Special Education in Ontario

Get Started. It's Free
or sign up with your email address
Special Education in Ontario by Mind Map: Special Education in Ontario

1. Organizations

1.1. Ontario Special Education Tribunal

1.2. The Ministry of Education

1.2.1. Advisory Council on Special Education

1.2.2. Provincial Schools W. Ross Macdonald School, Brantford Ernest C. Drury School for the Deaf, Milton Robarts School for the Deaf, London Sir James Whitney School for the Deaf, Belleville

1.2.3. Demonstration Schools Amethyst School, London Centre Jules-Léger, Ottawa Sagonaska School, Belleville Trillium School, Milton

1.3. school boards

1.3.1. Identification, Placement, and Review Committee (IPRC)

1.3.2. Special Education Advisory Committees (SEACs)

1.3.3. Staff

1.3.4. Equipment

1.3.5. Accessibility of School Boardings

1.3.6. Transportation

1.4. non-profit advocacy organizations

1.4.1. Association for Bright Children Association francophone de parents d'enfants dyslexiques ou ayant tout autre trouble d'apprentissage (AFPED) Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario (LDAO) Canadian Association of Community Living VOICE for Hearing Impaired Children Integration Action for Inclusion in Education and Community Ontario Association for Families of Children with Communication Disorders (OAFCCD) Parents for Children's Mental Health The Canadian Hearing Society (CHS) Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Association of Ontario Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada Silent Voice Canada Bob Rumball Foundation for the Deaf Ontario Cultural Society of the Deaf Ontario Association for the Deaf

2. stakeholders

2.1. administrators

2.2. teachers

2.3. parents

2.4. students

2.5. child care workers

2.6. scholars

2.7. community agency staff

2.8. members of advocacy groups

2.9. psychologists

3. teacher qualifications

3.1. Additional Qualifitions (AQ)

3.1.1. Special Education

3.1.2. Teaching Students Who Are Blind/Low Vision

3.1.3. Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

3.1.4. Teaching Students Who Are Deafblind

3.1.5. Teaching Students with Behavioural Needs

3.1.6. Teaching Students with Communication Needs Autism Spectrum Disorders Learning Disabilities Speech and Language

3.1.7. Teaching Students with Intellectual Needs Developmental Disability Giftedness

3.1.8. Teaching Students with Multiple Needs

3.1.9. Teaching Students with Physical Needs

4. Individual Education Plans (IEP)

4.1. reason for developing an IEP

4.2. student profile

4.3. the special education program

4.3.1. current achievement level

4.3.2. learning expectations

4.3.3. annual program goals

4.4. the student's strngths and needs

4.5. assessment, evalutaion, and reporting

4.6. implementation and monitoring

4.7. review and updating

5. Legislation, Policy and Funding

5.1. The Education Act

5.1.1. Regulation 181/98

5.2. Regulations

5.2.1. Ontario Schools, Kindergarten to Grade 12: Policy and Program Requirements, 2016

5.2.2. the Provincial School Negotiation Act

5.3. Policy,/Program Memoranda

5.4. Funding