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Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario — Search Pages for Early Intervention Screen. Start Search Or search for Teaching Materials below Teaching Materials: Teaching materials are educational programs and other products used to assist a teacher in the implementation of curriculum. (Please Note: If no search options are made then no results will be returned. However, the more checkboxes you select, the slower the search results will appear.) 1. Choose Resource language Preference(s): English French 2. Choose Curriculum Area(s): Social Skills Oral language Motor Development Mathematical Abilities Organizational Skills Phonological Awareness Reading and Writing Skills 3. Choose Learning Environment(s): Partners Independent Take Home One to One Small Group Whole Class Large Group 4. Choose Teaching Material Type(s) and/or cost(s): Teaching Material Types: Teaching Material Cost Range: Workshop $100+ Kit $50-100 Video $0-50 Audio Cassette Ministry Licensed Chalkboard Web Site CD Software Game Book Program 5. Choose Psychological Process(es): Processing Speed Executive Functioning Teacher’s School Readiness Inventory Instructions: Using the five point rating scale below, rate the child on each of the following items. Add all of your ratings to obtain the child’s total score. 1. In-class distractibility, attention span and memory span: Is the child distracted by other children; does the child have difficulty remembering and following instructions and remembering the details of content of materials presented in class? 2. Verbal fluency: Does the child tend to use precise words and convey abstract ideas reasonably well when asked to describe events? 3. Interest and participation: Does the child show interest, enthusiasm, and eagerness to participate in various classroom activities and does the child readily convey this overall sense of enthusiasm to other children or to adults? 4. Letter Identification skills: Approximately how many upper case letters can the child name correctly? 1) TSRI Screening • Teacher’s School Readiness Inventory 2) Step Two • Yopp Singer or Rosner 3) Observational Checklists • Phonological Awareness • Mathematical Abilities • Oral Language Reading and Writing Skills • Organizational skills Motor Skills Social Skills All Current Results Student Profile Name: Harry H. Potter Date of Birth: January 1, 1992 School: Idao Test School Edit this Student Record FIGURE 6.2 The Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario’s Web-based Teaching Tool to Promote the Early Identification of Students with Possible Learning Disabilities and incorporate metacognitive and/or motivational techniques to encourage independent reading (Foorman et al., 1997; Gaskins et al., 1996; Torgesen et al., 1997).
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