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Behavior Plan Flowcharts & Tools

Behavior Plan Flowcharts & Tools

Writing a behavior plan is all about individualization. There is no one-size-fits-all formula that will work for every student. This process can be daunting and overwhelming. I get it. I've been there. Sitting in front of that document wondering where the heck you...

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More Grammar Practice!

More Grammar Practice!

I have students who need to work on answering “what doing” questions, using correct pronouns, using correct helping verbs, and expanding their utterances so I created these Present Progressive Grammar Cards to help target some of those skills.  The set contains 72...

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Visuals for Behavior

Visuals for Behavior

When I am mad, like raging someone just stole my last roll of velcro coins mad, I don't want to talk to anyone. The English language becomes difficult to understand and don't you even try to reason with me. I am seeing red. Our kids are the same way. And for some...

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Using Reinforcers as a Negative Consequence

Using Reinforcers as a Negative Consequence

hmm… caught your attention there hugh? You may be wondering why in the world you would use reinforcers as a negative consequence? Well since many of mostly highly potent reinforcers can function to increase a wide range of appropriate behaviors, why not also use them...

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One on One Paraprofessionals

One on One Paraprofessionals

Deciding whether or not your student is a good fit for a dedicated paraprofessional is tricky. There are a lot of a things to consider when deciding if a dedicated paraprofessional is the right decision and then (depending on your district) you may need to go out and...

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Spring Freebies!

Spring Freebies!

Here are 2 additional picture identification boards –Spring Animals and Easter Items. I have made different identifications boards as a follow-up activity to work on following directions and reviewing vocabulary concepts.  I created the Spring Animal Identification...

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Kids vs. Teachers {Group Behavior Management}

Kids vs. Teachers {Group Behavior Management}

I am not going to lie to you but this intervention is kind of like waving a magic wand. I pull this game out of my ABA bag-o-tricks for group behavior management. When I first heard of this game from a professor in grad school, I was not initially won over at the...

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April is Autism Acceptance Month

April is Autism Acceptance Month

If you are a parent, teacher, or clinician to a child with autism, every single day of your life is autism awareness and acceptance day. However, since April has a more formal recognition as autism acceptance month - I like to use this opportunity work on building...

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Keeping Teacher Notes Objective

Keeping Teacher Notes Objective

Sometimes there are those awesome moments as teachers where we asked our opinion. Something so seemingly simple can make you feel like the kick-butt expert that you are. Yes. Someone should ask for my opinion. I am a source of important information. I do spend all day...

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Handling Student Aggression

Handling Student Aggression

Aggression is hands down the most critical, important, and time sensitive issue to deal with in your classroom. Because let’s be honest – it doesn’t matter how organized you are, what math curriculum you are using, how you are charting your data – if you are getting...

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