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  • FREE Webinar: Supporting Students from the Ground Up – Universal Design to support students with LDs in the Inclusive Classroom

    FREE Webinar: Supporting Students from the Ground Up – Universal Design to support students with LDs in the Inclusive Classroom

    Published March 11, 2019, by LDAOeng               Wednesday, April 10, 2019 3:45 PM - 4:45 PM EDT Presented by: Candide Dovey, B.Ed., M.Ed., Special Education Consultant, Toronto District School Board Click here to register for this webinar About the webinar:  Students with learning disabilities represent the largest portion of students receiving special education support in […] 0 Comments


  • How to Foster a Positive Classroom Environment

    How to Foster a Positive Classroom Environment

    Published February 27, 2019, by LDAOeng According to the discussion document, Ontario’s Well-Being Strategy for Education (2016), “well-being is a positive sense of self, spirit and belonging that we feel when our cognitive, emotional, social and physical needs are being met” (p. 3). Well-being is fundamental to overall student success. 0 Comments


  • VIDEO! Thinking Thursdays: Encouraging Critical Thinking in Math

    VIDEO! Thinking Thursdays: Encouraging Critical Thinking in Math

    Published August 31, 2018, by LDAOeng Thinking Thursday, an initiative of St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Elementary School at the York Catholic District School Board’s school improvement plan, is a day dedicated to mathematics and mathematical thinking. Every Thursday, classes work on different open-ended math questions that promote collaborative communication, creative processes and critical thinking to problem-solve. 0 Comments


  • Beyond the Basics:  Other Elements of an Effective IEP for Students with LDs

    Beyond the Basics: Other Elements of an Effective IEP for Students with LDs

    Published August 31, 2018, by LDAOeng In Ontario, a student who has been identified as Exceptional through an IPRC must have an Individual Education Plan (IEP) developed and maintained. An IEP may also be prepared for students who require accommodations, program modifications and/or alternative programs, but who have not been identified as exceptional by an IPRC. 0 Comments


  • Learning Disabilities Awareness Month Posters

    Published August 29, 2018, by LDAOeng October is Learning Disabilities Awareness Month (#LDmonth)! We’ve designed two posters that that you can download and print to use in your school or classroom, share with students, parents, and your community. Thumbnails of the posters can be viewed below with downloadable links available directly below each poster.               […] 0 Comments


  • VIDEO: Supporting Students with LDs in a Comprehensive Math Program

    VIDEO: Supporting Students with LDs in a Comprehensive Math Program

    Published July 30, 2018, by LDAOeng This video provides viewers with the opportunity to explore how the York Region District School Board created a comprehensive math program to support and enhance the math outcomes for all students, including students with LDs that includes the environment, the learner and the learning experience. 0 Comments


  • VIDEO: Supporting Struggling Readers: How School Leaders Contribute to Effective Reading Programs

    VIDEO: Supporting Struggling Readers: How School Leaders Contribute to Effective Reading Programs

    Published July 30, 2018, by LDAOeng This video provides viewers with the opportunity to develop an understanding of the key role school administrators play in determining effective reading programs for students with LDs in the area of reading. 0 Comments


  • How should I organize my classroom library to make it accessible to all students?

    How should I organize my classroom library to make it accessible to all students?

    Published July 19, 2018, by LDAOeng Why have a classroom library? Research has shown that classroom libraries improve both the reading skills and motivation of students to read (Allington, 2012; National Council of Teachers of English, 2017; Neuman, 2016). Classroom libraries provide easy access to books and the classroom library may be the main source of reading materials for children from […] 0 Comments


  • Activated Learning for Students with Learning Disabilities: A Mainstream, Whole-Class, Executive Function Intervention that is Necessary for Some and Good for All

    Activated Learning for Students with Learning Disabilities: A Mainstream, Whole-Class, Executive Function Intervention that is Necessary for Some and Good for All

    Published July 9, 2018, by LDAOeng “Activated Learning” (AL), also called the “EFs2theRescue Pedagogy” in Guare and Dawson’s 3rd edition of Executive Skills in Children and Adolescents, is an adaptive executive function (EF) intervention that aims to facilitate high-impact teaching and learning that is necessary for some and good for all in typical classrooms. AL is a self-regulated learning pedagogy that, among other benefits, allows teachers to support students with learning disabilities (LDs) as part of their everyday teaching. It was developed in 2014 by a special education teacher (the author) and has been championed by hundreds of educators in several school boards in Canada, the U.S. and the U.K. 0 Comments


  • Strategies and Structures to Support Independent Reading in Students with Learning Disabilities

    Strategies and Structures to Support Independent Reading in Students with Learning Disabilities

    Published July 6, 2018, by LDAOeng Independent reading provides students with an opportunity to practice the decoding and comprehension strategies and skills learned during class time on self-selected materials.  Not only does independent reading provide additional practice time for students, but it also fosters independence (Johnson & Keire, 2010).  TeachHub (n.d.) cites independent reading as the opportunity for students to “dive […] 0 Comments


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