Enraged2Engaged

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Please check out my new book, Less Enraged, Still Engaged: Another Year of Social Skills Lessons for Adolescents with EBD, ASD, or ODD to get the best and most up-to-date materials. Books in the E2E series are non-sequential; choose the book that
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Purchase both PDF Ebooks for a special price! Includes two books. Enraged to Engaged: A Year of Social Skills Lessons for Adolescents with EBD, ASD, or ODD AND Less Enraged, Still Engaged: Another Year of Social Skills Lessons for Adolescents
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Get a feel for the program with this lesson from the Less Enraged, Still Engaged EBook. Students of all ages (even the "big kids" in middle and high school) love playing with building bricks. Students of all ages do NOT love talking about all the
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Get a feel for the E2E program with this game from the Less Enraged, Still Engaged EBook. A mixture of funny and serious moments await you when you play this printable card game with your students who have difficulty recognizing appropriate and
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In the film, Forrest Gump, Sally Field’s character says “Life is like a box of chocolates; you never know what you’re gonna get.” As adults with a mature set of experiences, we know how very true that statement is! Young adults with social skill
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Wanting to try out a full unit from the Enraged2Engaged eBook before buying the curriculum? Looking for some lessons specifically targeted to help teach anger management skills to adolescents? These original lessons will provide engaging, hands-on
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Roll the alphabet die and draw a card from the deck; identify a coping strategy that begins with the rolled letter. Fast-paced, simple, and able to be played again and again, Coping Skills from A to Z gets middle and high school students thinking
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Many students with behavior disorders or Autism have difficulty reading cues about appropriate personal space and boundaries. We work hard to teach students about “not standing too close,” but explicit instruction in the finer nuances of personal
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Let us do the planning so you can focus on building relationships with kids. If you’ve endured professional development sessions that stress the importance of social/emotional learning without providing a roadmap for how to actually teach these
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Most teenagers (and adults) can appreciate a quality fart or burp joke, but kids with EDBD or ASD don't always know when or where to draw the line. When is farting or burping funny? When it is offensive? If someone else burps or farts, what's the
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This funny and functional, 11-page guide to writing secondary behavioral IEP goals will help you draft precise, accurate, and meaningful IEPs that will help students grow...and will serve as a proper roadmap for future case managers. Learn about
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Adolescents with EDBD/ASD can become embroiled in circular pattens of negative thinking...which leads to communicating negatively towards others. This hands-on, 50-minute lesson (which requires only readily-available schools supplies) gets kids
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After reading feedback for Box of Chocolates, I've created a version specifically geared for use with tweens and younger (or less forward-minded) teens! Scenarios in THIS version are written to focus primarily on school, family, and friends, with
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All new, original game not included in the E2E books! Do your students let others get their goat? Do they react strongly when annoyances occur, then perseverate? Do they misjudge how strongly they react? If so, this game is for you! --30 minute
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Wanting to try out a full unit from the Enraged2Engaged eBook before buying the curriculum? Looking for some lessons specifically targeted to help teach adolescents the social norms or hygiene, explicit instruction on executive function, and
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If you are looking for a formatted and structured version of the E2E Goal and Gratitude Journal referenced in the E2E Jumpstart Plan and daily classroom structure, look no further! This journal is not available in the E2E books. If your students
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Ever shaken up a can of cola, then had the misfortune to open it soon afterwards? The human psyche is a bit like that cola can...often, the thing that sets us off is merely the culmination of a series of upsetting events. This 50-minute, hands on
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Get a taste of a lesson from the Less Enraged, Still Engaged EBook. Give your secondary social skills class some hands-on practice navigating a common, real-life social situation--a tailgate party! Follow the 2-5 day lesson plan to take students
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A preview of the Enraged2Engaged yearlong program, the Jump Start Plan will take you through the early weeks of your middle or high school EDBD and/or ASD Social Skills Class by introducing a proven class structure and routine, activities for
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Use these reproducibles of Engraged2Engaged's Stress Management Challenge Chart and Skittles Game Variations as part of the Jump Start Plan, FREE on Teachers Pay Teachers.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've been in and out of classrooms since 1997, working primarily in alternative school settings or with high-risk populations. I currently run a program that integrates students with severe emotional/behavioral issues back into the general education high school setting.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I don't "talk down" to kids and balance treating them like young adults with setting firm boundaries and expectations. I'm not a "fly by the seat of my pants" sort of teacher; I create a very structured setting, then build in lots of hands-on activities based on expressed student need.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

My colleagues seem to find me the least-obnoxious of the special service providers. That's like an award, right...?

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BS Theater, University of Kansas, 1997 BS Communications, University of Kansas, 1997 BA, English, 1999 BA, Secondary Education, 1999 MS, Special Education, 2013 MS, Educational Leadership, in progress (projected 2018)

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

You know what I really dislike? Going to staff development, workshops, or symposiums where all the presenters do is jabber in sweeping generalities without ever telling me HOW to accomplish the lofty ideals being espoused. Okay, I actually hate that (dislike is an understatement). That's why I have sought to write materials that lead teachers, step by step, through the process of meeting students' social/emotional/behavioral IEP minutes. You know that box you have to check? The one that says how many "minutes of instruction" you'll give the kid or how you'll help the kid meet his goal? My materials actually help you DO that...not just talk about it.

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