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Twitter,where you find it!
what we’ll do social media stuff on every page!
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#etc2015!
#re...
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Introduce yourself!
Tell us your name and why you are here in 30 seconds or less.
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Today’s Schedule
8:00-8:50 Setting the Stage
8:50-10:00 Language Delays & Autism
10:00-10:30 Break...
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You’ll see this a lot today
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Have a Language Delay
Under the Age of 5
1 in 12 Children
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Expressive Language
Receptive Language
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Red Flags for Receptive Language Issues
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Doesn’t use gestures like waving “bye bye” by 12 months!
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A hard time understanding what other people have said.
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Problems following directions that are spoken to them
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Problems organizing their thoughts.
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How might this sound for our
students?
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!
!
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Describe this
picture. You may
not use the words
dog, spaghetti, or!
slurp
Try This:
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Apraxia of Speech
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Hanen Centre
Excellent Resource!
Professional Development Opportunities!
Information to share with...
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http://www.cdc.gov
Fantastic Resource regarding developmental milestones
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Red Flags for Expressive Language Issues
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Short sentences
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Difficulty finding the right words
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12 to 15 months
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Doesn’t use gestures like waving “bye bye” by 12 months!
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Doesn’t babble things like "bababababa" by 12 to 15 months!
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Doesn't understand and respond to words like "no" and
"up" by 15 months
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15 to 18 months
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Doesn't point to objects or people of interest
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Isn’t using several single words like "Mommy" or "up"
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Doesn’t understand simple commands like "Don't touch"
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2 to 5 years
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Isn’t joining two words together like "Daddy go" by two
years!
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Isn’t using sentences (e.g. "I don't want that" or "My truck is
broken") by three years!
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Isn’t able to tell a simple story by four or five years
01
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What now?
Interactive Quiz
Talk with parents
01
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Strategies & Suggestions
Go Visual!
Write down all directions!
Use pictures!
Use Visual Schedules!...
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ProgramsWorth Exploring
Touch Math Multisensory Math Program!
EmPOWER Writing Program!
On Cloud Ni...
01
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Braden
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1qOy3035Ho
Braden’s video
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Four Key Areas
Social
Interaction
Communication
Restricted
or Repetitive
Movement
Lack of
Symbolic...
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Social
Interaction
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Four Key Areas
Social
Interaction
Communication
Restricted
or Repetitive
Movement
Lack of
Symbolic...
01
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Echolalia!
Non-verbal!
Poor language pragmatics!
Non-reciprocal speech!
Poor topic maintenance!...
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Meet Brick
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Four Key Areas
Social
Interaction
Communication
Restricted
or Repetitive
Movement
Lack of
Symbolic...
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Restricted or
Repetitive
Movement
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Four Key Areas
Social
Interaction
Communication
Restricted
or Repetitive
Movement
Lack of
Symbolic...
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Lack of
Symbolic
Play
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Pragmatic Language Impairment
DSM V
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10 Red Flags for ASD
http://www.cbsnews.com/media/10-early-warning-signs-of-autism/2/
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Does not respond to his/her own name
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Rarely smiles when approached by caregivers
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Rarely imitates expressions
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Delayed or infrequent babbling
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Does not gesture to communicate
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Poor eye contact
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Infrequently seeks attention
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Unusual body movements
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Does not reach up when parents try to pick him/her up
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No Joint-Attention: back-and-forth sharing of sounds,
smiles, or other facial expressions by 9 mon...
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Toe walking
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Any loss of speech or babbling or social skills at any age!
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Shows no fear of danger
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Sensitivity to sound
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Laughing hysterically for no reason!
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Other Signs
Hyperlexia!
Poor Muscle Tone!
Poor Fine Motor Skills!
Insistence on Routines!
No Respo...
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Strategies for your classroom
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Go visual
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First…Then
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Give breaks
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Allow choice
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Individualized, visual reward system
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So How DoWeTalk to Parents?
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Just the Facts
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Collect data!
Show them the data!
Give them a
developmental check-list!
