Autism and Behavioral Problems: 6 Anger Managements Tips for Kids | Autism and anger can be all-consuming. From explosive meltdowns to self-injurious behavior, it’s essential for parents to equip their children with the coping skills they need in the classroom and beyond. We’re sharing our best self-discipline and self-control activities as well as other tips and tools you can use to calm an angry child.#anger #angermanagement #parenting #parentingtips #parenting101 #autism #ASD #meltdown
This form works well for keeping track of incidents in the classroom. It is also really helpful for us as teachers to not respond in the heat of the frustration. Instead of me immediately responding to their behavior, I provide them with the incident form.
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE Circles are used to help prevent harm and conflict by helping to build a sense of belonging, safety, and social responsibility in the school.
Activity Includes Activity Introduction Discussion Wave of Anxiety Diagram Instructions My Wave of Anxiety Discussion Questions Coping Skills Tips for use Begin with the clients constant stressors Reflect with the client what exacerbates these stressors Discuss how client can use coping skills to prevent reaching peak level Come up with some realistic practices that help prevent peak level anxiety
This conflict resolution chart is meant to be used for Middle School advisory. I would find it useful, especially since our school has a Peer Mediation Program that encourages students to solve conflicts amongst themselves.
This FREE visual is a printable behavior support for students with Autism and other visual learners. The "I Feel Card," works well with students who have difficulty understanding and expressing and communicating emotions/feelings and needs.