Tuesday, May 11, 2010




7.00 am - 7.30 am membuka kelas dan menyambut kedatangan murid.
mengambil buku rekod kedatangan
mengurus murid RMT
toilet training
menyediakan bahan pembelajaran.
mengawal kelas dan mengatur murid mengikut kelas masing-masing
7.30 am – 9.30 am membantu dalam proses P&P
menghantar buku rekod kedatangan
rehat 20 minit ( sebelum murid rehat )
9.30 am – 10.00 am
( REHAT MURID ) membantu pergerakan murid sebelum, semasa dan selepas makan di kantin
membantu pengurusan diri
10.00 am - 01.00 pm membantu dalam proses P&P
mengemas dan menyimpan alatan yang telah digunakan dalam P&P
memastikan murid pulang dengan selamat
01.00 pm – 2.00 pm REHAT
2.00 pm – 4.00 pm menyusun atur kerusi dan meja
memastikan kebersihan kelas
memastikan semua suis peralatan elektrik ditutup
memastikan pintu dan tingkap kelas ditutup dan dikunci
membantu tugas surat menyurat
mengemaskini dokumen
menyediakan bahan bantu mengajar untuk persediaan P&P keesokkan hari

Bertanggungjawab kepada Pengetua / Guru Besar


8.00 am -1.00 pm 1. Bilik darjah dan tandas di blok pendidikan Khas sentiasa bersih, kemas dan selamat.
2. Semua peralatan kelas dalam keadaan selamat dan tidak rosak.
3. Projek Pendidikan Khas seperti kebun, taman dan lain-lain sentiasa dijaga dengan baik.
1.00 pm – 2.00 pm REHAT
2.00 pm – 5.00 pm 1. Menyemak stok dan inventori.
2. Melabel dan mengemaskini sistem fail.
3. Menyediakan borang-borang dan fail untuk pendaftaran murid baru.
4. Menghubungi Penyelaras atau Guru Pendidikan Khas yang lain sekiranya diperlukan untuk tindakan segera.

Monday, May 10, 2010

software and hardware for persons with special needs

RJ Cooper & Associates, Inc.
Software and Hardware for Persons with Special Needs

Please, please, please...
click here to request a free CD with all of our stuff on it...
(includes the newest version of Point to Pictures Studio)
...and add your name to our e-list!

Click here to see a list of all our products and download software!

Hi! I'm RJ Cooper and I make special software and hardware products for persons with special needs. For general info about my company, including prices, click here.

Also you may find info about our popular FREE RoadTrips!


New Items

iPad versus netbook comparison

iPad Speaker and Bumper Case

iPad Stand and Mounts - the perfect positioning solutions!

Mini-Keyboard/Trackpad - 'Text' your text to your computer!

Switch-Adapted DVD Player - At *your* request, yet another switch adaptation :)

Gift Certificates - Give someone something they need!

Switch-Adapted Guitar Hero guitars - for all game consoles!

Talk 'n Scan Calculator- new advanced mode with square root, exponents, and parentheses added (built-in scanning!)

2 CooperCars available - the world-famous adaptive vehicle for even the most severely disabled children

Laptop Keyboard Cover - Finally, a way to make your laptop a truly appropriate station

ChinCheeka Dual Switch - 2 in one chin/cheek switch

Switch-Adapted Voice Recorder - digital, with hours of recording time

Mouse Button-Box - Control your cursor, with buttons!

JokeMaster 2 - switch-adapted joke-teller

Game Controller options- Several new choices for adapting XBox 360, PS3, and other game controllers

Dual Button Box - 2 switches in 1 box, for digital camera/MP3 or computer step-scan

Switch Poser - 'poses' (positions) your switch(es)

Switch-Adapted Digital Camera - reasonably priced, with optional positioning arm

Application Clicker - makes cause/effect activities out of websites, DVD's, videos, and music

Keyboard Stand - holds BigKeys, Keys-U-See, and Fusion at perfect angle

My Auggies always get rave reviews so please check out my integrated AAC devices!

Switch-Adapted Flip Camcorder - Just what it sounds like

Switch-Adapted Call Chime - Low tech way for a switch user to call for attention

Switch-Adapted MP3 Player/USB Drives - up to 2 GB!

Resource Links- Some real hand-picked free sites with stuff for deaf, blind, children, and more

Cordless Switch Interface - Very reasonably priced way to cordlessly connect switch(es) to a computer

Mini-SwitchPort - Price reductions and 5 pack available (as low as $50/switch interface!)

