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One of the four components of the Full Scale Intelligence Quotient (FSIQ) as determined by the standardized Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, fourth edition (WISC-iv). The PRI is a measure of visual perception, organization and reasoning using only visually (nonverbal) material.

An area of student need, involving hygiene, dressing, toileting and/or eating.

An area of student need, involving a student’s own personal safety and/or the safety of others.

An area of student need, involving detecting and discriminating differences in speech sounds. This is an oral skill and is not based on the student’s knowledge of letters.

A formal exceptionality, identified by an Identification Placement and Review Committee (IPRC), in the category of Physical.

Trained in the instructional support and treatment of people with physical disabilities, mainly in improving muscle, bone, joint and nerve usage. A doctor's prescription or referral is usually needed in order to obtain support of a physical therapist. Some PTs support students within schools.
A policy/program directive issued by the Ontario Ministry of Education for all school boards to follow pertaining to the teaching of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) utilizing Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). PPM 140 mandates that students with ASD be offered an individualized program, based on positive reinforcement, data collection, with the transfer of skills and transition planning.

A diagnosed anxiety condition that can develop after exposure to any event which results in psychological trauma.

A diagnosed genetic condition, caused by the absence of chromosomal material. Characteristics include developmental impairments, poor muscle tone, short stature, small hands and feet, abnormal sexual development and distinguishing facial features. Insatiable appetite is a feature of PWS, and this can lead to health problems with obesity and with the consumption of non-food items.

An area of student need, involving difficulty with the speed and automaticity of cognitive skills.

A measure of cognitive efficiency, one of the four main components measured by the WISC-iv that makes up a student’s Full Scale Intelligence Quotient (FSIQ). Processing speed measures the automatic skills pertaining to attention and concentration.
Ontario Ministry of Education generated report card template with elementary and secondary versions for the reporting of student achievement per subject area. The IEP box is marked only when the student is working on modified programming of the indicated subject. The Provincial Report Card is used in all publically funded schools in Ontario.
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