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Special Education, Characteristics of Special Needs 3D Animated PowerPoint

Special Education, Characteristics of Special Needs 3D Animated PowerPoint

For you teachers, parents, and administrators who work hard to identify, manage, and teach characteristics of special needs this is the PowerPoint you will definitely want. This PowerPoint is similar to a knowledge organizer which is extremely visual and engaging. It will allow you to transmit your own personal and professional experience and the appropriate knowledge so that you’re teaching recipients can ascertain the value of your discipline. This PowerPoint contains over 100 slides covering all areas of special education. Each slide is visually engaging and interactive which will keep your audience entertained. This PowerPoint can be printed out as a handbook as well. This is a great tool and artifact to keep in your classroom for an immediate reference. This giant PowerPoint encompasses a wide spectrum of information. The following is what is covered in this PowerPoint. -INCLUSIVE EDUCATION -PROFESSIONAL AND HOMESCHOOL COLLABORATION -IDENTIFYING AND PROGRAMMING FOR SPECIAL NEEDS -MANAGING AND DIFFERENTIATING CLASSROOMS -TEACHING STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES -EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS -TEACHING STUDENTS WITH INTELLECUTAL DISORDERS -TEACHING STUDENTS WITH ADHD -TEACHING STUDENTS AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS -TEACHING STUDETNS WITH SENSORY IMPARIMENTS -STUDENTS WITH SPEECH/LANGUAGE DISORDERS -TEACHING GIFTED AND TALENTED STUDENTS Please take the time to download the preview so you can see how interactive each slide runs. I spent over 100 hours putting this PowerPoint together so you can enhance your instruction to engage your audience and accomodate students with special needs. I always appreciate comments and welcome you to follow me so I can keep creating products that are suited to your teaching style.
Taylaj42
Emotional intelligence - Colour the emotion

Emotional intelligence - Colour the emotion

This little worksheet is helpful for children to understand the physical symptoms of different emotions. Where do they feel their happiness? fear? anger? The children can draw the emotion face to match that emotion too.
Elsasupport
CBT Thoughts, Feelings, Actions

CBT Thoughts, Feelings, Actions

This resource explores lots of different emotions to allow children to see the connection their thoughts have with their feelings, physical sensations and actions. When you think happy thoughts it makes you feel better both physically and mentally and your actions are more positive as opposed to when you think worrying thoughts or angry thoughts. This resource, through exploration of these thoughts and feelings will give you a base to help children change their thoughts and see how that makes them feeling and act differently. There are 40 sheets altogether covering 20 emotions. Girl clipart and boy clipart is used so you can choose which to use with the child you are working with.
Elsasupport
Mindfulness, Anxiety Story, workbook and feeling fans

Mindfulness, Anxiety Story, workbook and feeling fans

Bee Here Now! is a therapeutic story to help a child suffering from worries or anxieties. It also addresses bullying. There is an accompanying workbook which will teach children some mindfulness techniques. Also included is a set of 'cloud' feeling fans. For more resources on anxiety check out Master Your Monsters Anxiety and Worries group intervention
Elsasupport
Who is in school today? - Visual poster for children with Autism

Who is in school today? - Visual poster for children with Autism

This poster is a simple strategy to ensure your pupils know who is in class, at home or in school. I find this product really useful for pupils with Autism who find change of staff difficult. It helps pupils to deal with anxiety of you being out of class for PPA, staff absence or change of staff. It can be used in advance to prepare the pupils for the next day/ for the afternoon etc. It also works very nicely as part of a morning group session, allowing the pupils to sign themselves or their peers in to school. Just print small photographs of each pupil and staff and add Velcro to board. Best printed in A3 for a small class. Please leave feedback and follow for more Special Education resources.
theautismplayground
KS1 Our School Bundle

KS1 Our School Bundle

A collection of resources that could be used as part of a KS1 topic about our schools. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.
sarah277
Student Self Assessment

Student Self Assessment

An in-depth self assessment sheet for students to fill out. It asks about achievement, effort, behaviour, happiness as well as 78 self assessment criteria like: - do you think you fear doing something wrong; - do you think you have lots of worries; - do you think you complete classwork poorly; - do you think you are depressed. Excellent analysis of where a student feels they are at, and a foundation for a conversation.
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