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GROUP CLASSES AS AN EFFECTIVE WAY TO FIT IN MORE ECC. CTEBVI CONFERENCE 2012 BRIDGING THE GAP March 15-18, 2012. Fitting in the ECC. The National Agenda: Expanded Core Curriculum Review and acknowledge the problems of implementing the ECC Specific group classes. The National Agenda.

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GROUP CLASSES

AS AN EFFECTIVE WAY TO FIT IN MORE ECC

CTEBVI CONFERENCE 2012

BRIDGING THE GAP

March 15-18, 2012


Fitting in the ECC

  • The National Agenda: Expanded Core Curriculum

  • Review and acknowledge the problems of implementing the ECC

  • Specific group classes


The National Agenda

Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC)


1. COMPENSATORY OR FUNCTIONAL ACADEMIC SKILLS, INCLUDING COMMUNICATION MODES

2. ORIENTATION AND MOBILITY

3. SOCIAL INTERACTION SKILLS

4. INDEPENDENT LIVING SKILLS

5. RECREATION AND LEISURE SKILLS

6. CAREER EDUCATION

7. USE OF ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY

8. SENSORY EFFICIENCY SKILLS

9. SELF-DETERMINATION


THE PROBLEMS IMPLEMENTING THE ECC

  • The ECC has not been fully accepted


MORE OF THE PROBLEMSIMPLEMENTING THE ECC

  • Children in inclusive & mainstreamed settings do not have the time

  • Teachers & administrators are unaware of ECC needs

  • Parents are unaware of ECC needs

  • Personnel preparation is inadequate

  • Teachers may not only lack the skills, they do not have the time or the resources


GROUP CLASSES ONE SOLUTION

  • Assessment

  • Hatlen Center Groups


GENERAL TIPS

Dynamics

Relate

INTERACT

Activities

Games

Role Play


Guest speakers

GENERAL TIPS


GENERAL TIPS

FOOD


  • Safety

  • Orientation and Mobility

  • Living Skills

  • Social Skills

  • Recreation

  • Financial Management

SPECIFIC GROUP CLASSES


  • Earthquake Safety*

  • Fire Safety*

  • First Aid*

  • Food Safety*

  • Kitchen Safety*

  • Self Defense*

  • Internet Safety*

SAFETY


  • Address System Class*

  • Adverse Weather Travel*

  • Group Travel*

  • Cane Class*

  • Missed Bus Stop Strategies*

  • Dog Guide Class*

  • Advocacy and Environmental Access*

ORIENTATION & MOBILITY


  • Household Hints

  • Organization Systems

  • Healthy Snacks*

  • Formal Dining

  • Cleaning Products*

  • Pot Lucks: Peach Pigout, Thanksgiving

  • Farmer’s Market

LIVING SKILLS


IT’S TIME FOR

AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION


  • Non-Verbal Communication*

  • The Art of Conversation*

  • Assertiveness*

  • Parties*

  • General Etiquette

  • Gratitude*

  • Sex Ed: Planned Parenthood

  • Holiday Party joke gift/white elephant gift

SOCIAL SKILLS


  • Knitting

  • Walking

  • Trip to San Francisco

  • Recreation Ideas

  • Night Activities: Games, movies, jokes, music appreciation, music jam, improvisation night

  • Community Activities

RECREATION


  • College Success*

  • Jobs and Careers

  • Housing*

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT


IT’S TIME FOR

AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION


If you or someone you know would like more information about The Hatlen Center, please contact us at:

Phone: (510) 234-4984

Email: pmaffei@hcblind.org

TO GET FREE CURRICULA

www.hcblind.org

click on CTEBVI 2012


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