The basis of all behavior management is the function of behavior. Is the student being aggressive because they are hungry? If so, a hamburger will work better than a hug! Learn about why behaviors are happening before addressing them.
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Special Education, Classroom Management, For Administrators
What can we do if our friends are upset? We can say "it's okay!" We can help them. We can ignore them.
When students with autism become aggressive or upset, it can worry other students in the classroom. This social story was created to address
Special Education, Problem Solving, Speech Therapy
Many of the visuals used for students on the autism spectrum include cartoons and features which aren't age appropriate. Thanks to current technology, emojis work for everyone! This is a "Zones of Regulation" visual with emojis assigned to the four
Special Education, Life Skills, Speech Therapy
Not Grade Specific
Printables, Posters, For Principals & Administrators
What is neurodiversity? It is a movement which believes that autism is genetic and should be accepted as a natural expression of the human genome. That is, it is the belief that autism should be accepted instead of 'cured.' The neurodiversity
Special Education, School Counseling, School Psychology
Many kiddos respond well to Class Dojo! For students with autism, however, Dojo points can be abstract - especially if unseen. Use this token board to supplement use of the classwide management system for kids who need a more 'hands on' approach.