Literacy World: Stage 1 Non Fiction

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As evidenced by its copious architectural and environmental awards, Chartwell School is designed to minimize the use of electricity and provide natural light as a stimulant for classroom learning. Adolescents on the autism spectrum have unique challenges that are often hard for their parents, teachers, and peers to understand. The Tree House Weather Kids The Tree house Weather Kids is designed for teachers and students in the 5th – 8th grades.

Now Is the Time for Running

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When saying "No", remember to use assertive body language (e.g. standing straight, eye contact, speaking loudly enough that the other person can hear). While your child doesn’t have to be a social butterfly, knowing how to make friends and share feelings with others just makes life better! Video, likely one of the most flexible tools for integrating multimedia social skills instruction into the classroom, is particularly useful in this regard.

Be Good to Eddie Lee

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The dramatic socioeconomic divide in education doesn't help matters. The camp works on social skills with these individuals and promotes more connectedness between them all. There are over 50 specific social skills that are employed along with a rich array of social scenarios and tips for more effective social interactions. I love the fact that the visuals are already incorporated into the materials. When students feel socialized and accepted, they perform better academically.

An Exceptional Children's Guide to Touch: Teaching Social

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Its small classes, specialized instruction, and custom curricula accommodate the needs of its students who are challenged with learning, speech/language, sensory-motor, attention, and social skill delays. Students are required to have a plan in place that places them in regular and continuous contact with people in the community to help them achieve the goals for this plan by the time they exit high school. Info/regis: Bobbie at 610-696-8090, ext. 200.

Body Changes (Face the Facts)

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Inclusion is “the act or practice of including students with disabilities in regular school classes” as defined in Webster's dictionary (Webster, 2003). AUTISM – SPARC – Southeastern PA Resource Center in partnership with WCU. To register: (847) 755-8090, select option No. 5 and leave a message. Many of my former students could tell me (after the fact) what they SHOULD have done in that situation. Most parents of children this age have had to console youngsters who complain, “Nobody likes me,” after being left off a guest list for a party or not chosen for a team.

My Name Is Not Slow: Kids With Intellectual Disabilities

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Algebra Help – Lessons, calculators, worksheets and more are presented here for middle school students to gain help in algebra. Preschool Social Skills Worksheets and Printables. Anyone who is a student under the age of 18 or still attending high school can attend. www.cciu.org/site/Default.aspx? Teach students to write details that show rather than tell. How to Study in Middle School – This website offers practical study tips for middle schoolers, such as using a planner and looking for key words and phrases while studying.

Morris and Buddy: The Story of the First Seeing Eye Dog

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This is supported by research on video modeling; children will internalize behaviours more effectively if they are their own model in the video or visual social story. [Model Me Kids for iPad – Model Me Kids DVDs have been around for a while, and we have always found them to be very effective for teaching various social skills in different environments. For example, if they are experiencing extreme levels of anxiety in social situations, it might be useful to talk about this with the person's GP.

I Can Do It Too

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In considering what goals may be appropriate for an individual student, the Department's Technical Assistance Advisory SPED 2011-2: Bullying Prevention and Intervention referred to the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) 7 for current research on specific skills and proficiencies needed to avoid bullying, harassment, and teasing. Children's literature is a resource for instruction that also incorporates other academic skills. A large body of research suggests that children in foster care are among the most at risk for poor life outcomes in American society.

Girl, Stolen

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Alternative Programs for Students with Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Problems. Unlike in aggressive behaviour (which attempts to bully or intimidate others into giving way), passive behaviour (which gives in to others regardless of how one feels about it), or passive-aggressive behaviour (which attempts to sabotage others without actually asserting oneself), assertiveness seeks to find a 'win-win' resolution to a conflict. After speaking about general issues such as current events, try bringing up more personal topics.

What Does it Mean to be Deaf? (What does it mean to

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Get It Write – This site for middle and high school students offers beginning writers information on punctuation, grammar, word usage and more. Call 610-594-9740 for date and time. www.ccysp.org. It includes training in everyday environments and during activities that take place throughout the day, rather than only at "therapy time" (Kaiser, Yoder, & Keetz, 1992). Union County Department of Parks and Recreation, 908-527-4781. They are inside, so we opted for Quest Camp.