve-week foundation program will have the opportunity to:
  2. The benefits of yoga are far reaching. It is a form of mindfulness, which research suggests helps build our ability to concentrate and focus, stay calm even when adversity strikes, think flexibly, and remember.
  3. This workshop will focus on non-fiction writing.Students will work collaboratively with peers to develop their skills as writers.Participants will use their assistive technology to organize their thoughts and write sentences or paragraphs about given topics.Lessons will include effective introductions, descriptive language, and conclusions.Strategies for proofreading and editing for errors will be embedded throughout the workshop. Areas of ECC:
  4. Planning, organizing and designing the classroom space is foundational and one of the many ways that teachers engage learners. How about Deaf or hard of hearing students? How can we set up spaces that are welcoming and accessible for all students, including those who are Deaf or hard of hearing? Join APSEA itinerant teachers, Hannah Wade and Joan Fillmore who are specialists in the field, as they walk through some ways you can work towards more accessible classrooms.
  5. There are many interesting jobs that people do each day. You only have to spend a little time looking and listening in your neighbourhood to discover what some of those jobs are.
  6. The Atlantic Provinces Special Education Authority (APSEA) is an interprovincial co-operative agency established in 1975 by joint agreement among the Ministers of Education of New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island.
  7. When I tell people I’m Deaf, some of them behave like a deer in headlights – freeze, don’t move! But why? Students are invited to experience the perspectives of people who identify and communicate in various ways – Deaf, hard of hearing, ASL user, lipreader, English speaker, cochlear implant user and, of course, those confusing hearing people! We’ll discuss our thoughts in a safe, friendly environment, ask questions, and share our experiences.
  8. Video Transcript (upbeat music) - [Narrator] Hello everybody, now I'm going to teach you some signs from the story Where The Wild Things Are, are you ready?
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  10. Video Script Hi, John again. In this video, we will be talking about where you should go to find awards. Where do I find this magic, free money?
Serving Children & Youth Who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing/Blind or Visually Impaired