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Youth-Friendly Web Sites Sites Related to Supports for Youth with Disabilities and/or Chronic Health Conditions Ability OnLine Support Network http://www.ablelink.org/ Putting children and adolescents with specialized needs in touch with the world.
Effectiveness The Child Development Project was found to have potentially positive effects on behavior; no discernible effects on knowledge, attitudes, and values; and no discernible effects on academic achievement.
Summary: The FACTS is a two-page interview used by school personnel who are building behavior support plans. The FACTS is intended to be an efficient strategy for initial functional behavioral assessment. The FACTS is completed by people (teachers, family, clinicians) who know the student best, and used to either build behavior support plans, or guide more complete functional assessment efforts.
Steps to Identifying Activities and Outcomes Location: Backyard or playground swing
Observation Card Name: Segment 7 Observer:
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The following hints have been collected from kindergarten teachers in order to help families and children successfully meet the challenges of transitions from preschool environments to the kindergarten environment.
___ Provide a daily routine that includes regular times for meals.
You have been your child’s teacher since birth. Now that your child is in school, there is another teacher to help you.
I facilitated a lesson with 4th graders that involved spaghetti, marshmallows, and cooperation!
These pictures are from a classroom guidance lesson I did on cooperation with all of the first grade classes. First, I had the students help me draw a picture using only one color. Then, I asked them what we could do to make the picture better.
Looking for a book for teens that emphasizes trustworthiness? This list can help.
Academy Curricular Exchange Columbia Education Center Social Studies TITLE: GOOD APPLES AUTHOR: Robbie Fearon; Burlington Elementary School Burlington, CO 80807 GRADE LEVEL/SUBJECT: 3-6 Social studies, language arts, health (or as part of a unit on individual differences) OVERVIEW: The ability to respect and accept individual differences has a dramatic impact on the quality of life for all of us.