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The Ten Commandments of Setting Up Structured Work Systems
Independent work systems (TEACCH) are a staple in many autism and other special education classrooms. They are considered an emerging or evidence-based practice for teaching independence. Setting them up and using them correctly are critical. Here are 10 tips to get your started on setting up and using them. via @drchrisreeve
Teaching Science in the Special Education Classroom
Teaching science in the special education classroom can be one of the most interesting but challenging topics for our students. Hop over to find some ways to present it and document progress for alternative assessment. And check out the materials I use to teach the butterfly life cycle.
What Color Are My Feelings? Workbook: Middle School Edition
Many of you enjoyed the elementary version of the Zones Workbook I posted. Here is the middle school version! Reinforce the Zones of Regulation concepts with 25 interactive worksheet activities that compile into a personalized workbook!
Behavior Task Cards (w/Real Photos) - $3.50 : File Folder Games at File Folder Heaven - Printable, hands-on fun!
These Behavior Task Cards (w/Real Photos) include 1 complete set of "Go Behaviors/No Behaviors" Task Cards with a total of 30 (very large--almost a half of a page in size) cards included that focus on social skills and appropriate school behavior. These task cards are intended for students benefit from large, clear, visuals and real photos. What are "Go Behaviors and No Behaviors?" A Go Behavior is a good behavior. This means, "It's good. Go ahead and do it." A "No Behavior" is a bad behavior.
Problem Solving Behaviors | Differentiated Activities For K-5th
Expected vs. Unexpected Behavior When Having A Problem The concept in this activity is adapted from the work of Michelle Garcia-Winner, SLP. It explicitly teaches the ever important concept of Expected vs. Unexpected behavior, this time, when you are having a problem. Children enjoy making this behavior chart and also discussing the scenario cards and doing role plays. Read the social story either before or after the lesson or as needed with individual students.