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... your most functional piece of jewelry! Children with autism struggle with receptive language and often don't understand what is being asked of them. Imagine if someone told you to sit down in Chinese - you would have no idea what you were being
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The Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills (ABLLS) is a great source to determine the level of functioning of your student, identity future goals, and track progress. The ABLLS-R is a great assessment however it can be difficult to collect
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Labels and visual directions for 10 classroom jobs! Children with special needs including autism often benefit from the use of visuals. Some children struggle with receptive language and do not understand what is being asked of them. These visual
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Children with autism or special needs as well as typically developing children often benefit from a visual cue when following one step directions. Incorporating movement and exercise into your classroom routine can help improve attention and
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Labels and visual directions for 11 classroom jobs! Children with special needs including autism often benefit from the use of visuals. Some children struggle with receptive language and do not understand what is being asked of them. These visual
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Children with autism or special needs sometimes struggle with understanding emotions. They benefit from using visual cues to practice the facial expressions associated with emotions. This helps social skill development, communication, and behavior.
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Children with autism or special needs as well as typically developing children often benefit from a visual cue when following one step directions. Incorporating movement and pretending into your classroom routine can help improve attention and
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This packet contains 17 different iPad themed worksheets to work on reading, writing, rhyming, matching, and sorting the pre-primer Dolch Sight Words. There are also 40 iPad themed flashcards. Grab students' attention with these fun iPad themed
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This packet contains 24 different iPad themed worksheets to work on reading, writing, rhyming, matching, and sorting the primer Dolch Sight Words. There are also 52 iPad themed flashcards. Grab students' attention with these fun iPad themed
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This packet contains 16 different iPad themed worksheets to work on reading, writing, rhyming, matching, and sorting the First Grade Dolch Sight Words. There are also 41 iPad themed flashcards. Grab students' attention with these fun iPad themed
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This packet contains 30 different iPad themed worksheets to work on reading, writing, rhyming, matching, and sorting the Second Grade Dolch Sight Words. There are also 46 iPad themed flashcards. Grab students' attention with these fun iPad themed
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I was a special education teacher for 10 years in a high needs school in a self-contained classroom. I now work full time as a consultant and trainer. I work as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) helping parents and teachers develop effective programs for their learners with autism.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Special education teachers have a busy job! We need to incorporate life skills instruction, social skills training, academic teaching, communication systems, behavior management, hygiene training, inclusion, expressive/receptive language instruction, and fine/gross motor practice into one busy day. Each child's curriculum is developed specifically for them based on their IEP goals. Organization is key with this much going!

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My website The Autism Helper was named one of the top 30 blogs for teachers!

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I am Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). I have a Masters in Applied Behavior Analysis from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and a Bachelors in Special Education from Miami University of Ohio.

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