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Katelyn Karsnia

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) | Autism Speaks - 0 views

  • Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a therapy based on the science of learning and behavior.
  • ABA therapy applies our understanding of how behavior works
  • increase behaviors that are
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  • helpful and decrease behaviors that are harmful or affect learning.
  • Positive reinforcement
  • therapist identifies a goal behavior
  • praise, a toy or book, watching a video, access to playground or other location, and more.
  • help each person work on skills that will help them become more independent and successful in the short term as well as in the future.
  • The instruction plan breaks down each of these skills into small, concrete steps. The therapist teaches each step one by one, from simple (e.g. imitating single sounds) to more complex (e.g. carrying on a conversation).

Immigrants and Refugees in Minnesota: Connecting Past and Present | MNopedia - 0 views

    "Immigrants and Refugees in Minnesota: Connecting Past and Present"
Siri Anderson

Lesson of the Day: 'A Shower Bus Helps Those Without Access' - The New York Times - 1 views

  • Here are eight words you’ll find in this article that you may not know:
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Siri Anderson

Minnesota Teacher Shortage Loan Repayment Program - 1 views

    Also, if you meet eligibility be sure to apply for this next year.
Siri Anderson

Minnesota Student Teacher Grants - 0 views

  • Fall 2021: July 31st, 2021 Spring/Summer 2022: November 12th, 2021
    Be sure to put these dates on your calendar if you are eligible to apply for funds to support you during student teaching.
Maria Hillukka

adhd success story ted - YouTube - 0 views

  • Failing at Normal: An ADHD Success Story | Jessica McCabe | TEDxBratislava
    Great success story of an individual with ADHD. McCabe shares her journey of ADHD throughout school and how it affected her.

Supporting Students with Down Syndrome In The Classroom - 0 views

  • just-right-challenge means you are meeting your student where they are at, adapting an activity to where they are still being challenged, but not too much that it seems unachievable and can lead to frustration.
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      Zone of Proximal Development
  • Classroom
  • supportive seating
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  • sensory needs being met?
  • Are teachers and/or other students aware of your student’s needs/how best to support their learning? Is there additional support in the classroom if needed?

Educator Webinar Series 2021 - 0 views

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      Possible training for those yearly hours we all need to meet.

Students with Down Syndrome in the Classroom - Classful - 1 views

  • A strong preference for visual learning A natural inclination to technology Strong capacity for social understanding and empathy Stead vocabulary acquisition Strong short-term memory Age-appropriate self-help and daily living skills
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      Focus on positive attributes to help children achieve!
  • learning challenges
  • Poor auditory memory Hearing and visual weakness Sequencing difficulties Fine motor skills impairment thanks to low muscle tone Brief attention span and distractibility
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      challenges to watch for when working with a Down's student.
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  • they often need additional resources outside of the mainstream classroom.
  • Create inclusivity for students with Down Syndrome
  • Build self-esteem
  • Increase attention span
  • Talk clearly
  • Early intervention in preschool for kids with Down syndrome
  • Teaching strategies for students with Down syndromeThe following strategies can help you teach reading to learners with Down syndrome: Capitalizing on the child’s visual-spatial learning style with the help of multimedia teaching resources Keeping instructions well-structured and predictable Incremental teaching, with each lesson building upon what was learned in the previous lesson Breaking reading tasks into manageable pieces with multiple breaks in between Aiding instructions with game-based plays
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      Great strategies for students!
  • Does it come with plenty of visual aids and visually-based instructions? Does it have an option for the keyboard instead of handwriting input? Does it include activities and/or modalities to teach specific reading concepts?
  • not all areas of the child’s development are affected by Down syndrome

No Child Is Just Born Gifted: Creating and Developing Unlimited Potential | National As... - 0 views

  • High intelligence, whether expressed in cognitive abilities such as the capacity to generalize, conceptualize, or reason abstractly, or in specific abilities such as creative behavior, results from the interaction between inherited and acquired characteristics. This interaction encompasses all of the physical, mental, and emotional characteristics of the person and all of the people, events, and objects entering the person’s awareness. Our reality is unique to each of us.
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