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Library Wizards- Bringing the Magic Alive for Students with Developmental Disabilities in the Elementary School Library. Presenters: Lisa Mast (Teacher-Librarian, Bloorview School Authority) Joanne Parum (Teacher-Librarian, Beverley School, TDSB). Ice Breaker:. Find a partner

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Library Wizards- Bringing the Magic Alive for Students with Developmental Disabilities in the Elementary School Library

Presenters:

Lisa Mast (Teacher-Librarian, Bloorview School Authority)

Joanne Parum (Teacher-Librarian, Beverley School, TDSB)


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Ice Breaker: Developmental Disabilities in the Elementary School Library

  • Find a partner

  • Put an oven mitt on your non-dominant hand

  • Write your name and one fact about yourself on a piece of paper.

  • Switch papers with your partner and read his or her fact.

  • Discuss with a partner- How did this activity make you feel? How difficult was it? Were you able to read your partner’s fact?


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Joanne Parum Developmental Disabilities in the Elementary School Library

  • Teacher-Librarian at Beverley Junior Public School, Toronto District School Board

  • Has worked at Beverley for 11 years.

  • Beverley School: students with developmental disabilities in a congregated setting, ranging from students with autism to students who are medically fragile.

  • Contact information:

    Email: [email protected]

    School Phone: 416 397-2750


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Lisa Mast Developmental Disabilities in the Elementary School Library

  • Teacher-Librarian at Bloorview School Authority (on secondment from TDSB)

  • Bloorview School is a Section 68 school

  • Has worked at Bloorview for 3 years

  • Programs at Bloorview School:

    • IET (Integrated Education and Therapy): students attend Bloorview JK, SK, Grade 1

    • IKP (Integrated Kindergarten Program): OISE, half of the students have a disability and the other half do not.

    • Social Communication Class: students with autism

    • Resource Classrooms (Grade 1 to 12) with a variety of programs (e.g., Acquired Brain Injury, Complex Continuing Care, Respite Care) Students attend Bloorview School while receiving rehabilitation due to illness, injury, surgery. Most students are inpatients.

  • Contact information

    Email: [email protected]

    School Phone: 416 424-3855, ext. 3553


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Our Library Routines Developmental Disabilities in the Elementary School Library

Suggestions:

  • Use a visual schedule (e.g., Picture Communication Symbols, photos)

  • Have a consistent library routine for students (e.g., start with library poem or song)

  • Encourage active participation

  • Give students an opportunity to choose books


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Storytelling with Props Developmental Disabilities in the Elementary School Library

Suggestions:

  • Be creative, make your own props (e.g., garage sales, dollar store, draw your own)

  • Look through school catalogues for pre-made props to go with popular stories

  • Add Picture Communication Symbols to favourite stories (don’t be afraid to alter books to suit the needs of your students)


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Using Technology Developmental Disabilities in the Elementary School Library

Suggestions:

Encourage your students to become involved in the library program.

  • Step-by-step voice output device: use to record multiple lines in stories, poems, songs

  • BIGmack: use to record a repetitive line in the story

  • Adapted mouse: assists students with physical limitations to access computer activities

  • Powerlink: assists students with physical limitations to operate anything electronic. (e.g., tape recorder, fan, radio, blender, popcorn maker)

  • Promethean Board: an interactive white board that helps the teacher bring stories to life, use computer programs together as a group and other fun educational activities. Students enjoy using the board too!


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Positive Pathways- Phase 1 Developmental Disabilities in the Elementary School Library

IEP Goal: To develop early literacy skills




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Curriculum and Assessment Disorders

Suggestions:

  • Positive Pathways Document is a valuable resource for setting realistic goals and assessing students with developmental disabilities

  • Possibly add goals to student IEPs (see sample)

  • Make your own rubrics (see samples)


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Great website to use with Switches: Disorders

www.kiddiesgames.com

  • Variety of simple games, favourites being the alphabet and musical clang

    www.priorywoods.middlesbrough.sch.uk

  • School in the UK for students with special needs

  • Variety of resources, including switch activities

    www.notherngrid.org/sen/NetSwitch/index.htm

  • Variety of simple pattern and activities (a favourite of many students)

    www.webview.co.nz/index.htm

  • Free registration to download 3 switch games (Levelgames.net)

    www.helpkidzlearn.com

  • Access to games and stories (varying difficulty)


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Bibliography (page 1): Disorders Teacher Resources

Donnelly, Connie. 1992. The Art of Language. The Metropolitan School Board.