Show concern
Give a diagno...
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Let’s take a break
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Let’sTake a Break
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Aspergers
DSM-V !
Social Communication Disorder
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Red Flags for Aspergers
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Typical cognitive and language development
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Conversations are long and one-sided
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Doesn’t appear to empathize with another’s feelings
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Pre-occupied with one or two topics of interest
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Very literal…sometimes doesn’t understand humor
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Reacts negatively to any type of change in schedule
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Very sensitive to sensory input…prone to meltdowns
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Speaks in monotonous, rigid, or unusually fast voice
Video
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Sensory Break
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Behavioral Disorders
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“Boys will be boys”
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Group discussion
Read over the information about behavioral disorders
using the A-B-C format.!
A-B...
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Group discussion continued
Go to http://goo.gl/GGHZCZ!
List down some successful strategies you ha...
01
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Let’s share
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Recommended Strategies
Try to build a positive relationship with the child!
Maintain and reinforce...
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Introduce replacement behaviors!
Conduct a Functional Behavior Assessment to
determine the “why” o...
01
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How do we talk with parents?
01
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Time of Day Location Behavior
What
happened
before?
Consequence
8:05 in line
pulled
classmate’s
ha...
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Case Study Practice
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Reading disabilities makes up 80% of all learning disabilities.
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Dyslexia
DSM-V:
Specific Learning Disability
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Quiz Time
Are more girls or boys diagnosed with
Dyslexia?
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Prevalence of Reading Disability in Boys & Girls
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WHY?
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01
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70-80% of children learn how to transform printed symbols into a phonetic code
without much difficu...
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Dyslexia Clues
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What is the earliest clue?
A Speech Delay
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Red Flags for Dyslexia in Early Childhood
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Ages 3-4
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Cannot identify 10 alphabet letters, or letters in own name
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Does not show an interest in playing with sounds (like
nursery rhymes)!
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Does not recognize that sentences come apart (like a roll of
perforated postage stamps)!
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Cannot recognize
and name a growing
number of letters!
Cannot break
spoken words into
syllables!
D...
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Age 5 to 5 1/2
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Cannot name a word that rhymes with a simple word!
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Unable to recognize and name upper and lowercase letters
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Unable to tell if two words rhyme!
Boat
Train
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Ages 5 1/2- 6
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Cannot identify the beginning sound in a word
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Unable to count the phonemes in a word!
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Has difficulty blending phonemes into a word
Z + oooooo zoo
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Does not begin to decode simple words!
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Unable to write own name
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Cannot identify all the sounds of the letters in the alphabet!
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Red flags @ any time
!
A family history of
Dyslexia!
A fear of reading aloud!
Trouble reading math...
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-Omitting parts of words
-stumbling on multisyllabic
words -fear of reading out
loud -choppy
oral ...
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Take a moment:
!
What traits do these famous dyslexic
people possess?
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CommonTraits
Persistent!
Innovative!
Imaginative!
Creative!
Inquisitive
Resilient!
Inventive!
Good...
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Now what?
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Dyslexia is Persistent Through Life
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Must Haves
01
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DIBELS (Dynamic
Indicators of Basic Early
Literacy Skills)!
PAST (Phonemic
Awareness Skills Tes...
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Note
For an official diagnosis of Dyslexia, one must
be assessed by an educational psychologist.
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Reading Instruction
Direct and Explicit!
Systematic and Structured!
Multi-sensory
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Multi-sensory
Write letters in sand!
Use a screen and a crayon!
Finger tap!
Use coins or buttons f...
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Video of Orton Gillingham
–Johnny Appleseed
01
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Time For a Spelling Test
embarrassed!
Fahrenheit!
lieutenant!
February!
prejudice
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Let’s Spell
lieutenant!
Break it into parts!
lie!
u!
ten!
ant
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Institute for Multisensory Education (ISME)!
Wilson Reading System!
Lindamood-Bell programs!
Read ...
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01
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01
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“A few kind words, a show
of interest, a vote of
confidence to the right kid
at the right time -...
