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What is mindfulness PPT

What is mindfulness PPT

Easy to follow slides that can take up an hours lesson if you go slow and engage with the class. This compliments all my other materials on mindfulness.

By jonlee01

3 Minute breathing space

3 Minute breathing space

This short mindfulness recording is for staff and students that would benefit from regular breaks in the day to help them to sit and just reset themselves before moving on. This recording is longer than 3 minutes, but once you have mastered the routine then 3 minutes should be the maximum. Try in the car before you step into the car park, help students to download onto phone and encourage to listen at break time.

By jonlee01

SEND PMLD Dance Plan

SEND PMLD Dance Plan

A lesson plan for teaching PMLD students Dance including sample unit targets for 7 students working at levels P3-P7.

By GoldSEN

Individual Timetable and Classroom Rotas Templates

Individual Timetable and Classroom Rotas Templates

If you work in a special school and all your students follow individual learning routes, you will find this useful. This resource offers an editable individual, one-person timetable as well as staff allocation rotas for 1:1 students (separate one for lessons and lunch breaks). I also made a separate one for swimming times.

By rumanowski

7 Habits of Leadership

7 Habits of Leadership

This is a Seven Habits of Leadership Display Resource! I hope that you find this resource useful in supporting and motivating learners to unlock their habits of leadership. It has been helpful for me to develop my learners understanding of the key competencies of a successful leader.

By Mattz1993

Australian Money: Class Music Store: buying Youtube Clips

Australian Money: Class Music Store: buying Youtube Clips

Money Music Store - Students can develop their money recognition skills and using money to buy things with these activities. It is the equivalent of the old class shop, but revamped to use the internet to 'purchase' music clips. It was designed for Secondary students with special needs, but can be easily used for all students. It is an age appropriate Money Math activity for secondary students, where they are motivated to purchase their favourite music. I have included a word document, to help you change the music for your students tastes.

By pearp

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.

By pro_resources

How to Become a Motivational Speaker?

How to Become a Motivational Speaker?

We often witness the common arguments between mother and daughter, where Mother asks daughter to start cooking and help her in doing home chores as it’ll help you in future, and you won’t need to depend on someone ... blah blah blah ... This is called the motivational speech as mother is trying to motivate her daughter to participate in home activities Anyhow, we can say that everyone is a motivational speaker him/herself as they try motivating the listener to persuade on their point. In my view, in order to motivate someone, speaker ought to use the power of words, s/he should know how to convince other as good speakers are well aware of those particular tricks and techniques that persuade other regarding the topic they need to discuss. There can be various topics on which you might be asked to deliver a motivational speech be it finance topic, education, health, social, or controversial issue. A decent motivational discourse requires satisfactory time and planning to empower the speaker to be calm and to manage issues that may emerge amid the introduction. In this article, I’ll guide you how to become a motivational speaker? The very first thing before starting your speech is to hook your audience. 1. Hook Your Audience’s Attention You need to get the audience into action in the first 10 minutes of your speech. How to do it well? Hold a Prop – When you hold any prop before starting your speech, it puts your audience in confusion what you’re going to do with that object? This is the most critical step to capture your audience attention, as the first ten minutes of every speech are important to catch audience attention towards you to start your speech. Show Humor – Another thing that can help you fascinate your audience while starting your speech is humor. The humorous skill can either by utilized by cracking jokes, or start with something funny that not only make them laugh, but also arouse interest in them to listen to the entire speech. Thought Provoking Questions & Individual Anecdotes – What human brain can conceive is individual anecdotes. Ask thought provoking questions to make your audience think. The basic tactics to hook your audience includes the use of props, taking them into action, and ask thought-provoking questions to engage them in the first 10 minutes. 2. Commit Yourself On The Subject For sake of becoming a good motivational speaker, focus on the subject choice. This can be achieved by keep adhering to the outline. The introduction part should inform the audience who you are while the body should give an insight on the subject. Doing this will broaden your scope and keep the speech from looking like it’ all about you, rather making it be a great gift for you.

