Killin ES

    Special Ed

    DoDEA Sp. Ed. Curriculum 

    DoDEA Sp. Ed. Relocation information

    For more information on the DoDEA SPED program as well as resources and publications for parents please visit the DoDEA HQ Sp. Ed. site.

     

    ECK Specific Information 

    Student Support Team (SST)

    The SST committee helps teachers generate additional strategies for working with a student and/or gathers information needed to make a referral to the Case Study Committee (CSC) for possible evaluation for Special Education. Referral forms for the SST committee are available from the chairperson and include samples of the student’s work.  Parents are to be notified by the classroom teacher that their child is being referred to the SST committee to seek further help to improve academic performance and/or behavior.

     

    Child Find

    The purpose of Child Find is to identify children in the community, age 3-21, who may have a disabling condition - physical, intellectual, or emotional. Referrals can be made to the school office.


    Educational Assessor

    The Educational Assessor conducts assessments primarily in areas of cognitive processing and academic achievement for special education eligibility requirements and triennial review documentation. The Assessor also provides diagnostic assessments for students with Individual Education Programs who may need further evaluation to determine if there is a need for a significant change in eligibility, an identified need for a related service, or need to add an area of service. The Assessor position is designed to support the Child Study Committee during the assessment phase of the special education process.


    Teacher for the Learning Impaired (LI)

    The LI teachers provide services for the students identified as having a learning disability as defined in the “Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) and/or Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI 1342.12), “Provision of Early Intervention Special Ed Services to Eligible to DoD Dependents in Overseas Areas”, March 1996.


    Teacher for the Pre-School Children with Disabilities

    The PSCD teacher provides services for preschool age students identified as having disabilities as defined in the “Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) and/or Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI 1342.12), “Provision of Early Intervention Special Ed Services to Eligible to DoD Dependents in Overseas Areas”, March 1996.

    Teacher of the Communication Impaired (CI)

    The CI teachers provide screening, diagnostic, and therapy services on an individual or group basis for any child having a speech/language/hearing disorder. “Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) and/or Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI 1342.12), “Provision of Early Intervention Special Ed Services to Eligible to DoD Dependents in Overseas Areas”, March 1996.

     

    DoDEA Curriculum

    Find out more about each area of Curriculum on the DoDEA Headquarters website:

    English/Language Arts 
    Foreign Language 
    Health Education 
    Physical Education
    Mathematics
    Science
    Career & Tech Ed
    Social Studies 
    Visual Arts 
    Music
    Host Nation
     

    DoDEA Curriculum Programs

    Find out more about the different programs offered in DoDEA's curriculum on our Headquarter's website:

    English as a Second Language (ESL) 
    Gifted Education 
    AVID
    Information Center
    Special Education