Forums - For Sale, Want-to-Buy, Newsletter Archive, and Testimonials!

Cole's Story and our free (for a time) new Pointer - See pictures and hear about making Cole successful!

Game Controllers - Finally, appropriate game controllers for game boxes (XBox 360, PS3, XBox/PS2/GameCube)

Keys-U-See - super-bright, LARGE PRINT, keyboard with my Left/Right Separator and a keyboard skin!

WordComplete - helper for slow typists, people with LD, poor spellers, and/or those that need word suggestions.

New Graphics for Early & Advanced Switch Games, Point To Pictures, Children's and Teenage Switch Progressions, and Biggy/Biggy-Light!

Fusion portable talking note-taker - with built-in text-to-speech and included speaker, for LD, AAC, and soon for blind

BIG iPod Remote - an 8" x 5" box with BIG buttons on it for controlling iPods, without any wires!

Beeper Box - a simple beep-when-activated box for testing switches and/or Morse Code!

Thunder-RJ - Screenreader-on-a-stick!

My Auggies always get rave reviews so please check out my integrated AAC devices!

BigCalc - GIANT, talking calculator with keyguard and flip-stand!

Giant Remote - Finally, an affordable, BIG remote for all entertainment devices (TV, DVD, etc.)

CooperCar resurrected! - Adaptive vehicle for even the most severely challenged!

BigKeys Left/Right Separator - Great way for learners to self-correct on hunting/pecking with BigKeys BIG keyboard

Free MP3 Bit-rate Converter - for podcasts, or any large MP3's

Super-Switch - One switch to do it all. It's both a great BIG switch and a switch interface, all in one! Even works with adapted toys and appliances!

Mac OS X! Finally, hybrid installers (native OS X/OS 9 & earlier) for most of my software! Any reference to "ALL Macs" means it's good to go!

Thunder-RJ - Screenreader-on-a-stick!

Emily's Cookbook - Honor Wayne's memory by supporting his widow!

SlantBoard - positions our Auggies, BigKeys, IntelliKeys 'just right' :)

EADL Package - Electronic Aids for Daily Living (ECU) - Finally, an inexpensive, PC-based way of controlling TV, DVD, any IR (infrared) operated device AND *anything* electrical through X10.

PTP-PC - Our own AAC talking software that does a good job of competing with the 'big boys'!

Stick & Suck - a great way to 'stick' switches and stuff around, so they stay in place, but are instantly movable!

Switch Kit - easy to make functional CD switches for workshops (or use)

Talk-Aid - sometimes messing with AAC is simply unnecessary! Check out our compact and effective alternative!

Desktop Protector - without hassling with Users, protect your Desktop (Windows, Mac OS X) with just one hotkey!

Speak to Me! - command & control by voice recognition for dysarthia (non-typical speech)

Cordless Switch Interface for Mini-Auggie - using our AAC software on our Mini-Auggie, the user can now be a switch user for auto or step-scanning.

SlantBoard - a nice, sturdy way of positioning our AAC devices or BigKeys

Auggie AAC device rental program - reasonably priced, and may be applied to purchase price

SAM-Cordless - new smaller 'dongle' type receiver for this cordless switch interface

DeskMount - *very* sturdy desk mount for our Auggie/Super-Auggie AAC devices

Compact Switch - 1" round switch with Velcro Strap

RJ's DVD Book - by popular request, RJ (with Bryan) has authored a detailed 'book' on using tech with those with significant challenges. This is the only resource we know that has text *and* video of actual techniques with learners!

JokeMaster - inexpensive, portable, switch-adapted joke box

Mini-SwitchPort - (formerly Switchy) very inexpensive, mini switch interface

Auggie - NEW mid-range addition! Finally, 3 new Augmentative Communication devices that don't 'break the bank'

Mini-Arm - Small, short positioning arm for switch

Switch-Click and Mini-Click - USB switches (no interface needed) Mac/Win

SmartClick - finally finished our dwell-clicking utility for Windows


Want to be inspired? Click here for Wayne's page.


Still Relatively New Items

CrossScannerX for Mac OS 10 - completely control your computer with 1 or 2 switches

2+2 - new question/answer mode for algebraic equations, a number line, and other feature additions

Flopper Stopper - a possible way to prevent head 'flopping' and get instant switch access

Talk 'n Scan Calculator - simple talking and scanning calculator

CD Scan & Play - simple, talking, scanning audio cd player software

New Biggy Upgrade for Windows - BIG Cursors and sounds!


