EBD: I chose to pin this anchor chart because I feel that the visual nature of the information makes the message more easily understood. I could see myself walking my classroom of students through this chart if their peer(s) is diagnosed with an emotional and/or behavioral disorder in order for all students to gain a better understanding of the actions that I would be taking in the classroom. I also like the helpful suggestions at the bottom of the chart!
Manage classroom behaviors with a calm down kit! Use these visual tools to help students learn to regulate emotions and cope with challenges in an appropriate manner. This is great for students with autism and special needs.
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Best classroom management tool ever! This Behavior Reflections freebie is a great way to handle student misbehavior. Having kids fill out this graphic organizer helps them understand why they engage in disruptive behaviors as well as the consequences of their choices and actions.
Asperger Syndrome and Difficult Moments: Practical Solutions for Tantrums, Rage and Meltdowns. Tried-and-true solutions minimize the often frightening circumstances that surround the rage cycle – not only for the child with Asperger Syndrome but others in the environment as well. Autism Books, Special Needs, Asperger, ASD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Autism Behavior
Cognitive behavioral interventions for children with ASD need to be visual, engaging and fine-tuned to the particular needs of kids on the spectrum. Here are eight activities for mental health professionals, teachers and SLP's. Tags: autism, asperger's, social skills games, cognitive behavioral therapy. This was pinned by pinterest.com/joelshaul/ Follow all our boards.