Ann Delaney
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Before you FB, TXT, Tweet, or Blog: THINK

This is a very clear and concise way to lay out what students should think about before they post or send anything on social media. It's a great reminder for them about social media etiquette and internet safety!

In this post, I describe a simple and effective way to use the visual of a rope to help kids with Asperger's and other ASD's to understand how they are "tied" to their peers.

This post describes a simple and effective way to use the visual of a rope to help kids on the spectrum understand how they are "tied" to their peers.

Free! Facebook themed get to know you!

Grasp the students interest by having them "update their status" through a…

Movie Time Social Learning

Movie Time Social Learning: book to support using movies to teach social situations.

Use This Body Language Cheat Sheet to Decode Common Non-Verbal Cues.

Use This Body Language Cheat Sheet to Decode Common Non-Verbal Cues - GREAT! (The attached image identifies helpful nonverbal signs that can allows us to better observe and understand what others really mean.

Different Style of Social Behavior Mapping

Teaching expected and unexpected behaviors and how they make people feel is key to the Social Thinking Program. This behavior map is a different way to look at cause and effect.

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The Tell-Tale Eye- Emotions Revealed Infographic is one of the best Infographics created in the Other category. Check out The Tell-Tale Eye- Emotions Revealed now!