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Resource Room

What is the Resource Room?

The Resource Room is designed to develop, strengthen, and improve skills for positive academic performance and achievement.  Through content area course work, pre- and post- teaching, cognitive learning strategies are taught which focus on comprehension and memory skills, organizational and study skills, test taking, and the enhancements of written expression.  Self-advocacy skills and transitional planning are also part of the instructional program.  Students' progress is monitored and reviewed throughout the year according to their IEPs (Individual Educational Plans).  Resource Room is not a study hall.

 

Resource Room Goals:

·        To assist the students in becoming as independent and successful as they can

·        To monitor the students’ progress toward meeting the IEP goals and to assist the student in successfully completing all courses of study

·        To maintain communication with the student, parents, teachers, guidance counselors and other staff involved with the education of the student

·        To introduce and develop skills needed for learning

 

Resource Room Components:

·        Planning and Goal Setting

·        Setting Priorities and Time Management

·        Organization

·        Monitoring, Self-Assessment, Advocacy

·        Storing and Remembering Information/Test-Taking

·        Reading and Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, and Science

·        Social Skills Training

·        Transitional planning

 

Success:

In order be successful in Resource Room: 
1. Utilize time wisely. 
2. Follow classroom rules. 
3. Attend class daily.

4. Ask for help.

5. Ask for help

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