The Incredible 5-Point Scale and Anxiety Curve (2022-2023 Autism Spectrum Disorder Tri-State Webinar Series)
Audience: Advocates, Educators, Other District/School Staff, Parents | Topic: Autism | Hosted by: Office of Special Education
The Tri-State Webinar Series is made available through collaboration with the Colorado Department of Education, Kansas TASN Autism and Tertiary Behavior Supports, and the Nebraska Autism Spectrum Disorders Network.
Anyone with an interest in learning about the characteristics of autism spectrum disorders and evidence-based practices is invited to attend any of our webinars. This may include administrators, general education teachers, specialist teachers, family members, paraprofessionals, special education professionals, healthcare, and related service providers.
The Incredible 5-Point Scale and Anxiety
Presented by Kari Dunn Baron, MS
Anxiety is often a part of the autistic profile. Anxiety is also the most contagious of all emotions, and anxiety is personal. Because of these issues, it is essential that all educators, when faced with troublesome, disturbing, or confusing behavior have an objective planning system on hand.
The anxiety curve, as introduced by Buron and Curtis, in 2003 provides just such a system. This webinar will discuss the use of the anxiety curve to both address emotional regulation with students, and as a tool for educational planning. Kari will connect the curve to the Incredible 5-Point Scale; and illustrate how it relates to other common teaching strategies.
This is a follow-up webinar to a presentation Kari provided in spring 2022 about The Incredible 5-Point Scale. To learn about 5-Point Scale prior to this webinar checkout the following resources: Tri-State Webinar: Using the 5-Point Scale and Kari’s Webpage 5pointscale.com.
Contact InformationCDE Autism Team