Strategies for Success
This book offers key strategies for teaching dyspraxic learners in secondary and tertiary education. With practical teaching resources, covering key areas such as literacy, numeracy, memory and study skills, this book shows teachers how best to approach the physical and psychological needs of students with dyspraxia.
Challenging Homophobic Bullying
What is homophobic bullying and what do you do about it? Are you eager to challenge homophobic name-calling in your school? This is a practical guide to dealing with homophobic bullying in all its guises, working with those who bully and supporting those who are bullied. A matter-of-fact resource to help create safer, more inclusive environments.
Checklists to Support Diagnosis, Analysis for Target-Setting and Effective Intervention Strategies
This book provides professionals in multi-disciplinary teams with four photocopiable checklists, designed to assess social and communication skills of children on the autism spectrum, while also providing a framework for planning interventions. Accessibly written background theory and case studies give worked examples of how to use the checklists.
A story about schizophrenia and other illnesses that can cause hallucinations
Schizophrenia is explained to children (4+) through a simple story comparing a child's fun imaginary friends to the voices that can be brought on by schizophrenia or psychosis. Little Bea talks about all the fun things she does with her pretend friend and Big Jay explains how his friends are very different and what people can do to support him.
What Every Teacher Needs to Know
A quick reference guide to Asperger syndrome (ASD) in the classroom, Kathy Hoopmann's handbook is ideal for busy teachers. It covers all the key problem areas, such as meltdowns, explains them from the student's perspective, and provides strategies for how to manage them and create the best environment for the child.
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