Presentation on theme: "Coaching Program 2011-12 The 6 th Annual Celebration took place at Laurentian University when RDSB & SCDSB Students, Parents, Laurentian Concurrent Ed."— Presentation transcript:
Coaching Program The 6 th Annual Celebration took place at Laurentian University when RDSB & SCDSB Students, Parents, Laurentian Concurrent Ed Students and community partners celebrated another with successful year.
LDASLaurentian U.United Way Libraries Coaching Program Celebration L.U. Coach: Leanne Wolfe Student: Summer Smith
LDASLaurentian U.United Way Libraries Coaching Program Celebration Testimonial: Parent Darrin Black
Fall 2011 Learning Disability Orientation Workshops delivered to: YMCA Employment Staff Sudbury & District Health Unit Larch Street Kids - ECE Staff Better Beginnings, Better Futures - ECE Staff
Wikwemikong Education Conference Oct. 6 th & 7 th 2011 Welcoming educators in Wikwemikong participated in two days of workshops that outlined Best Practices Instructional Approaches featured in “Learning for All K-12”.
2004 Mayor Jim Gordon 2008 Co-Chairs Catherine McCullough, SCDSB Jean Hansen, RDSB 2009 Sylvia Barnard President Cambrian College 2010 Co-Chairs Dominique Giroux, President L.U. Krissy Battistoni, 1 st Yr. Laurentian 2006 Mike Foligno Coach Sudbury Wolves 2007 Mayor John Rodriguez 2011 Co-Chairs Frank Elsner - Chief of Police Susan Elsner – RDSB SERT OCTOBER Awareness Month Chairs
LDAS hosted 232 community members at the 2011 Awareness Month Breakfast
Kelly Leach Orasi Coleen Eberlein As part of the Awareness Breakfast festivities, an educator from each school board was recognized for their contributions to the success of students with learning disabilities.
Partnered with Cambrian College, LDAS hosted a one week Assistive Technology Camp. 14 students and their parents were introduced to software programs. AT equals Access To Learning.
February 2011 The production of a Educator DVD Training Tool – “I Learn Differently. Please Teach Me Differently” “ I LEARN DIFFERENTLY, PLEASE TEACH ME DIFFERENTLY”
Long time supporter, Gord Ewin and Laurentian student, Krissy Battistoni, featured the new LDAS Parent Brochure as part of October 2011 Awareness Month.
Henry Winkler, (AKA The Fonz) wowed a large Sudbury crowd of Parents, Students, Educators and community members on October 19 th, Winkler's’ struggles with his learning disability are profiled in his children’s books, Hank Zipzer, The World’s Greatest Underachiever. His inspiring message modeled his often utilized quote: “We all have greatness inside of us”.