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Sensory Processing Disorder
No longer in DSM-V
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–Johnny Appleseed
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Ways Children with SPD Respond
to Sensory Input
Sensory Avoider!
Sensory Seeker!
Sensory Under-Res...
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Red Flags for Sensory Processing Disorder
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Picture of sight sensory
Sight
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Sensitive to light
Holds objects close to
face to look at them
Unaware of changes
made in room
arr...
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Picture of sound (headphones)
–Johnny Appleseed
Sound
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Puts hands over ears at
loud sounds
Speaks loudly
Responds slowly or not
at all to verbal requests...
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Picture of nose
–Johnny Appleseed
Smell
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Objects to odors such
as ripe banana, smoke,
eggs.
Sniffs people or objects Ignores strong smells
...
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Taste picture
–Johnny Appleseed
Taste
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Strongly objects to
certain textures of food
Licks and tastes
inedible objects
May gag when eating...
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Picture of touch
–Johnny Appleseed
Touch
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Overreacts to minor
bumps or scrapes
Gets very close to
others when playing
Unaware of messy/
dirt...
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Vestibular picture (Movement and Balance)
–Johnny Appleseed
Vestibular
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Fears swings, slides,
heights, elevators
Constantly moving
Likes to sit, stand, or
move around
Get...
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Picture of Proprioceptive (Body awareness)
–Johnny Appleseed
Proprioceptive
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Prefers not to move
Likes rough and
tumble play
Unaware when others
bump into him/her
Dislikes oth...
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Get alerting and calming strategies from other presentation
and post them here
–Johnny Appleseed
S...
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Add video of a good sensory diet!
also the calming swing
–Johnny Appleseed
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Jensen, E. (2000, November). Movement with the Brain in Mind. Educational Leadership, na, 34-36...
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Noise Cancellation	

Headphones
A Hat Indoors
Over Sensitivity to Sound & Light
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Heavy Work
Lap-buddy
Comfortable 	

Enclosure
Nelson, Kimberly. "Mrs. Nelson's Class - MrsNelsonsC...
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Lehrer, Jonah. "The Cognitive Benefits of Chewing Gum." Wired Science. N.p., 29 Nov. 2011. Web. 18...
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Recommended Reading
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–Johnny Appleseed
Lunch
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Is this Normal or Could My Student Have a Learning Disability: Red flags in Early Childhood Education

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Teachers often find themselves in a classroom with 10-25 students who represent a tremendous range of academic ability. How do we, as educators, know what to look for when trying to determine if a child may or may not have special learning needs? In this workshop, educators will learn to identify some "red flags" in their students. Autism, Dyslexia, Behaviorial Issues, and poor Executive Functioning skills are some of the special need areas that will be addressed. This interactive workshop will include case studies, videos, and group discussion centered around the potential warning signs and simple accommodations we can make in the classroom to help each child succeed.

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  1. 1. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Date
  2. 2. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Twitter,where you find it! what we’ll do social media stuff on every page! @LoriBoll! #etc2015! #redflags http://goo.gl/o0wIoa
  3. 3. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  4. 4. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Introduce yourself! Tell us your name and why you are here in 30 seconds or less.
  5. 5. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Today’s Schedule 8:00-8:50 Setting the Stage 8:50-10:00 Language Delays & Autism 10:00-10:30 Break 10:30-12:30 Aspergers & Behavioral Disorders 12:30-1:30 Lunch 1:30-2:30 Dyslexia & Sensory Processing 2:30-3:00 Break 3:00-4:30 Case Studies and Questions
  6. 6. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll You’ll see this a lot today
  7. 7. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Have a Language Delay Under the Age of 5 1 in 12 Children
  8. 8. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Expressive Language Receptive Language
  9. 9. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  10. 10. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  11. 11. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Red Flags for Receptive Language Issues
  12. 12. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Doesn’t use gestures like waving “bye bye” by 12 months!
  13. 13. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll A hard time understanding what other people have said.