Erickson, K. and Koppenhaver, D. 2007. Children with Disabilities: Reading and Writing the Four-Blocks Way. Greenboro, NC: Carson-Dellosa Publishing Company Inc.

ISBN #978-1-60022-125-5

Gould, P. and Sullivan, J. 1999. The Inclusive Early Childhood Classroom: Easy Ways to Adapt Learning Centers for All Children. Beltsville, MD: Gryphon House Inc.

ISBN#0-87659-203-5

Hughes, S. 2000. Positive Pathways: Curriculum for Students with Developmental Disabilities. Peel District School Board.

ISBN# 1-55038-187-3

Isbell, C. and Isbell, R. 2005. The Inclusive Learning Center Book for Preschool Children with Special Needs. Beltsville, MD: Gryphon House Inc.

ISBN#0-87659-294-9

Kelly, J. and Friend, T. 2003. Hands-on Reading. Solana Beach, CA: Mayer-Johnson, Inc.

ISBN# 1-884135-0604


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Bibliography (page 2): Disorders Teacher Resources

Kelly, J. and Friend, T. 1999. Hands-on Reading Classroom Classics. Solana Beach, CA: Mayer-Johnson Co.

ISBN# 1-884135-45-5

Logan Oelwein, P. 1995. Teaching Reading to Children with Down Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Teachers. Bethesda, MD: Woodbine House.

ISBN#0-933149-55-7

Musslewhite, C. and King-DeBaun, P. 1997. Emergent Literacy Success: Merging Technology and Whole Language for Students with Disabilities. Park City, UT: Creative Publishing.

ISBN#0-9628290-1-3

Schwartz, E. 2006. Lessons From Jacob: A Disabled Son Teaches His Mother About Courage, Hope and the Joy of Living Each Day to the Fullest. Toronto, ON: Key Porter Books.

ISBN#1-55263-850-2

Spencer, G. Recipes for Reading: Hands-On, Literature-Based Cooking Activities. Worthington, Ohio: Linworth Publishing Inc.

ISBN#1-58683-101-1

Turrell, L. The Complete Library Skills (Grades K-2), Grand Rapids Michigan: McGraw Hill Children’s Publishing.

ISBN#0-513-02209-0 (Leo the Library Mouse)


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Bibliography (page 3) Disorders Children’s books shown today by Joanne

1. If You Give a Pig a Pancake

By Laura Numeroff

ISBN#0-06-026686-4

2. Miss Bindergarten Celebrates the 100th day of Kindergarten

By Joseph Slate

ISBN# 0-439-06512-7

3. The First Day of Winter

By Denise Fleming

ISBN# 0-8050-7384-1

4. Something From Nothing

By Phoebe Gilman

ISBN# 0-7791-1370-5

5. The Snowman Storybook

By Raymond Briggs

ISBN# 0-679-80840-X

6. Hands-On Alphabet Book

By the Tactile Section CNIB National Library Division

ISBN# 0-921122-00-4

7. My Five Senses

By Aliki

ISBN#0-06-445083-X

8. Here Are My Hands

By Bill Martin Jr and John Archambault

ISBN#0-8050-5911-3 (board book)

9. Penguins: Unusual Birds

By: John St. Denis

ISBN#0-13-044701-3


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Bibliography (page 4) Disorders Children’s books shown today by Lisa

1. There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat

By Lucille Colandro

ISBN# 0-439-73766-4

2. I Like Myself!

By Karen Beaumont

ISBN# 0-439-79905-8

3. The Scarecrows Clothes

www.enchantedlearning.com

4. Noisy Noises on the Farm

By Julie Lacome

ISBN# 0-7445-2336-2

5. Rolling Along with Goldilocks and the Three Bears

By Cindy Meyers

ISBN# 1-890627-12-7

6. Five Ugly Monsters

By Tedd Arnold

ISBN# 0-590-22764-5

7. A Cold and Snowy Day

By Beth E. Breakstone

ISBN#1-893467-02-3

An interactive book- Mayer-Johnson

8. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

By Bill Martin Jr and John Archambault

ISBN# 0-689-83568-X

9. The Very Hungry Caterpillar

By: Eric Carle

ISBN#0-399-20853-4

10. Dora’s Thanksgiving

Adapted By: Sarah Wilson

ISBN: 0-689-85842-6


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