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"A good teacher must be able to put himself in the place of those who find learning hard." Eliphas Levi
 
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Cecelia Magro I Love 1st Grade
Lynn,
I see you live in California. We are considering moving there and are wondering about exceptional school districts in the LA surrounding areas. Our son is 13 with ASD and considerably behavioral. We are interested in great high schools and transition programs. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you!
nycecelia@comcast.net

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March 9, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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Lynn Hubbell  (TpT Seller)
Hi Cecelia,

I just sent you a manifesto via email. I am assuming your son has an IEP, right?

Lynn
March 10, 2014 Report inappropriate comment

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Lynn, would you shoot me an email at jchristensen9661@gmail.com.
No worries :) I just have a small "thank you" for your helpful input on my cell organelles product update.

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Sandra A.
SLP here. Just found you. Love your products! You just filled my wish list! Thanks for sharing your experience and knowledge!
January 26, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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Lynn Hubbell  (TpT Seller)
You are so sweet!! Thank you so much. You have made my day and then some! I have a soft spot in my heart for SLPs. I have worked with them for years and think they are unsung heroes in our schools who don't get nearly enough credit for what they do (and that's without counting the mental calculus they have to do when creating and juggling their therapy schedules during the school day.) Closer to home, my daughter Stephanie, who's test driven (and inspired) a number of my products, is graduating from a speech pathology program this May.

My warmest regards,
Lynn
January 26, 2014 Report inappropriate comment

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Buyer re: Sometimes I Feel Green
I like this product and would love to use it in my class, except at our school our green is blue and blue is green. Can you make any changes to this?
December 13, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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Lynn Hubbell  (TpT Seller)
Unfortunately, I lost my original file in a virus catastrophe sometime back so can't play with it to modify it, since all I am left with right now is the pdf file. I am hoping to revise this product sometime in the near future and if you send your email address to me at lynnhubbell@gmail.com I would be happy to send you the word file when I do and work with you to modify it or just send you the editable document. In the meantime, if you have access to a copier with pdf capability you may be able to cut and paste the desired colors over the ones you want to change and create a modified document that would better serve your needs.
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Kimberly M. re: I Can Use My Classroom Voice
I want to purchase this item, but I would like to know how many pages the story includes? Thank you, Kim:)
March 16, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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Lynn Hubbell  (TpT Seller)
The behavior story itself is 15 pages long. It also includes a short teaching guide, 3 review worksheets and an anchor chart.
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Jennifer Findley  (TpT Seller)
Hello! I need some help! I need some resources for a special ed 5th grade student with behavior problems.

His IQ is 65.
He has functioned in class so far (good news, as most of my sped students in the past have had learned helplessness)
He does VERY annoying things such as:
burping
laughing at inappropriate times
going HUH at random times
assuming every comment is directed at him
playing in his desk
drawing or coloring
making noises
talking when he is not supposed to


When I say something to him or even give him a look he immediately gets angry/whiney. Example: WHAT? I didn't do anything!? It is getting very annoying. Today he had a semi meltdown and I refuse to get into an argument with him but he does not stop when he gets in trouble. He continues to whine or argue.

I talked to his previous teacher and asked if he was on an individualized behavior plan and she said no and that he wasn't intelluctually able to handle it. I still want to try one with him.

Do you have any resources that you can recommend? Thanks

Jennifer
August 14, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
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Lynn Hubbell  (TpT Seller)
Hi Jennifer,

Sounds like you have your hands full. Obviously without knowing your student, district or classroom I can only offer you hypotheticals here, but if this were my consult I would really want to take a look at the student’s IEP in regards to the goals which are being worked on as well as the level of support the student is receiving. On the face of it, I might be inclined to call an IEP meeting to review the goals, to see if they are targeting the social and behavioral issues he appears to be struggling with and to discuss adding a behavior support plan to address the behaviors you describe in your email. It has never been my experience that a child with an IQ of 65 is not intellectually able to handle a behavior plan.


My challenge in responding to your email is that I think of behavior plans as being the creation of an IEP meeting and therefore a team effort. Most of the books and articles I might otherwise suggest involve more than what one might reasonably expect from a gen ed teacher spinning a bunch of other plates. Until and unless the IEP team addresses these behaviors, as a gen ed teacher, you might be better served with behavior contract. If you haven’t found Intervention Central already, I’m attaching a link to it here. I particularly like the reinforcement resources here because, from my perspective, the first and most important step in contracting with a student will be identifying rewards he will be willing to work for and identifying exactly what he will need to do, or not do, in order to earn them. From what I picked up in your email I would probably target sitting calmly in class and accepting feedback appropriately. I’m sure there are other behaviors to address, but without knowing him it’s hard for me to say, and you are certainly going to want to choose your battles and zero in on the ones that are really driving you a up a tree.


For what they might be worth, I am attaching a number of other links for you to look through. Feel free to get back to me if you have any questions about why I included them. Believe me, I wish there was a magic bullet in here, but there’s not. Keep the faith.

