Resources for Educators

FASD: A Quick Guide for Schools

Lakeland Centre for FASD (2007)

http://lcfasd.com/book-store/, www.mingamarketplace.com

This book is quick reference tool for schools to improve the experience of students with FASD, and is also available in French upon request.  The resource is available for purchase through Lakeland Centre and Minga Marketplace.

 

Forgetful Frankie: The World’s Greatest Rock Skipper

Bobula, J., and Bobula, K. (2009) Wildberry Productions

www.mingamarketplace.com

The inspiring story of Forgetful Frankie reveals the world of a child living with FASD in an entertaining and educational way.  This engaging story helps readers develop a greater understanding of FASD and a sense of empathy and compassion for those living with the condition, a great resource for helping classmates understand a student with FASD.  This resource is available for purchase through Minga Marketplace.

 

Learning about FASD: A Teaching Package for Post-Secondary Institutions

www.preventioninstitute.sk.ca/http://www.skprevention.ca/shop/learning-about-fasd-modules/

Saskatchewan Prevention Institute (2009)

This resource is meant for use by post secondary instructors and professors to assist in providing information and education about FASD to students enrolled in professional programs where in the future they may work with women of child bearing age.  The DVD contains digital copies of the print resource as well as a copy of a PowerPoint that can be used in classrooms.  The package is available for free order through the Saskatchewan Prevention Institute.

 

Making a Difference: Working with Students Who Have Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

Yukon Education (2006) Government of Yukon Government

http://www.education.gov.yk.ca/pdf/publications/fasd_manual_2007.pdf

This guidebook for educators offers an understanding of children whose brains have been impacted by prenatal alcohol exposure, specifically in terms of the implications for learning and engagement in the classroom.

 

Provincial Outreach Program for FASD (POPFASD)

www.fasdoutreach.ca/

Funded by the British Columbia Ministry of Education, POPFASD offers an abundance of information and resources on FASD particularly useful for classroom teachers and other educators.  Check out their e-learning video series!

 

It Takes Two to TalkNEW! It Takes Two to Talk: A Practical Guide for Parents of Children with Language Delays $59.95