Strategies for Oppositional Kids
Working with kids and young adults who are oppositional can be challenging. Being oppositional might mean refusing to do work, breaking rules, and engaging in other challenging behaviors. The truth is, many kids can be oppositional from time to time, so many of these strategies work with all learner
PBIS Monthly Traits | Compassion & Respect and Responsibility & Integrity
PBIS posters and printables for teaching the traits of Compassion and Respect AND Responsibility and Integrity
Social Thinking FREEBIES!
FREE early elementary printables - free social awareness resources - teach kids social thinking - elementary school counseling - mindful parenting - family and parenting free resources - first and second grade printables - pediatrics #freekindergarten #socialemotionallearning
understanding the functions of behavior
Parents and caregivers of children with and without autism often ask many questions that start with- "Why does my child do (blank)?" or, "Why can’t I get my child to do (blank)?" To be able to answer these questions in my own life, it was imperative for me to first understand the FUNCTIONS OF BEHAVIOR- "FOB"- (Just kidding. For once, that isn't an actual acronym, but it made me giggle so I'm keeping it in here.) Understanding the function of behavior is a cornerstone of ABA. Applied Behavior…
Escape Behaviors - The Autism Helper
Many children (with & without autism) have misbehaviors that are used to get out of work. We look at escape behaviors & ways to respond on the blog! From theautismhelper.com #theautismhelper
Why I Will Not Praise My Students
Praising students can actually cause more harm than good. Find out what happens when we praise students and what you could do instead!