Looking after somebody else's kids is like nothing else that you have ever done! Whether you are a foster carer, an adopter or even a childminder you will encounter highs and lows that you never dreamed of. But other peoples kids don't come with a manual, so where do you turn for advice and guidance, especially when the Social Services offices are closed? Well, you could start with this little book! It is packed with loads of helpful advice, tips and tricks to help you on your exciting journey....and it's easy to read. It even has advice on caring for teenagers! So stop guessing and start learning.
Use this book of hands-on learning exercises to help teach older elementary kids creative writing in a workshop format. The booklet lays out interactive brainstorming and story forming exercises to get children engaged, overcome their shyness or nerves, and actually start writing in the course of one hour and a half long workshop. Exercises and tips are based on two workshop sessions, but teachers may adapt the material as needed to fit their timeframes.
What if your school just said "yes" to inclusion?
How would students with and without autism benefit? How would you solve the challenges? What do great inclusive schools really look like? Paula Kluth has the answers-and now they're on one powerful DVD that will help make your school an inclusion success story.
An ideal professional development resource for experienced educators and preservice teachers in K-12 classrooms, this package also includes a concise Facilitator's Guide with sample professional development plans, helpful summaries of teaching strategies, more tips from educators, thought-provoking questions for group discussion, and practical forms and checklists to evaluate practices and plan supports.
Say yes to inclusion with this comprehensive guide from Paula Kluth-and help your school become a stronger community where all learners use their unique gifts and achieve their full potential.
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