C2 Listening and Responding

A collection of ideas for special educators to teach the skills in 'Communicating 2: Listening and Responding' from the Every Student English Framework www.everystudent-sws.nsw.edu.au
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30 sensory strategies for younger kids in the classroom!

Paying Attention: 30 Sensory Strategies

30 Sensory Strategies to Help Kids Pay Attention - Some children who experience difficulty with paying attention may need less sensory input

How to use DonorsChoose.org to raise funds for Bouncy Bands. Bouncy Bands help active learners move while they learn--not just for kids with ADHD, autism or learning disabilities. Bouncy Bands help students focus, stay on task, and enjoy learning.

Bouncy Bands help active learners move while they learn--not just for kids with ADHD, autism or learning disabilities., Bouncy Bands help students focus, stay on task, and enjoy learning.

1. This website includes lots of AAC products that can be purchased as well as help using AAC systems. There are descriptions of common light tech systems in a blog that gives specific information from personal use. 2. I learned that making your own eye gaze system can be very useful. It is simple to make and pictures are easy to interchange allowing more options for the individual.

Carrie's Speech Corner: AAC Week: Speech and Language Therapy for Preschool Students with Severe Special Needs. This page explains how to create a Large Eye-Gaze Board and talks about other non electric forms of AAC.

Speech Therapy. Ask me a yes/no question for kiddos working on answering yes/no. visual and 36 pics. #speechtherapy #yesno

Speech Therapy Ask me a YES / NO question visual board 36 pictures

Speech Therapy. Ask me a yes/no question for kiddos working on answering yes/no. visual and 36 pics. #speechtherapy #yesno

Autism Classroom News20 Ways to Change Up How Students Respond in Discrete Trials

20 Ways to Change Up How Students Respond in Discrete Trials

Some of these will be familiar, but these 20 ways to change up how students respond during discrete trials (ABA strategy) will help make instruction more interesting for both students and teachers.

social skills, point of view, facial expressions, autism, sarcasm, social groups, speech therapy, real photos emotions, emotions, upper elementary, middle school activity, perspective*50% off for 48 hours! Download the free preview to try before you buy!

Social Skills Interpreting Facial Expressions Body Language Real Photos

Children with autism and other special needs respond positively to music and rhythmic activities. They can actively participate by choosing the song, the instrument, and most fun of all...how they want the song to sound. Included are communication boards and individual picture symbols.

Circle Time Music for Special Needs Kids with Boardmaker Symbols

Children with autism and other special needs respond positively to music and rhythmic activities. They can actively participate by choosing the song, the instrument, and most fun of all...how they want the song to sound. Included are communication boards and individual picture symbols.

Yes/ No Questions- #Autism Worksheets- Farm Animals. For more resources follow https://www.pinterest.com/angelajuvic/autism-special-education-resources-angie-s-tpt-sto/

Farm Animals Yes No Questions for Speech Therapy

off the first 48 hours!Yes/ No Questions- Autism Worksheets- Farm AnimalsThis is a great activity to target basic yes/no questions, good for students with autism and special needs.There are 9 pages to be printed on photo paper and laminated.

Teaching students to wait can be the thing that nightmares are made of. Create your own Wait Basket to train students to engage in appropriate activities when you need to quickly step away from small group instruction.

Teaching Wait: The Wait Basket

Structured work systems in the special education classroom build student independence. Check out these 3 easy tips you can use to implement a successful station in your classroom.

Eye Gaze Memory (repost from 2010 with update)  - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Eye Gaze Memory (repost from 2010 with update) - Pinned by – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

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