By hannah_elbert12

Teacher Student Relationship Bundle

Teacher Student Relationship Bundle

This teacher student relationship bundle includes 5 of our modules. This bundle could help you improve your relationship with your students throughout the school year. It could help you get to know your students more, be able to address their issues and concerns and learn how to handle them better. Conversation Starters For Teachers and Counsellors: This product contains 100 plus conversation starters that teachers and counselors can use. This product is best used for middle school year children aged 11-13 years old. It is divided into 5 categories: a. Family b. Self c. School d. Friends e. Anything under the sun It also comes with blank templates that you can use to write your own questions for each category. Relationship 101: Tips for a happy and healthy relationship in school: This mini-lesson comes in handy to teach to your students on the first day of school. It will help set the tone of the things you expect from them as a class and remind them of how to treat their teachers and classmates throughout the school year. Feelings Flash cards: How Do I Feel: The emotions flashcards include 27 different feelings/emotions. It includes what trigger each emotions and feelings. It also has an interview guide questions and a worksheet to help your students identify, express their feelings and promote discussions. The 27 feelings/emotions are: Girls emotions/feelings: 1. Happy 2.Lonely 3. Mad 4. Proud 5. Sad 6. Embarrassed 7. Sheepish 8. Shy 9. Skeptical 10. Suprised 11. Worried 12. Disappointed Boys' emotions and feelings: 1. Anxious 2. Bored 3. Confused 4. Enraged 5. Excited 6. Hurt 7. Mad- Accusatory 8. Mad- Indignant 9. Peeved-Tantruming 10. Proud 11. Scared 12. Shy 13. Smug- Self- Important 14. Startled 15. Stressed Getting Acquainted: Initial Interview Guide: This guide can be used by teachers and counsellors to get acquainted with their students. They can easily establish rapport with these short interview guide and they can also take down notes about their observations and impressions of the student. Working Effectively with Difficult, Defiant and Non-Compliant Students: This is a professional development for administration and faculty in handling difficult students. Tips are given how to identify these students, why they are behaving the way they do and how to handle these students. This can be used during faculty meetings, to new teachers to arm them with more knowledge and for the tenured teachers as a refresher information.

By kitcelcorner

Behavior Toolkit- 18 Visuals to Support Students with Autism

Behavior Toolkit- 18 Visuals to Support Students with Autism

------- 18 Visual Supports for Your Behavior Toolkit------- Behaviors got you beating your OWN head against a wall? Ready to implement strong visuals with students who have behaviors and not sure where to start? This is just the printable for you! This Behavior Toolkit provides multiple ways to use Visual Supports to help manage behaviors in your self-contained unit or inclusion setting. This toolkit includes: --> Daily Work Schedule & Checkmark Icons --> AM/PM Daily Schedule & Checkmark Icons --> Visual: I need a break (2 versions) --> Break Card: 10 Breaks/5 Breaks/ 3 Breaks --> Break Card: Visual Choice Icons --> Visual: I want (2 versions) & Blank Icon Template --> Visual: I need help (4 versions) --> Visual: Ready to Work (Y/N)- Large/Small Format --> Visual: My Rules & Support Icons --> Visual: Communication Necklace --> First-Then Charts (2,3,5 Step) & Support Icons --> Token Economy Chart: I Am Working For (3 & 5 step) & Visual Icons --> Bonus: Token Economy Tokens (hearts, cars, Pokemon, and basketballs) --> Parent Behavior Note Home (Weekly & Daily) --> Positive Notes Home (8 versions) --> Positive Rewards Punch Cards (16 versions) --> Student Self-Evaluation with Visual Icons PLUS --> ABC & Interval Data Guidelines and Sheets You hear it all the time- you need more visual supports in your classroom to support your students with Autism and those with behavior concerns- now you can get all the visuals you need to implement a great behavior system and properly manage problem behaviors. This resource was created by Ayodele Jones © 2017. All rights reserved by author. The materials in this unit were distributed and intended for single use only. The purchaser may reproduce copies for students in your classroom for classroom use only. You may not share with other teachers in your building, district, or otherwise. Redistributing, editing, selling, or posting this item (or any part thereof) on the internet is strictly prohibited. Violations are subject to penalties of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Additional licenses can be purchased for multi-use at a discount. Please contact the author at ajones@noodlenook.net.

By ayodele_jones