Remember the Behavior ABCs: Antecedent, Behavior, Consequence. This chart shows the functions or purposes of many classroom behaviors. If you can figure out WHY the child is doing a certain thing, you might be able to eliminate the cause, and the behavior may stop. - repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our ped therapy, school psych, school nursing & special ed pins
Remember the Behavior ABCs
Free Feelings Face Book - Print 4 pages per sheet to create Feelings Go Fish!
Feeling Face Book - Tip Junkie
I have learned not to assume an #autistic person will never learn to do something. We cannot predict what another person will be able to learn in the future.
Autism, Airports and Lifelong Learning by Judy Endow
Executive Function and School Performance: A 21st Century Challenge
Teens & Transition- When we talk about "transition," we're referring to the process of preparing your teenage child to be college- and career-ready – starting during the middle-school years and continuing through high school and beyond. Learn more about how to help your teen with a learning disability plan for the future and become an effective self-advocate.
Executive Dysfunction or Lack of Motivation?
Different aspects of executive function—emotion, attention, behavior—are like a braid, says Dr. Jacobson. They develop together and impact each other. In a child with executive dysfunction, it may be difficult to tease these apart.
Guidelines for Differentiating and the Common Core Along with A Freebie
stranger danger with tips on using the circles - just be careful and realize that predators don't have to be strangers
Boys were three times more likely to be expelled than girls (file picture)
In-School Strategies Can Help with Students with Memory after TBI- Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins
10 Promises Every Special Educator Should Make To Their Students’ Parents