Jason Wong

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This is a social narrative I wrote and illustrated to teach learners about public places and private places and the behaviours that are acceptable in those respective places. The narrative was originally created when I was working in Toronto as a
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Social narratives are used to prime children to events that may be difficult to understand. The focus is to first show the child the event and also to promote a socially appropriate solution or behaviour. In this narrative, a girl name Lindsay
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This is a social narrative I wrote to teach learners how to wash their own bodies in the shower. This was originally written and illustrated when I was working the Toronto as a Transition Support Worker, assisting children with Autism Spectrum
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I was motivated to complete this social narrative due to the positive comments I received from those who supported my other narratives posted here on Teacherspayteachers. I very much appreciate your kind words and support. As most men will
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This is a class behavioral management tool that is simple to use. It is a simple way for teachers to reward or reinforce class appropriate behaviours. When you catch a student doing something good, verbally describe the good deed, whether it is
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Poster with three pieces of information: the number, the units or base ten visual representation, and the written word. Great for young learners who may need to reference how the magnitude of the number looks and also how to spell the number in
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A quick poster I put together from a sketching done by Beth Peterson. I am not charging for this in the hope of sharing this work with other teachers to motivate all the little learners to feel the awesomeness of math. The file is in PDF and
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A very short and simple social narrative about how to use the urinal. The goal of this short narrative is to teach boys to keep their bottoms covered when using the urinal. The four screen shots is essentially the whole book. **free for first
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Ever find it hard to describe to a child your expectations and how they rate according to a scale. Well, this rubric is for you. It is a visual that allows you to rate student work and has a visual that tells them how complete they have performed
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Easy subject cards. Print, cut, slap a piece of magnet or blue tack on the back and you are good to go. I made this a few years back and since I am teaching in Hong Kong, there is a subject mandarin in there. Includes: Welcome Circle, Field
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A poster that reminds us about a quote by Albert Einstein "Imagination is more important than knowledge.". Print on A3 glossy paper if possible. It can be put together and is a 9 page poster. I hope you enjoy this.
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This is a printable template of snowman that students may decorate to reflect their own personality. I use it to represent students and from week to week, I change the snowman's hats which have jobs written on them. Thus, each week, students get
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I used this with my first graders. Students would write word to their friend to praise them or say something nice. Very simple idea of prompting friendship in the classroom.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Teaching - taught grade 9 - 10 Science as well as Chemistry - taught grade 1 for 4 years - covered a long term leave for a group of grade 3/4s Experience working with kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder - worked in one-on-one intensive therapy with learners diagnosed with ASD. - transitioned students from the Intensive Behavioural Intervention program in the Greater Toronto Area, Canada to mainstream classrooms. - worked closely with teachers and provided strategies that will assist the successful integration of students with ASD. - delivered workshops to teachers and administration as a ASD consultant for Surrey Place in Toronto, Canada. - gave presentations on topics such as Introduction to ASD, Introduction to Applied Behaviour Analysis, How to use ABA in the classroom, Skill building, How to use Reinforcement in the classroom, Functional Behaviour Analysis.

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I taught for a number of years in the mainstream classroom. At one of the schools I taught at, the administration donated a room for an organization that worked with kids with Autism. At the time I did not know what Autism was or what are some of the challenges these students faced. Upon returning to Toronto with my girlfriend (now wife), she persuaded me to try working with kids with learning disabilities. In hindsight, it was one of the most profound decisions that impacts on every way I teach today. I worked in the field of ASD for three years. I learned about what ABA was and how to apply it to teach students of all ability levels. I found that although children with ASD need to be taught with tight ABA programming and instruction, typically developing children respond extremely well to some of the basic principles of ABA. If you take one thing away from reading this Bio, take away that Reinforcement can go a long way of improving classroom behaviour if used with the right ratio and given contingently upon behaviours that are appropriate for classroom learning. Teachers traditionally argue that they wish to have the students intrinsically motivated, but how do you build that into the student's values? They must succeed first and know the feeling of success, pair that with social praise and over time a student will value that feeling of accomplishment.

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