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!
Feelings Game: Here are a range of worksheets developed by the Children's Involvement Team, to aid direct work with children and young people. The worksheets are all around children's wishes and feelings.
Eating disorders are driven by an intense fear of becoming overweight, damaging both physical and mental health. The two most common eating disorders are anerexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, although their symptoms are often mixed.Eating disorders affect seven girls in every 1,000, and one boy in every 1,000. It usually begins to be a problem at teenage years, but can happen at any time.It's not known for certain what causes them, but many factors could play a part --Social pressure…
Individual triggers chart to use with students. Numbered 1-5 from bottom (happy) to top (angry) with simple statements, symbol style image support and space for writing possible triggers. A4 size but could be resized if necessary. The two versions are identical except for the skin tone used on the images