  14. 14. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Problems following directions that are spoken to them
  15. 15. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Problems organizing their thoughts.
  16. 16. 01 LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll How might this sound for our students?
  17. 17. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll ! !
  18. 18. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  19. 19. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Describe this picture. You may not use the words dog, spaghetti, or! slurp Try This:
  20. 20. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Apraxia of Speech
  21. 21. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Hanen Centre Excellent Resource! Professional Development Opportunities! Information to share with families
  22. 22. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll http://www.cdc.gov Fantastic Resource regarding developmental milestones
  23. 23. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Red Flags for Expressive Language Issues
  24. 24. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Short sentences
  25. 25. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Difficulty finding the right words
  26. 26. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll 12 to 15 months
  27. 27. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Doesn’t use gestures like waving “bye bye” by 12 months!
  28. 28. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Doesn’t babble things like "bababababa" by 12 to 15 months!
  29. 29. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Doesn't understand and respond to words like "no" and "up" by 15 months
  30. 30. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll 15 to 18 months
  31. 31. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Doesn't point to objects or people of interest
  32. 32. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Isn’t using several single words like "Mommy" or "up"
  33. 33. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Doesn’t understand simple commands like "Don't touch"
  34. 34. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll 2 to 5 years
  35. 35. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Isn’t joining two words together like "Daddy go" by two years!
  36. 36. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Isn’t using sentences (e.g. "I don't want that" or "My truck is broken") by three years!
  37. 37. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Isn’t able to tell a simple story by four or five years
  38. 38. 01 LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll What now? Interactive Quiz Talk with parents
  39. 39. 01 LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  40. 40. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  41. 41. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Strategies & Suggestions Go Visual! Write down all directions! Use pictures! Use Visual Schedules! Use Graphic Organizers for Writing! Multi-Sensory Approach to Reading, Writing, Math! Be patient! Get support from a professional! Use appropriate technology
  42. 42. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll ProgramsWorth Exploring Touch Math Multisensory Math Program! EmPOWER Writing Program! On Cloud Nine for Pragmatic Language! SuperFlex Social Thinking Program
  43. 43. 01 LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  44. 44. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  45. 45. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  46. 46. 01 LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Braden
  47. 47. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1qOy3035Ho Braden’s video
  48. 48. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Four Key Areas Social Interaction Communication Restricted or Repetitive Movement Lack of Symbolic Play
  49. 49. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Social Interaction
  50. 50. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Four Key Areas Social Interaction Communication Restricted or Repetitive Movement Lack of Symbolic Play
  51. 51. 01 LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Echolalia! Non-verbal! Poor language pragmatics! Non-reciprocal speech! Poor topic maintenance! Palialia! Communication Warning Signs Lack of reciprocity! Need to control topic! Lack of meaningful speech! Lack of expression
  52. 52. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Meet Brick
  53. 53. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Four Key Areas Social Interaction Communication Restricted or Repetitive Movement Lack of Symbolic Play
  54. 54. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Restricted or Repetitive Movement
  55. 55. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Four Key Areas Social Interaction Communication Restricted or Repetitive Movement Lack of Symbolic Play
  56. 56. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Lack of Symbolic Play
  57. 57. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Pragmatic Language Impairment DSM V
  58. 58. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll 10 Red Flags for ASD http://www.cbsnews.com/media/10-early-warning-signs-of-autism/2/
  59. 59. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Does not respond to his/her own name
  60. 60. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Rarely smiles when approached by caregivers
  61. 61. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Rarely imitates expressions
  62. 62. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Delayed or infrequent babbling
  63. 63. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Does not gesture to communicate
  64. 64. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Poor eye contact
  65. 65. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Infrequently seeks attention
  66. 66. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Unusual body movements
  67. 67. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Does not reach up when parents try to pick him/her up
  68. 68. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBollDelays in motor development
  69. 69. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll No Joint-Attention: back-and-forth sharing of sounds, smiles, or other facial expressions by 9 months or thereafter
  70. 70. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Toe walking
  71. 71. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Any loss of speech or babbling or social skills at any age!
