• All students will participate in the following activities during study skills:

    • Completing daily activities (study skills, employment, daily reminders)
    • Gaining a better understanding of their individual strengths and needs, and in turn, how these strengths and needs relate to their own learning
    • Researching and incorporating steps to meet their transition goals (college/employment)
    • Developing their self advocacy skills
    • Meeting with OVR (Office of Vocational Rehabilitation) counselor

    In addition, depending on their specific IEP goals in relation to their area of disability, other activities may include:

    • Progress monitoring of assignments and grades
    • Development of organization strategies
    • Assignment completion
    • Clarification of concepts not understood in general education classes as long as student is actively engaged in the learning process
    • Practicing study skills and test-taking strategies
    • Opportunity for editing and proofreading of written work
    • Reading strategy development

    Within our room we have the following expectations for the students to meet:

    • Be Respectful
    • Be Present (no cell phones)
    • Computers are to be used for school work only and will be monitored while in use.
    • Working productively on school work or IEP/Transition goals.
Last Modified on August 28, 2017