Biggy for Mac OS X (10.2 and greater)- BIG Cursors for Mac OS X


Point To Pictures Studio - the only program we know of that truly addresses the very early functioning learner with 'concrete' needs. AND we have added some great new text oriented options for 'higher' learners. AND we have added a *super* clipPhoto library of 10,000 real-life photographs!


SwitchMan! - cause/effect animations with a built-in 'friend'


Magic Arm Device Adapter - NEW way to mount all sorts of stuff to our Magic Arm


ICanEmail - NEW Large print, talking, *simple* email program


SmartNav - head control of your computer!


Free Mini-Games from Mindplay
Some of Mindplay's previous educational games included little mini-games and exercises. Below are some of those mini-games.

They are free for you to download and use. They are playable by themselves and do not require the original game to run.

Mindplay does not provide any technical support for the mini-games.

Download times will vary depending on the file size and the speed of your modem. If you have problems downloading, please send e-mail to tech@mindplay.com


Click-n-Color™ Counting with Tiny™
Download Mac Version
file size: 1.34 MB Download Mac Version
file size: 660 KB
Download Windows Version
file size: 1.37 MB Download Windows Version
file size: 826 KB

Leaping Numbers™ Pattern Joust™
Download Mac Version
file size: 829 KB Download Mac Version
file size: 1.25 MB
Download Windows Version
file size: 1.12 MB Download Windows Version
file size: 1.28 MB

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Teknik Baru Didik Anak Autistik

Teknik Baru Didik Anak Autistik

WASHINGTON 14 April - Kejayaan sekolah Ivymount di Rockville dekat sini membantu kanak-kanak autistik supaya lebih berkeyakinan dan mampu berinteraksi melalui teknik pengajaran dengan muzik, nyanyian serta tarian menarik perhatian Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor.

Isteri Perdana Menteri berkata, kejayaan sekolah itu yang merupakan sekolah harian bukan berasaskan keuntungan “amat memberangsangkan”.
"Walaupun kanak-kanak ini lembam dan autisme, tetapi mempunyai bakat yang tersendiri dalam diri mereka, dan jika diberi pendedahan dalam muzik, mereka bukan sahaja ada bakat tetapi juga mampu mengubah lagu dan sebagainya,” katanya kepada wartawan Malaysia di sini, semalam.

Rosmah yang juga Presiden Bakti berkata demikian selepas mengadakan lawatan bersama anggota badan itu ke sekolah Ivymount yang terletak kira-kira 20km dari ibu kota Amerika Syarikat.

Sekolah itu yang ditubuhkan hampir 50 tahun lepas bermula dengan seorang pelajar kini mempunyai lebih 200 pelajar berumur dari empat hingga 21 tahun yang mempunyai “kekurangan keupayaan termasuk kurang daya kebolehan pembelajaran khusus, pelbagai kekurangan berkomunikasi atau kelemahan bahasa, kecacatan mental dan masalah kesihatan lain dan autisme. - Bernama

Sumber : Utusan Online

What are special educational needs?

What are special educational needs?

If your child has more difficulties than most children their age with schoolwork, communication or behaviour, plenty of help and advice is at hand from special educational needs specialists, teachers and voluntary organisations.
What 'special educational needs' means

The term 'special educational needs' (SEN) has a legal definition, referring to children who have learning difficulties or disabilities that make it harder for them to learn or access education than most children of the same age.

Many children will have SEN of some kind at some time during their education. Help will usually be provided in their ordinary, mainstream early education setting or school, sometimes with the help of outside specialists.

If your child has special educational needs, they may need extra help in a range of areas, for example:

reading, writing, number work or understanding information
expressing themselves or understanding what others are saying
making friends or relating to adults
behaving properly in school
organising themselves
some kind of sensory or physical needs which may affect them in school
Your child's progress at school
Children make progress at different rates and have different ways in which they learn best. When planning lessons based around the National Curriculum, your child's teacher will take account of this by looking carefully at how they organise their lessons, classroom, books and materials.

The teacher will then choose suitable ways to help your child learn from a range of activities (often described as 'differentiating the curriculum').

If your child is making slower progress or having particular difficulties in one area, they may be given extra help or different lessons to help them succeed.