  72. 72. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Shows no fear of danger
  73. 73. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Sensitivity to sound
  74. 74. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Laughing hysterically for no reason!
  75. 75. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Other Signs Hyperlexia! Poor Muscle Tone! Poor Fine Motor Skills! Insistence on Routines! No Response to Sound
  76. 76. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  77. 77. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Strategies for your classroom
  78. 78. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  79. 79. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Go visual
  80. 80. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  81. 81. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  82. 82. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll First…Then
  83. 83. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Give breaks
  84. 84. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Allow choice
  85. 85. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Individualized, visual reward system
  86. 86. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll So How DoWeTalk to Parents?
  87. 87. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Just the Facts
  88. 88. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Collect data! Show them the data! Give them a developmental check-list! Show concern Give a diagnosis! Compare to your own child! Give opinions! Show frustration Do Do Not
  89. 89. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Let’s take a break
  90. 90. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Let’sTake a Break
  91. 91. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Aspergers DSM-V ! Social Communication Disorder
  92. 92. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Red Flags for Aspergers
  93. 93. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Typical cognitive and language development
  94. 94. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Conversations are long and one-sided
  95. 95. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Doesn’t appear to empathize with another’s feelings
  96. 96. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Pre-occupied with one or two topics of interest
  97. 97. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Very literal…sometimes doesn’t understand humor
  98. 98. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Reacts negatively to any type of change in schedule
  99. 99. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  100. 100. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Very sensitive to sensory input…prone to meltdowns
  101. 101. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Speaks in monotonous, rigid, or unusually fast voice Video
  102. 102. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Sensory Break
  103. 103. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Behavioral Disorders
  104. 104. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll “Boys will be boys”
  105. 105. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Group discussion Read over the information about behavioral disorders using the A-B-C format.! A-B-C format.
  106. 106. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Group discussion continued Go to http://goo.gl/GGHZCZ! List down some successful strategies you have used when working with children with behavioral issues in your classroom! Discuss these with a partner
  107. 107. 01 LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Let’s share
  108. 108. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Recommended Strategies Try to build a positive relationship with the child! Maintain and reinforce consistent routines, transitions, and rules! Increase positive and descriptive feedback! Reframe “misbehavior” as “mistaken behavior”
  109. 109. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Introduce replacement behaviors! Conduct a Functional Behavior Assessment to determine the “why” of the behavior! Try not to react to the behavior! Teach social skills in an explicit manner! Teach child to name feelings! Explicitly teach problems solving skills! Collaborate with parents to develop a common plan
  110. 110. 01 LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll How do we talk with parents?
  111. 111. 01 LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  112. 112. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Time of Day Location Behavior What happened before? Consequence 8:05 in line pulled classmate’s hair student got too close to him Time out 9:20 carpet yelled in classmate’s ear student touched his knee Time out 10:15 playground kicked a classmate kids were playing chase Sent to principal’s office 11:45 in line screamed “I hate you,” at teacher teacher asked him to line up quietly Teacher cried
  113. 113. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Case Study Practice
  114. 114. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Reading disabilities makes up 80% of all learning disabilities.
  115. 115. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  116. 116. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Dyslexia DSM-V: Specific Learning Disability
  117. 117. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Quiz Time Are more girls or boys diagnosed with Dyslexia?
  118. 118. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Prevalence of Reading Disability in Boys & Girls
  119. 119. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  120. 120. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll WHY?
  121. 121. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  122. 122. 01 LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  123. 123. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll 70-80% of children learn how to transform printed symbols into a phonetic code without much difficulty.
  124. 124. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Dyslexia Clues
  125. 125. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll What is the earliest clue? A Speech Delay
  126. 126. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Red Flags for Dyslexia in Early Childhood
  127. 127. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Ages 3-4
  128. 128. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Cannot identify 10 alphabet letters, or letters in own name
  129. 129. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Does not show an interest in playing with sounds (like nursery rhymes)!
