Building Sensory Friendly Classrooms to Prevent Problem Behaviors: Implementing Data-Driven Strategies!

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                                Rebecca Moyes, a teacher, author, renowned lecturer, and mother of a child with Asperger's Syndrome, helps walk any regular education or special education teacher through the process of setting up a sensory-friendly classroom in this easy to use book.

                           

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Overview

 

                                Rebecca Moyes, a teacher, author, renowned lecturer, and mother of a child with Asperger's Syndrome, helps walk any regular education or special education teacher through the process of setting up a sensory-friendly classroom in this easy to use book.

                                This is currently the only book that discusses the importance of data-driven strategies, and then helps teachers implement them!  Sensory integration disorder often presents as a behavioral problem; thus, although it’s an internal state, it has to be addressed based on what observable behaviors are seen in the child.  Rebecca is able to take the data  and worj out how to make any student's, (and teacher's!), life easier.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781935567233
  • Publisher: World Future Horizons
  • Publication date: 10/1/2010
  • Pages: 102
  • Sales rank: 735,231
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Moyes is one of the founders of ABOARD, which provides support and information for families of children with autism and the professionals that work with them.

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Table of Contents

 

Chapter I:                 Background about our sensory systems/sensory integration

Chapter II:                How many students are affected/research projects

Chapter III:               Understanding data collection as a way to make sensory decisions (this will contain data collection tools). 

Chapter IV:               Improving student productivity through sensory diets

(the rationale of sensory diets.  Examples of what to do to implement them)

Chapter V:                Creating sensory-rich areas to minimize stress

(A discussion of how to set up a sensory rich room with recommended items to purchase)

Chapter VI:               Creating sensory-deprivation areas to minimize stress

(Also a section of how to make sure the child is not using this                 to escape and how to use this room to the student’s academic advantage)

Chapter VII:             IEP Plans for sensory techniques

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