Just because your child is making slower progress than you expected or the teachers are providing different support, help or activities in class, this doesn't necessarily mean that your child has SEN.
Getting help for your child
Your child's early years are a very important time for their physical, emotional, intellectual and social development. When the health visitor or doctor makes a routine check, they might suggest that there could be a problem. If you have any worries of your own, you should ask for advice straightaway.

You should first go to your child's class teacher, the SENCO (the person in the school or preschool who is responsible for coordinating help for children with special educational needs) or the headteacher.

You could ask them if:

the school thinks your child is having difficulties and/or has SEN
your child is able to work at the same level as children of the same age
your child is already getting extra help
you can help your child
If your child's school agrees that he or she has SEN in some areas, they will adopt a step-by-step approach to meeting these needs.

Special educational needs: a step-by-step approach Identifying special educational needs in under fives Getting help for special educational needs in under fives Special educational needs: basic principles
There are a number of basic principles that all those involved in your child's education will consider. When talking to your child's teachers, there are some basic points to bear in mind:

if your child has SEN their needs should be met and they should receive a broad, well-balanced and relevant education
your views should always be taken into account and the wishes of your child should be listened to
your child's needs will usually be met in a mainstream school, sometimes with the help of outside specialists
you should be consulted on all the decisions that affect your child
you have a vital role to play in your child's education
If your child has SEN, there are also a number of organisations that will be of help.

Support for special educational needs: parent partnership services and other organisations More useful links

Special Ed Lesson Plans: Top 10 Web Resources

Special Ed Lesson Plans: Top 10 Web Resources

As a special education teacher, you have to constantly find new and innovative ways to teach material to your students. What you teach depends on your grade level and the abilities of your students, but typically, no matter what the topic, it is difficult for these students to grasp concepts or perform tasks. If you’re frustrated with creating lesson plans, there are a number of web resources you can use to help you with the work. Here are the top 10 web resources for special education lesson plans:

Teach-nology.com: This is a great resource for teachers because it aggregates lesson plans from across the Internet. There’s also a section of the site where teachers can upload their own lesson plans, which is extremely helpful to other teachers.
TeachersNerwork.org: This site has a healthy category for special education, as well as categories for other teachers, so all of your bases are covered. Even if you can’t find what you need in the special education section, you can look at other sections and modify those lesson plans for your students.
Teachers.net: Real teachers submit all of the special education lesson plans on this site, so you know they’ve been tested and actually do work well with students. They have plans for elementary through middle school students.
SpecialEducatorsWebpages.com: This site by Kay Davis has not only lesson plans for special ed teachers, but also a number of other awesome related resources as well. It’s a great website to bookmark!
LDOnline.org: This is the world’s leading website on learning disabilities, so they have awesome resource for teachers at all educational levels. It takes a little hunting on the site to find actual lesson plans, but there’s a lot of cool reading to be done on this website, which can inspire you to create lesson plans of your own.
Marc’s Lesson Plans Page (http://www.halcyon.com/marcs/lessons.html): This website includes a number of lesson plans, all modified for special needs students. Marc also lists dozens of places to go for other lesson plans, both for special education classes and other classes.
EducationWorld.com: This is a great site for lesson plans, which are sorted by type, and while you’re there, you can also read about professional development, administration, using technology in the classroom, and more.
VSArts.org: VSA is an international organization that combines special education and the arts. There are a lot of valuable resources on their site that can help you with using art, music, and more in the classroom.
edHelper.com: There are plenty of lesson plans on this site, all surrounding weekly themes, which makes the learning fun for students.
YouthFirst.org: If you search by subject matter, you’ll find resources for teachers by grade level. The great thing about this website is that it includes resources not only special ed students with disabilities, but also for gifted students.
Remember, you can also go to the website for the Office of Special Education Programs for more special education teaching resources and information.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

sekolah pendidikan khas tajaan ngo verses pdk ........

sekolah pendidikan khas tajaan NGO/ swasta ada 9 di seluruh Malaysia....

dan anak2 murid mereka semuanya memakai baju / pakaian seragam sekolah .....

Cuba bezakan di PDK.......

fikir2kanlah ye...malas nak cakap.....

fikir ajelah .......

