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This classroom guidance lesson kicks of the year with a fun, cooperative game that gives students the opportunity to demonstrate leadership skills. Students debrief and then complete a leadership skills self-assessment to identify strengths and areas for improvement! Includes lesson plan (objectives
Great for students to fill out before parent-teacher conferences, or to do a quick check in. Promote self-reflection in your classroom!It is editable!
This Behavior Checklist was created by Eastwood Schools RtI team to help teachers and teams pinpoint problematic behaviors to guide the creation of a behavior plan. Targeting specific behaviors leads to more specific intervention and higher success rates.
This Pragmatic Self-Rating Checklist and Survey is specifically designed for younger children, and can be used as a baseline in programming for pragmatic/social language issues. This assessment tool was developed based on research outcomes (O'Neill, 2007), as well as interviews conducted with parent
Bullying can cause psychological and emotional scars. We also know that it can lead to suicide. This workbook is an allrounder for parents, teachers and everyone in between. “My Anti-Bullying Workbook” is a 29 page workbook jam packed with everything needed all in one.This workbook explores:- Who ar
* This is a list of questions for a game or quiz about Kelso's Choices. * I use these questions as part of ball game. Students take turns throwing the ball to one another as I ask one of the questions. * You can also break students into smaller groups and have a Jenga game at each group, along wi
This is a chart I developed for collecting timed-interval data from classroom observations of students. The chart can be used with any interval of time, and is used to determine time on-task and off-task, and other common off-task behaviors such as vocalizing, fidgeting, playing with objects, and o
The functional play checklist was originally in my free AAC Checklist download on TPT. I have updated this list and decided to create a separate download. This list has been especially useful for autistic students who do not yet play with toys functionally and require repeated modeling. This list i
Coping Strategies for Test Anxiety … a social story unit. Does your student get anxious and frustrated at the thought of a test? Is the spring statewide assessment season heart breaking because your students are pulling their hair out? This book presents eleven coping strategies for your students t
Everybody has pet peeves and things that annoy them. Sometimes, these "bugs" can cause us to get angry and lose control. The first step in learning to control your anger is to know when you are angry and what can make you lose control. Students will work to identify personal triggers through il
This three page document includes three rubrics outlined below. Please rate my products and thank yo so much! 1. The Student presentation rubric: This is a perfect rubric for assessing a student's presentation. The rubric is broken down to a four point scale which looks at: content, eye contact, vo
I use this unit at the beginning of every school year to teach my students the difference between rude, mean, and bullying. Included in this packet are posters, activities, assessments, and a lesson plan. This is easily implemented in the middle of the school year if you see the need for it! Please
Use these editable needs assessments to gather information from students, faculty, and parents. This feedback will help you identify needs for your school counseling program. Once you know the needs from all stakeholders, you can develop goals, programs, activities, and small groups to address these
Training classroom staff can be an overwhelming and challenging job. Have this manual guide the way! This resources contains a complete training package for both new and veteran classroom paraprofessionals within the special education setting. The manual outlines various topics from the special ed l
This tool I created to assist with the special education students I have that go into a mainstream class without an aide. It will assist in keeping the student accountable as well as provide me, the case manager hard data! Sometimes I have found I am not aware of how they are doing until it is too l
This packet targets social language skills for elementary aged students and includes five self assessment checklists for the student to rate their own skills and six observation checklists for adults in their environments to rate similar skills (including a blank template for observation and self a
Use this lesson to teach kids kids how to resolve conflicts in an effective way.For use with Grades 2-3.INCLUDED IN THIS COMPRESSED FILE:►"How Do We Solve It?" Activity (PDF File)►Lesson Plan (Word Doc) aligned with ASCA standards, including objective, procedures, materials list, and assessment inst
Updated July 13, 2020.*Now includes 4 objectives + 7 annual goals.*Tons of format changes, new fonts, new look!It’s finally here! I’ve been working so hard to get this product out for all the Special Education Instructors! This product is a A DIGITAL IEP Caseload Tracker that can be used for ALL you
When your students lack higher level social language skills, it can be difficult for them to be successful in peer interactions or group assignments. This informal assessment can help you define specific areas of need and show progress. Included are:* A short questionnaire to informally assess your
Help your students review and understand bullying prevention vocabulary with this set of 30 anti-bullying bingo cards, 4 randomized vocabulary lists to call from, and a list of bullying vocabulary descriptions. This resource is not only fun, but it can also be used as an informal assessment for bull
Tracking tool - Pre/Post Assessment: Can be used to track progress when teaching emotion regulation skills within the classroom, in small groups or 1:1. Product contains: - 1 x teacher/adult assessment of student skill form (2 pages in total) - 1 x basic student self-assessment (suitable for young
This is a scale of Standard Units of Distress (SDUs), where 0 indicates no anxiety (or any other emotion) and 10 indicates the most anxious the client has ever been in their life. I created this worksheet using “Pages.” Having a client draw/write examples of what that feels like at 0, 5 and 10 wil
Self reflective activity for students to rate their own friendship qualities and gain some important insight into the areas they may need to work on and what they are doing well.
This product contains four different, kid-friendly stress assessment tools: -Managing my stress -That really stressed me out -How I'm feeling -How does your body feel **BONUS** 20 BE CALM cards These tools are part of theHelping Children Manage Stress bundle

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