Teaching for the Prevention of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Grades 1 – 12: A Resource for Teachers of Health and Life Skills, and Career and Life Management
...required!). Comments POPFASD has not used this program in the classroom – if you know of anyone who has used this, please invite the person to “post a comment”. Order Hard copy: The Learning Resources Centre, $12.85; ISBN 9780778513445; ISBN – 10: 0778513440; online order #46747; see...
HIV/AIDS Prevention Resources for Educators: Reaching Students With Special Learning Needs
...of people with disabilities through our direct services, community partnerships, advocacy, research and publications. Contents a number of downloadable resources available, such as: Money and Income Supports Health and Wellness many resources listed Download PDF 2007-08fallwint.pdf via...
...provincial resource program. Their site is designed to help teachers, parents and para-professionals access information about autism spectrum disorders. The website includes resources, a list of workshop opportunities, a list of services, a blog and several excellent eLearning modules. Many of...
What Educators Need to Know About FASD: Working Together to Educate Children in Manitoba with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
...FASD Prevention: provides a listing of resources for educating students about FASD Appendices and Resources Comments Adapted from Teaching Students with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome/Effects: A Resource Guide for Teachers (B.C. Ministry of Education). Many strategies, case study type stories....
Accessible Resource Centre – British Columbia
...format alternatives to print in BC classrooms. The goal of ARC-BC is to provide BC students with perceptual disabilities and the educators supporting them with high quality digital alternate format materials based on the BC K-12 curriculum.
Executive Skills in Children and Adolescents: A Practical Guide to Assessment and Intervention (2nd Edition)
A practical resource for educators that inlcudes information about executuve function skills, assessment ideas, and intervention at the level of the environment, the individual student, and the whole classroom. The resource provides several reproducible assessment tools, checklists, and planning...
Making the Right Choices: A Grade 5 – 8 Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Prevention Curriculum
...masters teacher-friendly advice resources, strategies, glossary and letter to parents several of the lessons are based on differentiated instruction techniques in Manitoba, suggested use is a thematic unit as part of the English Language Arts Curriculum or PE/Health...
Teaching to Diversity
...receive Special Education, Learning Assistance or ESL services provide teachers with access to information about teaching to diversity provide resources that can be used by teachers to further their professional development provides information, resources, strategies, contacts, etc.
Tough Kids and Substance Abuse: a drug awareness program for children with ARND, FAS, FAE and cognitive disabilities
...a new drug awareness program that provides educators and other youth community professionals with practical strategies related to educating this group of youth about alcohol, inhalant and other drug issues. The resource book is divided into four units: Where Do We Begin? Assessing...
Brain Facts: A Primer on the Brain and Nervous System
Designed for a lay audience as an introduction to neuroscience, Brain Facts is also a valuable educational resource used by high school teachers and students. The 2008 edition updates all sections and includes new information on brain development, learning and memory, language, neurological and psyc
Family Life and Sexual Health Curriculum (F.L.A.S.H.)
Contents Divided into K – 4; 4 – 6; 7 – 8; 9 – 10; 11 – 12; Special Education: Secondary Lesson plans Addresses such issues as physical development, promotion of sexual health, prevention of disease, affection, interpersonal relationships, body image and gender roles Comments Revisions beg
Making a Difference: An Educator's Guide to Child and Youth Mental Health Problems
The Making a Difference guide is a 92 page resource that consists of 4-8 page sections on different of mental health issues (i.e., anxiety, attention problems, mood disorders, behaviour problems, eating disorders, self-harm, psychosis and substance use issues). The guide outlines the importance of m
Making Space: Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice Throughout the K – 12 Curriculum
...Grades 11 – 12; Appendices (includes Learning Resources, Selected Web Sites, Glossary) Each grade cluster includes curriculum connections to subject areas, sample lesson plans and suggestions for using existing curriculum based materials Comments Manual format. Target group is educators in the...
Re: defining Success: A team approach to supporting students with FASD
Contents Organized into chapters called "Actions". Some of the Action titles are: "Help school staff build an understanding of FASD", "Support positive behaviour", and "Support learning at home" Also has chapters called "Tools". Some of the Tools titles are: "Answering Basic Questions About FASD", "
Reach to Teach: Educating Elementary and Middle School Children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
...Teach: Applying Successful Strategies References Resources Two case studies are used throughout to exemplify issues and applications of strategies. The information is presented in simple and direct user-friendly language – very easy to read, comprehend and apply. Suitable for parents and...
Teaching Students with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome/Effects: A Resource Guide for Teachers
Contents overview of FAS understanding the needs (divided into various sections such as): attentional difficulties social skills motor skills reading and writing ...and much more... developing an Individual Education Plan appendices, checklists, supplemental information Comments Needs updating (1996
You Can Do It Too
Contents In comic book format, tells the story of two children with FASD. One understands what it means to have FASD and shares what strategies work for her at school and at home; the latter does not understand FASD and has no strategies in place to help with his frustration. The former explains FAS
Developing the IEP (Part 5) - Implementing
Explains how to implement the Individual Education Plan. Implementing the plan involves putting accommodations and resources that reflect the individual strengths and needs into place. Part 5 of 9.
Elementary Student Interview Form
Comments A great way to collect information about student that may help the planning process. The information gained by using this form provides information that will help educators establish stronger connnections with their students. Downloads [PDF Elementary Student Interview Form](https://static
So You Have Been Diganosed with FASD Now What? – A handbook of hopeful strategies for youth and young adults
Content The goal of this handbook is to help young people with FASD learn more about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). It also offers strategies that those with FASD can use to better understand themselves, improve relationships, manage feelings, do better in school and live a healthy life. In