Sekolah Pendidikan Khas/Istimewa

Sekolah Pendidikan Khas/Istimewa

Jumlah sekolah dalam kategori ini: 9
No. Nama Alamat
1. Pusat Asuhan Kanak-kanak Spastik (Pusakas)
Rumah Sri Kenangan
Taman Kemumin
Tel: 09-7746118
Fax: 09-2234029

2. Pusat Down's Syndrome Kinwanis
40A, Jalan Abdul Samad
Tel: 07-2244158

3. Pusat Harian Sinaran Harapan
No.38, Mukim 7, Lot PT-3,
Jalan Permata Rawa Satu
Pulau Pinang
Tel: 04-5397568

4. Pusat Pertuturan KIU
25A, Jalan Kampung Pandan
Wilayah Persekutuan
Tel: 03-92870738
Fax: 03-92870733

5. Sekolah Kanak-kanak Istimewa Johor Bharu
Lot 17882, Jalan Gertak Merah
Tel: 07-224 7243
Fax: 07-224 0962

6. Sekolah Kanak-Kanak Pekak Selangor
Lot 2A & 2B, Jalan SS 5D/6
Kelana Jaya
Tel: 03-78042897
Fax: 03-78042987

7. Sekolah Kanak-kanak Spastik
425, Jalan Masjid Negeri
Pulau Pinang
Tel: 04-657 0160
Fax: 04-656 3066

8. Sekolah Kanak-kanak Spastik Johor
138, Jalan Dato' Menteri
Tel: 07-2235452
Fax: 07-2234029

9. Sekolah Kanak-kanak Terencat Akal
Jalan Dato' Keramat
Pulau Pinang
Tel: 04-2263325
Fax: 04-2263325

10. Sekolah Semangat Maju (Terencat Akal)
Lot 61106 Lorong Tawas,
29, Kg. Tawas
Tel: 05-5470186
Fax: 05-5456323

7 IPTA anggotai jawatankuasa kerja sosial

7 IPTA anggotai jawatankuasa kerja sosial

IPTA terbabit ialah Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas), Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Universiti Malaya (UM), Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) dan Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM).

Pengerusi barunya, Sharima Ruwaida Abbas, berkata jawatankuasa kerja itu berfungsi menyediakan piawaian bagi pendidikan dan latihan dalam jurusan kerja sosial untuk melahirkan pekerja sosial cekap serta profesional. Beliau yang juga pensyarah Jabatan Kerja Sosial, Fakulti Pembangunan Sosial dan Manusia, UUM, berkata, ia bertanggungjawab memperincikan dasar pendidikan serta piawaian berakreditasi untuk kursus kerja sosial profesional.

“Dengan adanya dasar pendidikan kerja sosial dan piawaian berakreditasi ini, ia memberi jaminan kepada graduan mendapat pengiktirafan melalui pendaftaran serta lesen apabila mereka menjadi pengamal kerja sosial.

“Malah, dasar ini menyokong pembentukan Piawaian Kecekapan Amalan dan Pendidikan Kerja Sosial Kebangsaan yang diusahakan Persatuan Pekerja Sosial Malaysia serta Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat Malaysia (JKMM).

“Selain itu, ia diperkenan Kementerian Pembangunan Wanita, Keluarga dan Masyarakat pada mesyuarat ‘Stakeholders’ tahun lalu dan turut diterapkan dalam Rancangan Malaysia ke-9,” katanya kepada Berita Harian, semalam. Beliau berkata, penetapan itu juga mengambil kira piawaian global bagi Pendidikan dan Latihan Kerja Sosial (2004) yang ditetapkan International Federation of Social Work (IFSW) dan International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW).

Sambil menjelaskan jawatankuasa itu inisiatif awal USM iaitu universiti pertama menawarkan kursus kerja sosial dengan pensyarah kerja sosialnya, Prof Madya Dr Ismail Baba, sebagai pengerusi pertama jawatankuasa berkenaan, beliau berkata:

“Dokumen dasar pendidikan kerja sosial ini telah diserah kepada JKMM untuk diberi kepada Kementerian Pembangunan Wanita, Keluarga dan Masyarakat.

“Jawatankuasa ini pula menyerahkan dokumen sama kepada Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi melalui Jabatan Pengurusan Institusi Pengajian Tinggi dan semua IPTA terbabit.”

Kerja sosial berbeza berbanding kerja kebajikan kerana ia satu profesion berdasarkan nilai, pengetahuan dan etika dalam meningkatkan kualiti hidup manusia serta membuat perubahan sosial. Kerja kebajikan secara sukarela dan dilakukan atas dasar kemanusiaan.

daripada: http://www.kpwkm.gov.my/new_index.php?page=news_content&newsID=91&lang=malay&pages=45