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A-Z of Special Needs for Every Teacher by Jacquie Buttriss & Ann Callander
The Gutstein takes you beyond theory and describes practical ways to steer children with autism onto a path of self discovery and social awareness, one that will ultimately bring them home to meaningful friendships, shared emotions, and heartfelt connecti
A growing number of pupils with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) are educated in mainstream settings. To support them effectively and maximise their learning potential, it is essential that all school staff fully understand their needs.
This complete training package can be delivered during staff meetings and on INSET days, to ensure autism-friendly practice throughout the school.
Breakthrough establishes the tipping point for moving toward personalized, high-quality instruction and learning in the classroom to ensure continuous improvement and ongoing academic success.
ColorLibraries are file boxes, divided into six categories, designed to create a rich resource of essential vocabulary.
This practical book will improve the play skills – through storytelling and storywork – of anyone working with children, especially with children ‘at risk’, such as looked-after children, or children suffering from trauma or abuse.
Farewell and Welcome: A Neat Finish and a Good Start by Ann Cossavella & Charmian Hobbs
By encouraging everyone to view the triad of impairment as a triad of opportunity, this book gives the reader guidance on how to become an autism-friendly professional. With chapters on structuring a meaningful classroom, understanding and improving behaviour, and looking at transition through the eyes of pupils on the spectrum, the book provides valuable insights gained from the author’s many years of practice.
This book can maximise individual learning and achievement in your own classroom with these 50 strategies that cut across disability categories.
With an interactive, teacher-friendly approach, this comprehensive handbook includes new information on national mandates affecting special education and a wealth of teaching strategies supported by the latest research.
This is the first DVD in this workshop series. It provides an overview of B. F. Skinner’s functional analysis of language to parents, educators, and other practitioners.
It’s OK to Be Sad: Activities to Help Children Aged 4-9 to Manage Loss, Grief or Bereavement