Students with problem-solving and/or social language impairments often have a behavior intervention plan and/or individualized education plan assisting with acquisition or management of behaviors related to underlying perspective taking impairments. Direct teaching of perspective taking is required to increase communication and decrease behaviors in the classroom setting to facilitate learning and interaction. Enjoy this “What I think, say, feel, and do” map as a teaching tool, supplemental aid, compensatory strategy, and/or handout for teachers/parents.
This packet includes:
“What I Think, Say, Feel, and Do” Map
Perspective Taking Comic Strips
Think, Say, Feel, and Do Inventory
IEP/BIP example goals