Sue Ann Kline

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Ready made lesson about hibernation. Text and photographs. Black bears are highlighted but lots of animals are discussed and their preparations for winter explained. (23 colorful slides)
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Texas Bingo is a fun activity to use when teaching the symbols of the state. Good to use on Texas Day (December 29th). This game can be played like traditional Bingo or can be used to encourage communication skills or improve vocabulary. Images
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Kansas Day Bingo - Students play Bingo using various symbols, pictures and icons representing the state of Kansas. (4 different Bingo Boards).
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Explore Hermit Crabs through this factual Powerpoint lesson. This lesson provides colorful photographs and interesting facts about Hermit Crabs. (44 Slides)
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Interesting facts and pet care suggestions are offered on Guinea Pigs through this factual Powerpoint lesson. This standalone lesson could be read alone by students or presented to the class. It provides colorful photographs and contains 62 slides.
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Stranger Danger - Discusses why someone should never go with a stranger. Three rules are emphasized: Be Alert, Be Careful and Be Safe.
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Chinese New Year Celebrations This is a ready to use powerpoint lesson that highlights Chinese New Year traditions and superstitions. Chinese lanterns, dragon dances and special New Year events are described and shown with colorful photographs
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On August 21, 1959 Hawaii became the 50th State in the United States. Students play Bingo using various symbols, pictures and icons representing the state of Hawaii. This game can be played like traditional Bingo or can be used to encourage
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Students play Bingo using various symbols, pictures and icons representing Nevada. Fun to use on Statehood Day, October 31, 1864. This game can be played like traditional Bingo or can be used to increase identification, encourage communication and
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Stand alone powerpoint presentation about the four layers or strata of a rainforest. A description of each layer is provided as well as photographs of plants, animals, birds, insects and snakes of the rainforest. Over 80 colorful photographs are
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Kansas the 34th State! A brief history of the state of Kansas and color photographs of each of the state symbols. Great for Kansas Day! Kansas became the 34th state in the United States on January 29, 1861.
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Getting Called On...or not - Social Story about raising your hand This social story can be personalized for a particular student or used for the whole class. It reminds students to wait to be called before talking out and that it's ok to let
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Explore Marine Life through this Powerpoint lesson about Starfish. This lesson provides colorful photographs and interesting facts about Sea Stars or Starfish. Students will be introduced to the idea that Starfish (sea stars) are beautiful animals
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On January 26, 1837 Michigan became the 26th State in the United States. Michigan - Students play Bingo using various symbols, pictures and icons representing the state of Michigan. This game can be played like traditional Bingo or can be used to
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Deserts of the Southwest is a colorful slide show about desert climate, plants, animals and adaptations.
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Learn the difference between a map and a globe. Learn what is meant by the 6 elements of a map: compass rose, symbols, scale, key, titles and label. See examples and practice using the terms and identifying the elements of a map. Learner
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This game can be played like traditional Bingo or can be used to encourage communication skills or improve vocabulary. Images that represent things often seen around the 4th of July are used. Bingo boards can be changed or personalized. Fun for
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Students play Bingo using various symbols, pictures and icons representing the state of California. Fun to use on the anniversary of California becoming a state (September 9th, 1850) or anytime. This game can be played like traditional Bingo or can
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Students play Bingo using popular symbols, pictures and icons of the United States. This game can be played like traditional Bingo or can be used to increase identification, encourage communication or improve vocabulary. Bingo boards can be changed
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On December 12, 1787 Pennsylvania became the 2nd State in the United States. Pennsylvania - Students play Bingo using various symbols, pictures and icons representing the state of Pennsylvania. This game can be played like traditional Bingo or can
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

This is my 30th year working in Special Education. I have worked a variety of different jobs in the field. I have been a teacher, consultant, researcher and administrator. I have taught students with learning disabilities, severe emotional and behavioral disorders, and children and youth with autism spectrum disorders in both rural and suburban areas.

MY TEACHING STYLE

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HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I was the 2007 winner of the Kansas Council for Exceptional Children’s Award of Excellence. This award honors an individual who has made significant contributions in the education of children with disabilities, through development of new concepts, approaches or programs, new techniques for diagnosis or rehabilitation, and improved psychological or educational evaluation procedures.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I received my Ph.D. in special education from the University of Kansas, specializing in the areas of severe emotional and behavioral disorders and autism and Asperger Syndrome. I was the former director of the Autism Asperger Resource Center (AARC) at the University of Kansas Medical Center.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Dear Colleagues, I have MS and am entered in a contest to win an accessible van for National Mobility Awareness Month. You could help by voting for me. You can vote once or everyday between March 18th & May 9th, 2014. If interested go to the link below. Thanks for your support! Click once or often. Any votes are appreciated. You can try to answer the daily question for an extra vote. http://www.mobilityawarenessmonth.com/entrant/sue-ann-kline-overland-park-ks/

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