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Addressing Healthy Boundaries for Students with Significant Support Needs
May 19 - 20, 2021 from 3:00 - 5:30 PM
Facilitators Trude E. Burnett, M.A.Ed. and Jennifer Harris, MSE; guide you through your own values and bias in order to comfortably and effectively teach students the hows and whys of healthy relationships and boundaries in a two part webinar series.
"Making Inclusion Meaningful for Students with Significant Support Needs - Part 1"
- Inclusion for Students with Significant Support Needs PowerPoint (PDF)
- Supporting Handouts (PDF)
- Article - Making Inclusion a Reality for Students with Severe Disabilities (PDF)
"Making Inclusion Meaningful for Students with Significant Support Needs - Part 2"
- Elementary Presentation Handouts
- Secondary Presentation Handouts
"Filling Your Behavior Toolbox" Workshop
- Elementary Presentation: Lives in the Balance
- Secondary Presentation: Lives in the Balance
- Identifying and Reinforcing Islands of Competence in Children with Special Needs
- 10 Steps to Foster Organization: Homework and Beyond!
- Learning to Take Control of Emotional Reactions as Part of Problem Solving
- Field Notes: The Boy on Red and the Problem with Public Behavior Charts
- Top Ten Engaged Learning Strategies
- Differentiating Instruction: 10 no-fuss Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms
- Beyond Treats and Timeouts: Humanistic Behavioral Supports in Inclusive Classrooms
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