  130. 130. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Does not recognize that sentences come apart (like a roll of perforated postage stamps)!
  131. 131. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Cannot recognize and name a growing number of letters! Cannot break spoken words into syllables! Does not begin to break words into phonemes! Ages 4-5
  132. 132. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Age 5 to 5 1/2
  133. 133. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Cannot name a word that rhymes with a simple word!
  134. 134. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Unable to recognize and name upper and lowercase letters
  135. 135. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Unable to tell if two words rhyme! Boat Train
  136. 136. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Ages 5 1/2- 6
  137. 137. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Cannot identify the beginning sound in a word
  138. 138. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Unable to count the phonemes in a word!
  139. 139. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Has difficulty blending phonemes into a word Z + oooooo zoo
  140. 140. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Does not begin to decode simple words!
  141. 141. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Unable to write own name
  142. 142. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Cannot identify all the sounds of the letters in the alphabet!
  143. 143. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Red flags @ any time ! A family history of Dyslexia! A fear of reading aloud! Trouble reading math word problems! Omitting parts of words when reading ! No enjoyment in reading! Messy handwriting! Poor spelling! Homework that never seems to end! Inability to finish tests on time
  144. 144. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll -Omitting parts of words -stumbling on multisyllabic words -fear of reading out loud -choppy oral reading -no inflection -poor spelling -inability to finish tests on time -trouble reading math word problems -reading is slow and tiring - homework that never seems to end -messy handwriting - no enjoyment in reading -low self esteem...
  145. 145. 01 LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  146. 146. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Take a moment: ! What traits do these famous dyslexic people possess?
  147. 147. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll CommonTraits Persistent! Innovative! Imaginative! Creative! Inquisitive Resilient! Inventive! Good at seeing the big picture! Problem solvers! “Out of the box” thinkers
  148. 148. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Now what?
  149. 149. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Dyslexia is Persistent Through Life
  150. 150. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  151. 151. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Must Haves
  152. 152. 01 LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll DIBELS (Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills)! PAST (Phonemic Awareness Skills Test)! QRI (Qualitative Reading Inventory)! DRA (Developmental Reading Assessment) ! Identification ! tools!
  153. 153. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Note For an official diagnosis of Dyslexia, one must be assessed by an educational psychologist.
  154. 154. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Reading Instruction Direct and Explicit! Systematic and Structured! Multi-sensory
  155. 155. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Multi-sensory Write letters in sand! Use a screen and a crayon! Finger tap! Use coins or buttons for individual sounds! Arm tapping
  156. 156. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Video of Orton Gillingham –Johnny Appleseed
  157. 157. 01 LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  158. 158. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Time For a Spelling Test embarrassed! Fahrenheit! lieutenant! February! prejudice
  159. 159. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Let’s Spell lieutenant! Break it into parts! lie! u! ten! ant
  160. 160. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Institute for Multisensory Education (ISME)! Wilson Reading System! Lindamood-Bell programs! Read Naturally! Reading Mastery
  161. 161. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  162. 162. 01 LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  163. 163. 01 LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll “A few kind words, a show of interest, a vote of confidence to the right kid at the right time -- that makes all the difference. The only trick is to treat every kid as the 'right' kid...”
