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A Fresh Breath
Here are over 70 video clips to teach the different zones. All clips are already broken up into the corresponding zone. Many of the clips are from recent movies (to help with student buy-in and entertain while teaching). The clips are all only a few minutes long so they dont take up too much time and can be fit into a short time period.
This Emotions Adapted Books, "How Would You Feel" Mini-Bundle focuses on understanding emotions and includes 2 "How Would You Feel?" Adapted Books, and 1 set of "How Would You Feel Task Cards?" In each activity, students are given a scenario and asked to identify the emotion that they would feel that situation. The first adapted book, "How Would You Feel?" 1, focuses on the identifying the following emotions/feelings: happy, sad, angry, frustrated, excited, and sad.
Behavioral Tools for Perfectionists' Meltdowns
Do you have students with autism who need to learn appropriate coping strategies to avoid overreacting if they make a mistake. Social stories, contingency maps, and size of my problem scales can help students learn better ways to manage their own behavior. This post describes these tools and how they can be used.
A better way to deal with disruptive students in middle and high school. Print these out on quarter- or half- sheets and hand them to students who are off-task or disruptive. Or laminate a few and have dry- or wet-erase markers on hand. A behavior slip forces the student to think about their actions and how they can prevent them in the future, without taking up extra class time for discipline! Students are less likely to act up if they know they'll have to fill one of these out every time.
Special Education How to Be a Resource Specialist
Special Education: How to Be a Resource Specialist Being a Special Education Teacher is a challenging and difficult job. Learn how to collaborate, write IEP's, behavior management skills, tips for working with children with autism and learning disabilities.
Self Control Bubbles - A behavior management teaching tool!
Self Control Bubbles - A behavior management teaching tool! Self Control Bubbles are an easy and effective teaching tool to use in any classroom. All you need is some dollar store bubbles! This file contains an explanation of how to implement this strategy, a label for your Self Control Bubbles, and 3 simple recording sheets.