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Where is the Easter Egg? and Easter Egg Craft

Where is the Easter Egg? and Easter Egg Craft

I’ve been on a roll making adapted books to target prepositional concepts.  My new one for this season is “Where is the Easter Egg?”  The book targets the prepositional concepts “in”, “under”, “above”, and “next to”.   I paired the book with an Easter egg craft and...

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Sometimes it Gets Worse Before it Gets Better

Sometimes it Gets Worse Before it Gets Better

Want to know something crazy? When I implement a new intervention and a few days later, behaviors have gotten even worse, I get a little happy. No, I'm not a masicist and no, I'm not being mean to the child. I get a little happy because it means we are on the right...

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Is Your Data Misleading You?

Is Your Data Misleading You?

Often times when we are attempting to gather information about a behavior we take data. One method of data collection, referred to as ABC (antecedent, behavior, and consequence) data, gives a descriptive account of what is occurring in the environment before and after...

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Behavior Contingency Maps

Behavior Contingency Maps

Some of these behavior interventions are confusing for us to understand so how the heck are our kids going to understand these contingencies? Visuals to the rescue! Behavioral Contingency Maps are a MUST-HAVE resources that will clearly & concretely...

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Easter Ideas!

Easter Ideas!

Of course there is an “Old Lady” book for the Easter season.  Last year I read "There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Chick" by Lucille Colandro and paired it with a cute chick craft.  I decided to update the visual pictures to match the book along with the visual and...

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Multiply Controlled Behaviors

Multiply Controlled Behaviors

Life couldn’t be too easy. If everything fell neatly and nicely into one perfectly sized box, we wouldn’t be special ed teachers. Our kiddos are tricky little guys. And sometimes they are really smart. Their behaviors couldn’t be solely attention or escape – no, no,...

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Sensory Behaviors

Sensory Behaviors

The main way to target sensory behaviors is to see if you can think of an alternative response that is more appropriate. Some type of response that in some way meets those same sensory needs. Once you identify an alternative response, you need to teach and shape that...

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Escape Behaviors

Escape Behaviors

Although I sometimes truly wish my school day could be filled with angry birds and dorito breaks – and that’s sadly what a good percentage of people think my days is filled with (sigh…) – we come to school to work. No fancy way of saying it and no if, ands, or...

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Attention Behaviors

Attention Behaviors

Often attention behaviors occur when the student does not know the correct or appropriate way to ask for attention.  Teach appropriate ways to ask for attention. For nonverbal students, create a visual for attention. Use role playing and written scripts to...

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