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Simple stuff to get kids self-regulating in school : awesome and in control lesson plans, worksheets and strategies for learning / Lauren Brukner and Lauren Liebstein Singer.

By: Brukner, Lauren.
Contributor(s): Liebstein, Lauren.
Publisher: London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2018Copyright date: �2018Description: 214 pages ; 28 cm illustrations.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781785927614.Subject(s): CHILDREN | KINDERGARTEN | PRIMARY SCHOOL AGE | SELF REGULATION | SENSORY PROCESSING | EMOTIONS | BEHAVIOUR MODIFICATION | CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT | TEACHERS GUIDES | PROFESSIONALS GUIDES | AWESOME AND IN CONTROLAdditional physical formats: ebook version :: No title
Contents:
INTRODUCING THE PROGRAM. - 1. What is universal design for learning and why is it so important? - 2. The background. - 3. Basic building blocks of this program. - 4. All about self-regulation and sensoryprocessing. - 5. The environment. - 6. How to use this book. - THE LESSON PLANS. - 7. Introducing the Awesone and In Control Program. - 8. States of regulation: slow and tired, fast and emotional and fast and wiggly. - 9. My feelings are unpredictable! Changes and triggers. - 10. Before we begin: let's make breathing concrete. - 11. Making the connection: what is an anywhere body break? - 12. Making the connection: exploring tools. - 13. Making the connection: big body breaks. - THE STRATEGY CARDS: 14 What are strategy cards? - 15. Making sure strategies stick. - 16. Assessments. - Bibliography.
Summary: Packed with photocopiable lesson plans and tried and tested strategies, this illustrated guide is the ideal companion for teachers and therapists wishing to help kindergarten and elementary school children to self-regulate. It contains everything you need to integrate the successful, research-based 'Awesome and In Control' program, which focuses on empowering children to regulate their own emotions and senses and helping them to develop excellent coping strategies.Explaining how the popular, universal 'Awesome and In Control' program works, the guide enables you to help children to keep calm and in control during everyday tasks including reading, writing and paying attention to others.
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INTRODUCING THE PROGRAM. - 1. What is universal design for learning and why is it so important? - 2. The background. - 3. Basic building blocks of this program. - 4. All about self-regulation and sensoryprocessing. - 5. The environment. - 6. How to use this book. - THE LESSON PLANS. - 7. Introducing the Awesone and In Control Program. - 8. States of regulation: slow and tired, fast and emotional and fast and wiggly. - 9. My feelings are unpredictable! Changes and triggers. - 10. Before we begin: let's make breathing concrete. - 11. Making the connection: what is an anywhere body break? - 12. Making the connection: exploring tools. - 13. Making the connection: big body breaks. - THE STRATEGY CARDS: 14 What are strategy cards? - 15. Making sure strategies stick. - 16. Assessments. - Bibliography.

Packed with photocopiable lesson plans and tried and tested strategies, this illustrated guide is the ideal companion for teachers and therapists wishing to help kindergarten and elementary school children to self-regulate. It contains everything you need to integrate the successful, research-based 'Awesome and In Control' program, which focuses on empowering children to regulate their own emotions and senses and helping them to develop excellent coping strategies.Explaining how the popular, universal 'Awesome and In Control' program works, the guide enables you to help children to keep calm and in control during everyday tasks including reading, writing and paying attention to others.

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