Lynn

http://www.interventioncentral.org/behavioral-interventions

http://www.interventioncentral.org/behavioral-interventions/challenging-students/behavior-contracts

http://www.socialthinking.com/what-is-social-thinking

http://www.wrightslaw.com/info/discipl.fab.starin.htm

http://www.behavioradvisor.com/DRO.html

http://www.do2learn.comhttp://www.behavioradvisor.com/DRO.html/disabilities/FASDtoolbox/classroom_management/behavior_in_the_classroom/behavior_management_plan/overview.htm

http://www.ldonline.org/article/6035/

http://www.ldonline.org/article/6165/

PS.... Here's a shameless plug, but you might look over the "My Daily Check-In Chart" strategy that's a freebie in my store. It's pretty adaptable and might be a starting point for outlining expectations to your kiddo and delivering him both consistent feedback throughout the day as well as reinforcement for demonstrating improved behavior.
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Jennifer Findley  (TpT Seller)
I am so glad I found your store! I could have really used you the past few years with my autistic students! I will hae to wait and see what the new school year brings me, but I am sure I will be visiting your store again for my future needs. I am your newest follower!
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Lynn Hubbell  (TpT Seller)
I am thrilled to have a new follower! I find every year to be a new adventure. One never knows who will be walking in the door. I am delighted at the thought that others might find these materials helpful. Thanks so much for dropping me a line.
July 19, 2012 Report inappropriate comment

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Scipi  (TpT Seller) re: Sometimes I Feel Green
I saw your posting on the Sellers Forum page of Teachers Pay Teachers; so, I thought I would look at your freebie. Your free item is excellent, and I don't give that complement very often to a new person.

Here are a couple of suggestions that might help you to better market your products. First, add a second page which is a directions or suggestions page. List several ways you use this product in your classroom. (How do you use this? Etc.) Never assume that a buyer knows how, why, or when to use your product. I noticed you uses the footer to put your name and date of creation but you need to add the copyright symbol on EVERY page as well. You can find that under insert, and to the left will be symbols. Items, especially free ones, have been "stolen" from TPT and posted on other sites to be sold. You have to protect all of your creations. Also, number your pages.

It is important that we see what others are doing; so, feel free to look at any or all of my freebies listed below to gather some ideas. If you care to, a rating or any feedback you might have would be great.

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Trash-to-Treasure-FREE-Activities-Lessons-Using-Recycled-Items

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Dots-Fun-FREE-Primary-Grades-Resource-using-dominoes

I am now your 2nd follower, and hope you will reciprocate at my store as well. http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/SciPi/Products

Welcome to TPT, and good luck with selling!
July 3, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
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Lynn Hubbell  (TpT Seller)
This is such helpful information. It's so nice to have the insight of someone who has been doing this successfully for awhile. While I have made these materials available to our district teachers for some time now, this is my first stab at actually trying to market (and needing to protect) them. I really do appreciate the insight. I also appreciate the links to your sites. I will check them out. Thanks again.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I began teaching more than twenty years ago and have taught special and general education classes, at the elementary and secondary levels. Currently I serve as a special education program specialist in a public school district, providing consultation support to both special and general education teachers of students with special needs. As a consultant I spend much of my time assisting our teachers to implement positive behavior supports within their classrooms in order to meet the needs of all of their students, but particularly those who demonstrate significant social, emotional and behavioral challenges.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I recently read an obituary of one of my mother's old friends, who had served as a high school administrator for many years. In it, she was quoted as having once said, "there are no problem students, just students with problems." That struck a chord in me, and it made me wish I had said it first. I have many gurus, but at the top of my list is Diana Browning Wright (Co-founder, Positive Environments, Network of Trainers), who has said, "No teaching strategy or intervention will result in high student achievement if a teacher doesn't genuinely care about the student and the student believes that." I wish I had said that too. In my work I regularly present staff development workshops. When I do I usually find a way to include in my presentation two statements that describe what I think are the most effective strategies for ensuring positive educational outcomes for all students: 1. Don't assume students know how we want them to behave. We must label the behavior and teach it; and, 2. If we don't reinforce the behavior we want to see when we see it, we may rarely see it.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I am certified as a Behavior Intervention Case Manager, or BICM, in the state of California. State regulations require that an IEP team be supported by a BICM when developing a positive behavior intervention plan (PBIP). In addition to laying out guidelines for reinforcing positive behaviors and assigning consequences for misbehavior, a PBIP must also outline a plan for teaching replacement behaviors to the student.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

In addition to both a single subject and special education teaching credential, I earned a Bachelor's Degree as well as a Master's Degree in Educational Psychology from Loyola Marymount University.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I think teaching is in my blood. I come from a long line of teachers and married an educator. Joe and I have three kids and I am ridiculously proud of them. Stephanie, my oldest, is continuing the family tradition, having been accepted to graduate school to study speech pathology. My son Tyler and youngest daughter Riley are each currently attending the University of California. Along with Kirby, our golden retriever, and Kizzy, our cat, Joe and I are adjusting exceedingly well to our empty nest.