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    761 1297 Websites Provincial Schools Branch http www psbnet ca eng index html Centre Jules Léger www centrejulesleger com Administration at Centre Jules Léger Ginette Faubert School Superintendent of Centre Jules Léger Telephone 613 761 9300 Fax 613 761 9301 Email Ginette Faubert Ontario ca Gaëtana Roberge Receptionist Telephone 613 761 9300 Fax 613 761 9301 Email Gaetana Roberge Ontario ca Nicole Lemieux Administrative Support and PCLD Provincial Committee on Learning Disabilities Secretary Telephone 613 761 3442 Fax 613 761 9301 Email Nicole Lemieux Ontario c a Demonstration School at Centre Jules Léger Manon Provost School Principal Telephone 613 761 3403 Fax 613 761 9874 Email Manon Provost Ontario ca Sylvie Laroche School Secretary Telephone 613 761 3416 Fax 613 761 9874 Email Sylvie Laroche Ontario ca Provincial School at Centre Jules Léger Pierre Beaudin School Principal Telephone 613 761 3421 Fax 613 761 9892 Email Pierre Beaudin Ontario ca Sylvie Laroche School Secretary Telephone 613 761 3416 Fax 613 761 9892 Email Sylvie Laroche Ontario ca Resource Services for deaf deaf blind blind and low vision at Centre Jules Léger Pierre Beaudin Resource Director Telephone 613 761 3421 Fax 613 761 9892 Email Pierre Beaudin Ontario ca Nelly Coulange

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  • CJL - Mandate 1
    year program to an average of thirty two students per year within a pupil teacher ratio of 1 to 8 This very dynamic and devoted team is supported by a speech pathologist a psychologist and a social worker also specialized in the areas of learning disabilities A curriculum and teacher training coordinator along with two school resources consultants provide teachers with an environment conducive to the improvment of current teaching practices most of them inspired by research in neurolinguistics and psycho sociolinguistics b LD ADHD Module The Demonstration School also prides itself in providing a specialized program for the severe learning disabled with an attention deficit hyperactivity disorder This specific program is designed to offer a one year program to students who not only have to cope with their learning disability but are also challenged in their learning by the ADHD condition Both a teacher and a child care worker attend to the special needs of five students within a physical environment which promotes their well being a model classroom specifically designed with these children in mind c Provincial School Under Regulation 296 the Provincial School at Centre Jules Léger provides school programs to students who are deaf hard of

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  • CJL - Mandate 2
    a variety of interpersonal experiences and to further increase their skills in problem solving especially those that are required by a learning disabled in our challenging society b Residential Services Provincial School Component While there are some restrictions as to which of the Provincial School s students can or cannot be admitted to the Residential Services it is intended to our deaf or hard of hearing students or some of

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  • CJL - Mandate 3
    to the French school boards across the province of Ontario for a combined caseload of 201 students It is under the combined authorities of Policy Program no 1 and former Policy Program no 76C that our consultants travel the province to provide such services as support to the IPRC s relating to deaf or hard of hearing students enrolled in school boards support to assessment and IEP s for the same students Close to 558 such visits are expected to be scheduled for the current school year c Provincial School School Resources for Vision A total of three consultants provide services to 88 students who are either blind have low vision or some related condition The service focuses on school age children their parents and their school boards and offer assistance in assessing visual functionality IEP s school and home visiting for consultations The service also provides for transcripts in Braille or large print of authorized school books This group is constantly upgrading its skills in providing a better service to students and boards It is currently being trained in Vision Aids Technology Assessment and Vision Enhancement Certification through the Mohawk College d Provincial School School Resources for the Deafblind

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  • CJL - Mandate 4
    services currently delivered to some 31 children across the province by one teacher consists of home visits by the teacher or one of her parents advisors Basically they would inform the parents has to what options are available to them or their infant in terms of communication modes those could include assistive devices such as FM systems or hearing aids Hearing parents whose baby will be using sign language will

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  • CJL - Mandate 5
    school improvement plan training is ongoing at Centre Jules Léger Both teachers and residence counsellors and to some extent parents have or will shortly be involved in training such as the teaching of reading writing mathematics the connection between language and writing adaptive technology Through a survey brought up by their School Council parents have indicated that they wished to be better informed on the role of language in learning on the issues of self esteem and on the reinsertion process of children leaving the Demonstration School for the community school As are many other educational institutions across the province of Ontario Centre Jules Léger is a registered provider under the Ontario College of Teachers It has so far delivered such credited courses as the teaching of Reading Writing and Mathematics under the general heading of Special Education Centre Jules Léger is currently awaiting approval for other courses such as classroom management and LSQ Residential Services Past Management and team leaders from the Residential Services have been instrumental in establishing a partnership with La Cité Collégiale which was successful in delivering on site a four year training program for our deaf residential counselors As recently as June of 2002 seven of our counselors were the first ever francophone deaf counselors to graduate from this tailored program leading to a Child and Youth Care Worker Certification Provincial School Past The Provincial School at Centre Jules Léger has been the catalyst of many training initiatives in the areas of Deaf Education and Blind Education mostly under a partnership with the Faculty of Education of the University of Ottawa It has in the past years been the essential component of the Teaching the Blind Specialist both by providing a curriculum compliant with the guidelines set by the Ontario College of Teachers and providing

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  • CJL - Mandate 6
    Barry Schneider Faculty of Psychology University of Ottawa with the support of students and the residential staff at Centre Jules Léger 2003 Heuristic Strategies in Problem Solving Study by Dr Jean Claude Boyer Faculty of Education University of Ottawa and Marc Côté Centre Jules Léger 1999 2002 The sudy was presented to one of the University of Sherbrooke s Forum Profile of the Learning Disabled in the context of Problem Solving Study by Dr Raynald Lacasse and Dr François Desjardins Faculty of Education University of Ottawa Marie Trahan and André L Duguay Centre Jules Léger 1991 1994 The Writing Process as it Applies to the Learning Disabled Study by Marie Jeanne Rossier Faculty of Education University of Ottawa and André L Duguay Centre Jules Léger 1988 Interrupted before it was completed Standardization of the O R T H Test of Spelling Work by Marie Jeanne Rossier Faculty of Education University of Ottawa and André L Duguay Centre Jules Léger 1983 Beyond the research mentionned above quite a number of documents have been created by staff at Centre Jules Léger and published for the benefit of teachers across the province of Ontario and abroad Probably the most substantial contribution in this

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  • CJL - Mandate 7
    needs Information required for IAS s would be included in this document A meeting is scheduled to allow student parents school board officials and staff to share the information required for an efficient and seamless transition of the student to his or her host school Subsequent coaching is provided by staff social worker speech pathologist and psychologist to both parents and school board officials Whenever possible and desirable Centre Jules

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