English Village - Educational Camps (Teacher Training (10 Steps of…
English Village - Educational Camps
A student's parent or guardian will fill out a confidential form and declare if their child has special education requirements.
Yes, there are special education requirements.
Identification of disability under the IDEA.
Parent & Administration Meeting to establish accommodations.
Establish an IEP with the parent.
Recommend student to a Special Education camp, if available
No, special education requirements.
Continue with regular program and no special assistance.
Identification of Special Needs by a member of the English Village staff
In a situation where a parent or guardian has not reported their child's special needs, but a staff member has reason to believe that special needs are present.
Does the student need assistance in their native language?
A teacher that speaks the native tongue of the child will be made available as part of the program,.
Refer to "Accommodations"
Creation of a short term IEP that will allow the student to complete the program and maximize learning.
All teachers will receive training in the 10 steps of Early Identification of children with special needs.
10 Steps of Identification
A hierarchy of reporting will be established. If a teacher has an incident, or reason to believe that a student might need special accommodations, he or she should have an administrative contact to address his or her concerns.
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The scope of the challenge:
Most students that attend English Village programs will sign up for 5 day programs. The students will live on campus for the duration of their stay in an English only environment. This means that program staff must be able to quickly identify a student with special needs and make accommodations available around the clock.