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WITHOUT WORDS including a child with autisim. Humboldt Elementary Charter School USD #258 ANW Special Education Cooperative Interlocal #603 Humboldt, KS January 28, 2010. Presenters. Chase Reed - Special Education Teacher [email protected] Darcie Rodriguez – General Education Teacher

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Without words including a child with autisim

WITHOUT WORDSincluding a childwith autisim

Humboldt Elementary Charter School USD #258

ANW Special Education Cooperative Interlocal #603

Humboldt, KS

January 28, 2010


Presenters

Presenters

Chase Reed - Special Education Teacher

[email protected]

Darcie Rodriguez – General Education Teacher

[email protected]

Linda Trembly - Behavior Assessment & Intervention Team (B.A.I.T.) Coordinator

[email protected]


Introduction

Introduction


Introduction video

Introduction Video


Before

Before

  • Apprehensions

  • Planning

  • Preparation

  • Organization


Apprehension

Apprehension

  • Video #2


Planning

Planning

  • Positive Behavior Supports

  • Universal Design For Learning

  • Collaborative Consultation


Positive behavior supports

Positive Behavior Supports

  • Positive Behavior Supports:

    Research-based strategies used to increase quality of life and decrease problem behavior by teaching new skills and making changes in a person’s environment.

    • Valued outcomes

    • Behavioral and biomedical science

    • Validated procedures

    • Systems change to enhance quality of life and reduce problem behaviors


Universal design for learning

Universal Design for Learning

  • Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a set of principles for designing curriculum that provides all individuals with equal opportunities to learn.

  • Multiple means of representation, to give learners various ways of acquiring information and knowledge.

  • Multiple means of expression, to provide learners alternatives for demonstrating what they know.

  • Multiple means of engagement, to tap into learners’ interest, offer appropriate challenges, and increase motivation.


Collaborative consultation

Collaboration is thought by professionals in inclusive schools to be the KEY to their success.

Collaborative Consultation

  • “Collaborative consultation is an interactive process that enables people with diverse expertise to generate creative solutions to mutually defined problems .” (Dieker 2008)

    • Is Voluntary

    • Parity Among Participants

    • Mutual Goals

    • Shared Responsibilities

      • Participation

      • Decision Making

    • Shared Resources

    • Shared Accountability for Outcomes

    • Builds Trust and Community


Preparation

Preparation

  • Awareness Training

    • Staff and Peers

  • Picture Exchange Communication System

  • Joint Action Routines

  • Social Stories

  • Peer Modeling

  • Visual Schedule

  • Task Strips

  • Work Boxes

  • Curriculum Adaptations

  • Sensory

  • Cool Down

  • Data Collection

  • ICONS ICONS ICONS


Organization

Organization

  • Storage Space

    • Icons

    • Workboxes

    • Resources

    • Curriculum

  • Technology

    • Smart Board

    • Go Talk

    • Computer/Touch Screen

  • 1:1 Work Areas

    • GE & SPED rooms

  • Data Collection/Record Keeping


Implementation

Implementation

  • JUMP IN & DO IT!

    • The TEAM has prepared for the BEST and planned for those “not so good” times.

  • Let the plan run it’s course and problem solve along the way as a TEAM.

  • Rely on the data to be your guide.

  • Continually assess:

    • Academic skills

    • social skills

    • behavioral supports/needs


After

After

  • Video #3


Without words including a child with autisim

QCC

Questions

Comments

Concerns


Resources

RESOURCES

  • Learning more about collaboration:

  • Learning more about UDL:

    • http://www.cast.org

    • http://www.udlcenter.org

  • Learning more about PBS:

    • http://www.pbskansas.org

    • http://www.kipbs.org

    • http://www.kipbsmodules.org

    • http://www.apbs.org

    • http://www.pbis.org


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