No Child Left Behind - Shema Kolainu Hear Our Voices Philosophy
Home About Us *WISH LIST* Mission & History Mailing List Contact Us No Child Left Behind: At Shema Search Successes Kolainu we live by this Video Recent Posts Therapies philosophy. Autism: Questions & Answers No Child Left Behind: At Shema Sponsor a Child Posted on March 3, 2011 by skhov Kolainu we live by this philosophy. Forum Visitors around the year at Shema Donate This year, Shema Kolainu conducted and submitted Kolainu both Alternative and Standardized Assessment The Graduation Struggles in Autism Education procedures as required by the state education Autism WorkshopsCenter-based Programs department. The assessments measure theHome-based Programs educational efficiency of schools that service students Recent Comments Training Workshops in New York State. Archives March 2011 We are a center for children diagnosed with Autism Categories Applied Behavior Spectrum Disorders. Our student population includes Uncategorized Analysis What is Autism? students with severe deficiencies across all domains Meta Autism in the News to those with above average IQ. It is an ongoing Log in SKHOV News challenge to individualize instruction to maximize Entries RSS Press Comments RSS Kolainu Magazine educational, social and adaptive objectives, and an WordPress.org even greater challenge to reflect those achievements in standardized exams that feature set rules and Books and Articles guidelines. Links Schools A large portion of our school age students are Conferences Social Media mandated for alternative assessment, which is designed for children with diverse abilities. A scale of Send Us Feedback academic tasks related to state standards is designed to assess the progress and accuracy of independent responses. This assessment is conducted over a number of months and requires observations, data collection, reliability data, and permanent products. Although it is individualized, it does not reflect the learnings that occurred across all verbal behavior domains addressed throughout the year in a behavioral program such as ours. It does allow however, for an accurate individualized performance on modified state standards. Last year a high functioning school age classroom was created at Shema Kolainu. The students in this class are up to par academically but lack certain social abilities as well as adaptive daily living skills. The students experienced difficulties succeeding in a classroom setting that does not provide behavioral modification, individualized attention, and tactical interventions. They are mandated to participate in
standardized testing given their high IQ and ability to complete age appropriate academic tasks. This year, we are so proud of our students’ abilities to remain focused, and stay on task. We are excited to be a part of a system that pushes academic standards, and accountability. Most of all, we are honored to be part of a society where individuals with disabilities are not bucketed based on title or diagnosis but rather their individualized abilities. In the Shema Kolainu family we view every one of our students as our children, each has name, and each has strengths and weaknesses that are unique to them. It is inspiring to see that we as society have grown to understand that and realize that: NO CHILD SHOULD BE LEFT BEHIND! This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged autism donation, autismschools brooklyn, autism workshops, donations for autism, early intervention,early intervention for autism, home based programs for autism, resources forautism, schools for autism in new york, schools for autism ny. Bookmark the permalink.