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Back-To-School Night Primary Learning Support September 24 th , 2013. Mrs. Lauren Malloy.

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what is learning support

The delivery of Learning Support Services is based on the individual needs of each student as determined by the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) Team. The IEP Team, consisting (minimally) of the classroom teacher, learning support teacher, parents, and a local education agency representative, shares the responsibility for implementing the IEP for each student.

What is Learning Support?
where are students instructed

For students who are able to make meaningful progress toward their individualized goals within the general education setting, Learning Support Services may consist of consultation with classroom teachers to provide necessary accommodations and monitor student progress.

Where are students instructed?
where are students instructed1

Students who require specially designed instruction within a small group setting to make meaningful progress receive the services addressing their area(s) of need (reading, writing, math) in a learning support classroom.

Where are students instructed?
how do i know where my child is being instructed and the level of support

The level of student need determines the level of support to be provided.

  • Please check your child’s IEP under section VI. Educational Placement
How do I know where my child is being instructed and the level of support?
about the teacher

Millersville University: B.S. in Elementary & Special Education (2005)

  • Delaware Valley College: M. Ed. in Curriculum Instruction & Technology (2010)
  • Cabrini College: Reading Specialist Certification (2013)
  • Jamison Elementary: 8 years
About the Teacher

Decoding instruction via Multisensory Reading Instruction (MRI) or Reading Mastery

  • Comprehension strategy instruction via Comprehension Tool Kit and small group guided reading lessons
  • Sight word instruction
  • Independent Reading and Reading Stamina Skills
  • Metacognitive skills-leaving tracks of thinking-Reading responses
language arts

Explicit instruction in sentence structure

  • Teaching of writing craft and grammar through mentor texts
  • Use of Four Square Writing Method to help with organization of ideas
  • Spelling instruction
Language Arts

Saxon Math Program-Levels 1 and 2

  • Components of a Saxon Lesson:
    • Math Meeting
    • Fact Practice
    • New Learning
    • Guided Practice
    • Homework

Approximately 10 minutes per grade level (ex. 2nd grade= 20 minutes of homework)

  • Spelling-Words of the Week
    • Words are copied in the homework book on Monday
    • Words are rule based
    • Practiced in class and for homework
    • Spelling test Friday


    • Independent reading in a “Just Right Book”
    • MRI Code and Read Sheet
    • Sight Word Practice
  • Math
    • Saxon Fact Practice-Side B
    • Saxon Guided Practice-Side B

Weekly updates on my Teacher Site

  • Monthly Newsletters posted on my Teacher Site
  • Friday Folder
  • Notes in Homework Book
  • Please feel free to call or e-mail me at any time. I will return your call or e-mail within 48 hours.
iep s

Each student will have an annual IEP Meeting

  • Meetings are scheduled in advance to help avoid conflicts and maintain compliance
  • Progress reports on IEP goals and objectives are sent home every 9 weeks
  • As part of the monthly newsletters, each section of the IEP is explained in detail
before you leave

Please complete the Parent Contact Information Sheet

  • Friendly Reminder: Complete the Special Education Survey
  • Progress Report Letter
  • IEP Date/Time Scheduling Form
  • Please utilize the CBSD Student Service Page
Before You Leave…

Thank you for coming!

  • I look forward to working with your child
  • Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns