Apoyos excepcionales para estudiantes

Todos los estudiantes necesitan y merecen una educación de calidad que incluya altas expectativas, instrucción rigurosa, entornos inclusivos y acceso equitativo a las oportunidades. El equipo de Servicios de apoyo para estudiantes excepcionales en Collegiate Hall brinda a nuestros estudiantes excepcionales apoyos y recursos individualizados para crear caminos para el éxito de los estudiantes en la universidad, las carreras y la vida.

Recursos para necesidades excepcionales

LEGAL + ADVOCACY RESOURCES

◉ Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services


Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services expands opportunities for employment, independent life and economic self-sufficiency by helping Oklahomans with disabilities bridge barriers to success in the workplace, school and at home. Learn more at http://www.okrehab.org/




◉ Oklahoma Disability Law Center


Oklahoma’s designated Protection & Advocacy (P&A) System, ODLC has helped people with disabilities achieve equality, inclusion in society and personal independence since 1977. Learn more at http://okdlc.org/




◉ Oklahoma Parents Center


Helps Oklahoma families of children with disabilities, their teachers and other professionals navigate the Special Education Maze and provides information and tools you need to be an informed and active participant in your child’s education. Learn more at http://oklahomaparentscenter.org/




◉ Oklahoma State Department of Special Education


Provides guidance and support to promote excellence in education from infancy to adulthood for children with disabilities as outlined in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA). Learn more at http://sde.ok.gov/sde/special-education




◉ Special Education Resolution Center (SERC)


Offers innovative programs that assist school districts and parents in settling disputes regarding the Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) of students with disabilities. The programs are provided at no cost through a partnership with the Oklahoma State Department of Education. Learn more at https://www.okabletech.org/education-services/serc/





LEGAL + ADVOCACY RESOURCES

◉ Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services


Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services expands opportunities for employment, independent life and economic self-sufficiency by helping Oklahomans with disabilities bridge barriers to success in the workplace, school and at home. Learn more at http://www.okrehab.org/




◉ Oklahoma Disability Law Center


Oklahoma’s designated Protection & Advocacy (P&A) System, ODLC has helped people with disabilities achieve equality, inclusion in society and personal independence since 1977. Learn more at http://okdlc.org/




◉ Oklahoma Parents Center


Helps Oklahoma families of children with disabilities, their teachers and other professionals navigate the Special Education Maze and provides information and tools you need to be an informed and active participant in your child’s education. Learn more at http://oklahomaparentscenter.org/




◉ Oklahoma State Department of Special Education


Provides guidance and support to promote excellence in education from infancy to adulthood for children with disabilities as outlined in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA). Learn more at http://sde.ok.gov/sde/special-education




◉ Special Education Resolution Center (SERC)


Offers innovative programs that assist school districts and parents in settling disputes regarding the Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) of students with disabilities. The programs are provided at no cost through a partnership with the Oklahoma State Department of Education. Learn more at https://www.okabletech.org/education-services/serc/





 
 

Leyes de educación especial

Sabemos que navegar por las complejidades de la educación especial puede ser abrumador. El equipo de Servicios de Apoyo para Estudiantes Excepcionales de las Escuelas Charter Collegiate Hall se compromete a ayudarlo a garantizar que su estudiante reciba los servicios y el apoyo a los que tiene derecho según la ley.

CHILD FIND

Child Find es un componente de la Ley de Educación para Personas con Discapacidades (IDEA) y es un proceso continuo para localizar, identificar y evaluar a niños de entre 3 y 21 años que pueden necesitar educación especial y servicios relacionados. "Todos los niños con discapacidades que residen en el Distrito de Escuelas Públicas de Tulsa, ya sea que asistan a escuelas públicas o privadas, [incluidas las Escuelas Charter Collegiate Hall] deben ser identificados, ubicados y evaluados". Este servicio se proporciona a niños con sospecha de discapacidad, de forma gratuita.

Los servicios incluyen:

  • SERVICIOS DE EDUCACIÓN ESPECIAL para todos los niños en edad escolar

  • REFERENCIAS DE PRUEBAS EDUCATIVAS para personas que se sospecha que tienen una discapacidad dentro del Sistema de Escuelas Públicas de Tulsa.

Para recursos adicionales, visite:   https://oklahomaparentscenter.org/project-child-find/

¿CUÁLES SON MIS DERECHOS SEGÚN LA IDEA?

Las familias que reciben o son elegibles para servicios de educación especial tienen ciertos derechos de acuerdo con las leyes estatales y federales. Si tiene preguntas sobre estos derechos, comuníquese con su escuela local o con los Servicios de Educación Especial (SES) del Departamento de Educación del Estado de Oklahoma . Estos derechos y garantías procesales están de acuerdo con el Título 34 del Código de Regulaciones Federales para la implementación de la Ley de Educación para Personas con Discapacidades (IDEA) y las Enmiendas de IDEA de 1997.

Para obtener más información sobre los derechos y las garantías de los padres, visite los enlaces a continuación:

 

Información del tutor

Todos los estudiantes son elegibles para una Educación Pública Apropiada y Gratuita (FAPE) según la ley federal, incluidos los estudiantes con necesidades especiales. Estamos comprometidos a apoyar a nuestros estudiantes excepcionales para garantizar que aprendan y prosperen con sus compañeros en el entorno menos restrictivo posible y con los apoyos y servicios incluidos en sus Programas de educación individualizados.

En el aprendizaje a distancia, continuaremos trabajando con los estudiantes y las familias para brindar los apoyos especializados que cada alumno excepcional necesita. En algunos casos, nuestros estudiantes con las mayores necesidades participarán en el aprendizaje en persona en grupos pequeños en una de nuestras escuelas. La escuela de su hijo se comunicará con usted si su hijo es elegible para el aprendizaje en persona.

Durante el aprendizaje a distancia, los equipos del Plan de educación individualizado (IEP) utilizarán las siguientes consideraciones para desarrollar planes de apoyo para estudiantes excepcionales:

  • El acceso de los estudiantes a la tecnología;

  • El acceso de los estudiantes a las habilidades académicas necesarias para participar con los materiales de instrucción;

  • El acceso de los estudiantes a las habilidades ejecutivas necesarias para participar en el aprendizaje a distancia;

  • Las necesidades cognitivas de los estudiantes que pueden afectar el acceso al aprendizaje a distancia;

  • El acceso de los estudiantes a las comunicaciones para apoyar la participación en el plan de estudios virtual (por ejemplo, habilidades verbales / escritas / comunicativas); y

  • El comportamiento de los estudiantes y los apoyos socioemocionales necesarios para acceder al plan de estudios virtual.

EXCEPTIONAL STUDENTS FAQs 

What are accommodations?


Accommodations are changes that remove barriers and provide your child with equal access to learning. Accommodations don’t change what your child is learning. Rather, they change how your child is learning. Examples include:

  • Change of setting - preferential seating, separate location
  • Having sections of work read aloud to the student - math story problems for a student who has identified reading weaknesses, audio books
  • Frequent breaks
  • Giving answer orally
  • Extra time for taking tests
  • Assistive technology - FM system or augmentative communication system - can be high tech or low tech
  • Record a lesson, instead of taking notes
*Remember: Accommodations match the specific needs of the student.




What are modifications?


A modification is something that changes what your child will be expected to know or learn. Examples of modifications may include:

  • Changing the grade level of a reading passage
  • Reducing the number of answer choices - multiple choice
  • Complete different homework problems than peers
  • Answer different test questions
  • Create alternate projects or assignments
  • Get graded or assessed using a different standard than other students
  • Be excused from particular projects




How can I access assistive technology resources for parents, families and students?


Accessing speech-to-text and text-to-speech for Chromebooks Speech-to-Text

  1. Activate in Settings
  2. Accessibility, Dictation (enable)
  3. Turn on/off with curser over the microphone
Text-to-Speech
  1. Find Accessibility features ➟ At the bottom right, select the time. Or press and hold at the same time "Alt" + "Shift" + "S".
  2. Select "Settings"
  3. Turn on a feature.
  4. Choose the accessibility features you’d like to use:
    • Under ‘Text-to-speech’, turn on Enable ChromeVox (spoken feedback).
    • Turn on the reader or Select to speak.
Chromebook Accessibility Features Step 1: Find accessibility features
  1. At the bottom right, select the time. Or press Alt + Shift + s.
  2. Select Settings .
  3. At the bottom, select Advanced.
  4. In the "Accessibility" section, select Manage accessibility features.
    • Optional: To have quick access to accessibility features, turn on Always show accessibility options in the system menu.
Step 2: Turn on a feature Choose the accessibility features you'd like to use:
  • Text-to-speech:
    • Turn on the screen reader
    • Turn on Select-to-speak.
  • Display:
    • Turn on high contrast mode
    • Turn on screen magnifier
    • Change screen resolution or text size.
  • Keyboard:
    • Turn on sticky keys
    • Turn on on-screen keyboard
    • Turn on keyboard focus highlighting
    • Turn on keyboard repeat rate
    • Turn on word prediction.
    • Learn how to type with your voice.
  • Mouse and touchpad:
    • Turn on navigation buttons in tablet mode
    • Turn on automatic clicking
    • Turn on tap dragging
    • Turn on cursor highlighting
    • Change the cursor's size.
  • Audio:
    • Play all sounds together through all speakers
    • Play sound on startup.
Step 3: Make a page bigger or smaller You can make the page you're looking at bigger or smaller, but keep other parts of your screen the same size. Additional Resources for Assistive Tech




How do I get involved with the Exceptional Student Supports Family Partnership Team (ESS-FPT)?


Collegiate Hall recently developed a new Family Partnership Team specifically for Exceptional Student Supports (ESS). Our goal is to support ESS programs, teachers, and students throughout our district as we work to ensure that all students have the opportunities they need to grow and succeed in the classroom and beyond. Parents, teachers, advocates, and other stakeholders are welcome to join us and help make our district stronger for all students. An ESS-FPT forum will be announced soon as well as more meeting and event details. Also, check your email weekly for the Gifffin Gazette Newsletter for additional updates. In the meantime, please email our Dean of Community + Culture at bimlay@collegiatehall.net to learn more about how to get involved.




How do I get more information about my child's IEP or 504 Plan?


For more information about your child's IEP or 504 Plan, or to get your child evaluated for supports, please contact our Dean of Student Supports at jgeiger@collegiatehall.net





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