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During the four or five periods, when the teachers and instructional aides do not have students assigned to them, they are providing support for their students in the regular education classroom.
The level of support is directly related to two factors: So the support provided by the teacher may be provided daily in the regular education classroom, in the form of helping the student take notes, monitoring behavior, doing a lab activity, etc.
The Rooster Buddies is a student club that was started with the intent of helping students with severe disabilities make the adjustment from a self contained classroom in a county special education school to the relatively unstructured experience of a large high school.
VHS has over 4, students. There are more than 75 non-handicapped students in the club and they work with over 30 students who have disabilities ranging from severe physical handicaps to students with learning disabilities.
At the game there were about 15 students without obvious handicaps and 4 students with visible physical handicaps. From what I saw, the students seemed to work well with each other and actually they were pretty efficient.
At halftime they were really swamped by fans and they worked well.
They actively participated, as much as they could. He had full use of his upper body and was one of two kids taking money. Another student in a wheelchair, who appeared to be afflicted with a more serious handicap perhaps a form of cerebral palsy was using the tray on his chair as a table displaying various cookies.
The purpose of the bake sale was to raise money for a trip to a local amusement park. I thought that this was a good way to entice non-handicapped students to participate in the program.
Another thing that I noticed that I found encouraging was the fact that the students with handicaps were into the game, as fans.
Up until about two minutes before halftime and then again two minutes into the third quarter the physically handicapped students found their way out into the gym and watched the game from right near the student section. They were cheering just like any other students and they were there participating in a big social event.
But after taking this class I think that it is great that those students were. Those games are something that any student would want to be a part of and that includes students with disabilities.
The administrator that I talked to steered me to the bake sale and also told me, via fax, about some of the other functions of the Rooster Buddies. Upper class members of the club are enlisted to attend the pre-school orientation for incoming freshmen and help to ease handicapped students transition before school even starts.
Also, handicapped students are assigned a Rooster Buddy during every lunch period. Rooster Buddies are instructed to bring their handicapped friends to where ever they normally eat.
This simple form of inclusion makes a BIG difference in helping handicapped students assimilate socially a little better. And they still have nothing at my old Catholic high school.
After learning more about the benefits of inclusion during the semester, it was encouraging to see that those benefits were being experienced by students from my hometown, if not my alma-mater. I wonder how my knowledge and perceptions of the handicapped would be different if there had been programs like that when I was in high school.
At least I can rest assure that future students at VHS will not go through school as ignorant about handicapped students as I did.Full text of "ERIC ED Educational Programs That Work, Volume 2: A Catalogue of Demonstration Sites of Successful Educational Programs from Across the U.S., Disseminated through A National Communications Network Sponsored by the U.S.
Office of Education. He began his teaching career in Special Education at Maurice River Township School in , and then moved to Vineland Public Schools in He spent the remainder of his year career at Landis Middle School and Vineland High School.
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In addition, he taught Special Education classes at Memorial School in Vineland from In , he became the Director of Education at the Vineland State School and was promoted to Assistant Superintendent In In , Dave accepted the position of Superintendent of the Woodbridge State School in Woodbridge, New Jersey.
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Vineland High School recently featured a ceremonial But this is a room for all the students at the high school, according to Don Robbins, VHS Director of.