  164. 164. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Sensory Processing Disorder No longer in DSM-V
  165. 165. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll –Johnny Appleseed
  166. 166. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  167. 167. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Ways Children with SPD Respond to Sensory Input Sensory Avoider! Sensory Seeker! Sensory Under-Responder
  168. 168. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Red Flags for Sensory Processing Disorder
  169. 169. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Picture of sight sensory Sight
  170. 170. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Sensitive to light Holds objects close to face to look at them Unaware of changes made in room arrangements Avoids eye contact Stares at bright lights Has difficulty catching a ball because of slow response Closes eyes when object is thrown at her Avoider! Seeker Under-! responder
  171. 171. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Picture of sound (headphones) –Johnny Appleseed Sound
  172. 172. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Puts hands over ears at loud sounds Speaks loudly Responds slowly or not at all to verbal requests Expresses expressive emotion at sudden sounds Turns up TV or iPod Avoider! Seeker Under-! responder
  173. 173. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Picture of nose –Johnny Appleseed Smell
  174. 174. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Objects to odors such as ripe banana, smoke, eggs. Sniffs people or objects Ignores strong smells Cries in restaurants and complains of multiple smells Seeks out strong smells (including offensive smells) Doesn’t notice overwhelming smells Covers nose frequently with hands or arm Avoider! Seeker Under-! responder
  175. 175. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Taste picture –Johnny Appleseed Taste
  176. 176. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Strongly objects to certain textures of food Licks and tastes inedible objects May gag when eating certain foods Prefers very spicy foods Avoider! Seeker Under-! responder
  177. 177. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Picture of touch –Johnny Appleseed Touch
  178. 178. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Overreacts to minor bumps or scrapes Gets very close to others when playing Unaware of messy/ dirty face or body Avoids messy activities Puts objects in mouth Doesn’t seem to notice hot or cold Complains about clothing Touches others frequently Slow to potty train Responds inappropriately to a light touch Slow to learn how to dress self Avoider! Seeker Under-! responder
  179. 179. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Vestibular picture (Movement and Balance) –Johnny Appleseed Vestibular
  180. 180. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Fears swings, slides, heights, elevators Constantly moving Likes to sit, stand, or move around Gets car sick easily even on short rides Spins without getting dizzy Does not appear as coordinated as others Difficulty in learning to ride a bike Runs instead of walks Gets tired easily Avoider! Seeker Under-! responder
  181. 181. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Picture of Proprioceptive (Body awareness) –Johnny Appleseed Proprioceptive
  182. 182. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Prefers not to move Likes rough and tumble play Unaware when others bump into him/her Dislikes others moving his/her body Enjoys crashing into others Poor fine/gross motor skills Avoids physical activities Chews on shirt, pencils, toys Doesn’t cry when injured Stomps feet Breaks toys easily Avoider! Seeker Under-! responder
  183. 183. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll
  184. 184. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Get alerting and calming strategies from other presentation and post them here –Johnny Appleseed Strategies for the classroom
  185. 185. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Add video of a good sensory diet! also the calming swing –Johnny Appleseed
  186. 186. 01 LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Jensen, E. (2000, November). Movement with the Brain in Mind. Educational Leadership, na, 34-36. From the blog “New Adventures in First Grade”
  187. 187. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Noise Cancellation Headphones A Hat Indoors Over Sensitivity to Sound & Light
  188. 188. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Heavy Work Lap-buddy Comfortable Enclosure Nelson, Kimberly. "Mrs. Nelson's Class - MrsNelsonsClass.com." Mrs. Nelson's Class - MrsNelsonsClass.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Mar. 2012. <http://www.mrsnelsonsclass.com/teacherre Calming Strategies
  189. 189. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Lehrer, Jonah. "The Cognitive Benefits of Chewing Gum." Wired Science. N.p., 29 Nov. 2011. Web. 18 Mar. 2012. <www.wired.com/ wiredscience/2011/11/the-cognitive-benefits-of-chewing-gum/ > Chewy or Crunchy Snacks Push-ups Crab Walk Alerting Strategies
  190. 190. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Recommended Reading
  191. 191. LoriBoll.me | @LoriBoll Lunch –Johnny Appleseed Lunch
  • sdhadaniti

    Mar. 25, 2015

Teachers often find themselves in a classroom with 10-25 students who represent a tremendous range of academic ability. How do we, as educators, know what to look for when trying to determine if a child may or may not have special learning needs? In this workshop, educators will learn to identify some "red flags" in their students. Autism, Dyslexia, Behaviorial Issues, and poor Executive Functioning skills are some of the special need areas that will be addressed. This interactive workshop will include case studies, videos, and group discussion centered around the potential warning signs and simple accommodations we can make in the classroom to help each child succeed.

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