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Tags: evidence based asd practices, PEERspective Model, Social Skills, social skills curriculum, teaching social skills, video modeling.
Featuring Jennifer M. Schmidt and Megan R. Barrett
There are 27 Evidence Based Practices for students with autism (NCAEP, 2020) and many of these EBP’s are highly effective when teaching social skills to students on the spectrum. Through this webinar you will learn about the 7 EBP’s consistently used in the PEERspective Model. This model was created by Jennifer more than 15 years ago and many districts have adopted it with similar success. Learn about how to implement your own PEERspective Model and/or how to use EBP’s in your setting to successfully teach social skills to students with autism.$20 Product Details »
Incorporating Social Goals in the Classroom – A Guide for Teachers and Parents of Children with High-Functioning Autism and Asperger SyndromeAuthor: Rebecca A. Moyes, Foreword by Susan J. MorenoPublishing Info: Paperback 192 pages / 2001Tags: IEP goals, social skills in the classroom, social skills lesson plans, teaching social skills.
This book provides practical, hands-on strategies to teach social skills to children with high-functioning autism and Asperger Syndrome.$41.95 Product Details »
Author: Edited by Carol Gray and Abbie Leigh White, Illustrated by Sean McAndrewPublishing Info: Paperback 160 pages / 2002Tags: Social Stories, teaching life skills, teaching social skills.
Carol Gray’s social stories have been found to be very effective in teaching social and life skills to children on the autism spectrum.$27.95 Product Details »
Author: Rachael BareketPublishing Info: Softcover 101 pages / February 2006Tags: hands-on social skills activities, social skills for young children, teaching social skills.
This collection of practical, hands-on social skills activities are easy for both parents and teachers to carry out with the child.$36.95 Product Details »
Author: Ruth Weltmann BegunPublishing Info: Softcover 304 pages / 1998Tags: social behaviors, social skills at school, social skills lesson plans, teaching social skills.
In the early primary school years, children need to learn certain social skills to be successful in school and out. Some children have already mastered handling disappointment and working out differences with others, but many children struggle with the so$32.99 Product Details »
Author: Ruth Weltmann BegunPublishing Info: Softcover 224 pages / 1995Tags: positive behavior skills, social skills at school, social skills lesson plans, teaching social skills.
This resource is part of the four-volume Social Skills Curriculum Library – a practical series designed to help you teach positive behavior skills to student of all abilities.$32.99 Product Details »
Social Engagement & the Steps to Being Social: A Practical Guide for Teaching Social Skills to Individuals with Autism Spectrum DisorderAuthor: Kathleen Taylor and Marci LaurelPublishing Info: Paperback 106 pages / December 2016Tags: social development, social engagement, Social Skills, teaching social skills.
This user-friendly book defines social engagement in observable language and breaks down social skills into a series of clearly defined steps. Each step is further broken down into pivotal skills that can be taught directly, and matched with evidence- based practices to support teaching and learning. Case studies help illuminate concepts discussed at each step and sample activities are provided to support immediate real-world application.$27.95 Product Details »
Social Skills for Kids – Over 75 Fun Games & Activities For Building Better Relationships, Problem Solving & Improving CommunicationAuthor: Janine HalloranPublishing Info: Paperback 198 page / September 2018Tags: following directions, problem solving, self-regulation, social skills games, teaching social skills.
More than 75 easy and ready-to-use games and activities. Bestselling author Janine Halloran has created a treasure chest of practical lessons to teach social skills by playing.$34.95 Product Details »
Social Skills Success for Students with Autism / Asperger’s: Helping Adolescents on the Spectrum to Fit InAuthor: Fred Frankel and Jeffrey J. WoodPublishing Info: Paperback 256 pages / October 2011Tags: adolescents and social skills, body language, teaching social skills, UCLA PEERS Program.
Two nationally known experts in friendship formation and anxiety management address the social challenges faced by adolescents with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). The book helps educators instruct youth on conversing with others, displaying appropriate body language, managing anxiety, initiating and participating in get-togethers, and more. The book is filled with helpful information on ASD to aid teachers who have received little training on the topic. Extremely practical, the book includes lesson plans, checklists, and sidebars with helpful advice.$35.95 Product Details »
Author: Carol GrayPublishing Info: Paperback with CD ROM 480 pages/ November 2015Tags: ready-to-use stories, Social situations, Social Stories, teaching social skills.
Since the early 90s, Carol Gray’s world-famous Social Stories have helped thousands of children with autism spectrum disorders. This 15th Anniversary Edition of her best-selling book offers ready-to-use stories that parents and educators have depended on for years.$55.95 Product Details »