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  • 1. The right to read and the responsibility to teach Dr. R Lyon The school and the teacher makes the difference Mytylschool De Regenboog Sonja Slotema Snijders 10 oktober 2011
  • 2.
    • SCHOOL FOR DISABLED CHILDREN
    • 120 PUPILS
    • 2 STREAMS
    • 4 -13 YEAR PHYSICAL DISABILITY
    • 4 -20 YEAR PHYSICAL AND MENTAL
    • 75 EMPLOYEES
  • 3. Rainbow Eleven:
    • We set high standards for children
    • We offer a broad curriculum in a continuous line
    • We set goals and formulate expectations
    • We use time efficiently
    • We challenge the children in an attractive learning environment
    • We know the pupils and follow their development closely
    • We encourage independence in knowledge, skills, commun. and mobility
    • We provide a comfortable environment
    • We measure learning results
    • We communicate respectfully
    • We are jointly responsible for this to be succesfull
  • 4. Priority number one is learn to read well
    • Learning to read is not natural or easy for
    • most children
    • Reading is an aquired skill
    • Certain skills are not well developed
    • Additional instruction support, special
    • materials
  • 5. Dutch Education System
  • 6. Special Education
    • Cluster 1: visually impaired
    • Cluster 2: hearing impairments and speech / language problems
    • Cluster 3: physical disabilities, physical and intellectual disabilities (Mytyl), students who are chronically ill (LZ) and students with epilepsy
    • Cluster 4: behavioral problems –
    • disorders such as autism
  • 7. “ disabled children have the right to participate in the same kind of leisure activities as their non-disabled peers”
    • Experience with
    • Sports: swimming by the Halliwick method in our special school-swimming poole , gymnastic, special clinics, fitness, the Cruyff-court on the play ground, horseriding
    • Music: music therapie by a specialized teacher
    • Nature: schoolgarden with vegetables
    • Art: Painting – collages
    • Communication
    • Training by speech therapists – sign language
    • New ICT resources for individual children
    • Educational software for expanding vocabulary, reading skills, numeracy
    • Datacare is a student tracking system for better communication with parents
  • 8. Sports
  • 9. Cruyffcourt
  • 10. Experience with Music:
  • 11. Nature gardening in the schoolgarden
  • 12. Art painting – collages – etc.
  • 13. Communication:
  • 14. Priority number one is learn to read well
    • Learning to read is not natural or easy for
    • most children
    • Reading is an aquired skill
    • Certain skills are not well developed
    • Additional instruction support, special
    • materials
  • 15. Reading Comprehension Prosody Automaticity / Rate Accuracy Decoding Phonemic Awareness Oral Language Skills Knowledge of Language Structures Vocabulary Cultural Influences Life Experience Content Knowledge Activation of Prior Knowledge Knowledge about Texts Motivation Engagement Active Reading Strategies Monitoring Strategies Fix-Up Strategies Florida Reading Initiative Knowledge Fluency Metacognition Language
  • 16. early reading related skills
    • reading with
    • a cabinet
  • 17. Special reading program: RALFI
    • R = repeated
    • A = assisted
    • L = level
    • F = feedback
    • I = instruction and interaction
  • 18. Public Library of Haarlem for schools
  • 19. For primary education, the Library and Library School Year Program: Library visits, reading promotion projects, volunteers read stories Collaboration with the library Expertise Easy to read square Bookboxes with themes
  • 20. Library in the Rainbowschool learn to read well is a humanright Dr. R. Lyon
  • 21. Impression of the Rainbowschool