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The college classroom addressing disability and behavior
The College Classroom:Addressing Disability and Behavior

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The college classroom addressing disability and behavior

Welcome

  • Objectives:

    After completing this CBT, you will be able to:

    • Different disability types and accommodations.

    • Appropriate means of communication

    • Identify services

    • Recognize policies

    • Distinguish best practices



Confidentiality and compliance
Confidentiality and Compliance

What you should do:

  • Ask open-ended questions.

  • Use the student’s parents as an additional support system.

What you should not do:

  • Do not ask closed questions.

  • Talk about a student without permission (or without the student present).


Sample forms
Sample Forms

  • Testing Accommodations

  • Assistance with Note Taking

  • Enlarged Print

  • Sign Language Interpretation

  • CART Real Time Captioning

  • Seating Considerations

  • Faculty Notification Form

  • Proctor Form

  • Rehabilitation Act of 1973

  • Section 504 of the Americans with Disabilities Act



Classroom policies accommodations1
Classroom Policies & Accommodations

  • OVER-HELPING IF:

  • Giving more time on assignments.

  • Making accommodation decisions without DSS forms.

  • Giving student a grade he/she do not deserve.

Helping If:

  • Providing DSS approved accommodations.

  • Holding all students to same academic standards.

  • Referring student to DSS when a disability has been disclosed.


Tips for success
Tips for Success

Strategies for Success

  • Recommend students use notecards and/or post-it notes for questions.

  • Outline key points with markers/dry-erase board

  • Drawing charts, diagrams, visual aids

  • Focus on engagement, self-awareness, present-moment thinking

  • Develop a visual cue that encourages appropriate behaviors


Contact information
Contact Information

  • Disability Support Services at 317-921-4982 or

    r8-dss@lists.ivytech.edu

  • Threatening Behavior

    • Contact Security

      • NMC at 317-921-4806

      • LAW at 317-921-4303

  • For persistent and unresolved behavior problems contact

    • Alphonso Atkins, Director Office of Student Conduct at aatkins24@ivytech.eduor 317-921-4669

      Link to DSS website: http://www.ivytech.edu/dss/