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Begin With the End in Mind

Content type: Journal Article
There is a widespread misconception that transition planning and programming begin in high school. However, there are many opportunities for teachers to infuse transition-focused education into teaching and learning activities for their elementary grade...

Self-Management Strategies to Support Students With ASD

Content type: Journal Article
Students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often struggle with a series of executive functioning (EF) deficits that make independent behavior in general education settings difficult. Consequently, teachers or paraprofessionals often are required to...

Doing It MySELF

Content type: Journal Article
Increased focus on participation in transition planning for individuals with disabilities expands the need for effective interventions to support their success. This paper describes the use of a naturalistic self-monitoring protocol designed to increase...

Pain Assessment in Children With Special Needs

Content type: Journal Article
Challenges in assessing the pain of children with special needs are created by the differing abilities of these students to self-report pain presence and intensity. This article reports the results of a literature review examining methods of pain...

How I Encourage Independence in the Classroom

Content type: SET Blog
Posted:  15 January, 2020
Student reach the greatest levels of independence when all staff members are working together to teach and encourage new independent skills. Here are three ways I encourage independence in my classroom and work to build my students skills each and every...

3 Tips for Remembering Behavior-Specific Praise

Content type: SET Blog
Posted:  19 February, 2020
The type of praise you give your students matters, and behavior-specific praise is shown to be the most effective. But, it is also the one that comes least naturally. Here's how I remind myself to consistently implement behavior-specific praise in my room.

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