Faculty Awareness and Training in the Post-Secondary Community: An Annotated Bibliography
Camosun CollegeVictoria, British Columbia
Guidelines for Teaching Students with Disabilities (1994)Guidebook
The faculty guidebook stresses the importance of always respecting students by asking if they need assistance. This allows for proper accommodations to be provided, but at the same time allows students their right to independence. Institutional supports available at Camosun College are found in the introduction. The author then explains the general language rules that are appropriate when referring to students with disabilities. The importance of altering curriculum for students with disabilities is addressed at the beginning of this guide. The author explains that altering teaching methods and testing procedures will not compromise the academic integrity of the course curriculum.
The largest section of the manuscript focuses separately on each disability type. The author offers two to three pages of information on each disability. Each section advises professors on the following topics related to disabled students:
The disabilities covered in the guidebook are as follows:
Guidelines for Teaching Students with Disabilities was developed by Carrie Smith for The B.C. Educational Association of Disabled Students, with funding from The Centre for Curriculum and Professional Development and the Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Skills, Training and Labour.
Disability Support ServicesBrochure
This pamphlet discusses who is eligible for services at Camosun College, which specialized services are available and how to apply for assistance. Contact information for the centre is presented at the back of the pamphlet.
Memorandum Disability Support Services
Copy of the letter sent to each professor at Camosun College
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