Table of Contents

Adaptive Behavior

ADHD

Asperger's Syndrome

Assessment

Autism

Behavior

Counseling

DSM-5

Early Childhood

Gifted

Inclusion

Intelligence

Learning Disabilities

Parenting

Pre-Referral

Reading

Resources

Self-Esteem

Social Skills

Speech and Language

Study Skills

Transition

Writing

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GIFTED/AUTISM/ASPERGER SYNDROME

TEACHING GIFTED KIDS IN TODAY’S CLASSROOM
Strategies and Techniques Every Teacher Can Use
Revised and Updated Third Edition

by Susan Winebrenner with Dina Brulles

© 2012

 

afs23951Fully revised and updated for a new generation of educators, this is the definitive guide to meeting the learning needs of gifted students in the mixed-abilities classroom—seamlessly and effectively with minimal preparation time. For years, teachers have turned to this book daily to ensure their gifted students are getting the opportunities they need and deserve. Included are proven, practical, classroom-tested strategies and step-by-step instructions for how to use them. This new edition of Teaching Gifted Kids in Today’s Classroom provides information on

  • using technology for accelerated learning,
  • managing cluster grouping,
  • increasing curriculum rigor,
  • improving assessments,
  • boosting critical and creative thinking skills,
  • addressing gifted kids with special needs, and
  • supporting Common Core State Standards.

CD-ROM provides a PowerPoint® presentation for professional development, customizable reproducible forms from the book, additional extension menus in several subject areas, and a special supplement for parents of gifted children.

 

245 Pages/Paperback
AFS23951
Teaching Gifted Kids in Today’s Classroom
w/CD-ROM (Windows®, Mac®)
$44.00

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FACE CARDS FOR EMOTIONAL AWARENESS
119 Activities for Understanding Yourself and Others

 

by Tad A. Vogl

© 2009

 

Item #ARP5540

This innovative counseling tool features a deck of 54 illustrated cards showing facial expressions of various emotions. The cards help students learn “the language of emotions” as they reflect on their feelings and life experiences. A facilitator’s manual provides implementation guidelines and 119 suggested activities. The activities are flexible and provide a collection of starting points to help promote personal growth and trusting relationships with others. The cards show facial expressions of various emotions to help students learn “the language of emotions.”

 

99 Pages/Paperback
ARP5540
Face Cards for Emotional Awareness
$36.30

arp5540

ASPERGER SYNDROME DIAGNOSTIC SCALE
(ASDS)


by Brenda Smith Myles, Stacey Jones Bock, & Richard L. Simpson

© 2001

ap9350
The Asperger Syndrome Diagnostic Scale (ASDS) was designed to identify Asperger Syndrome in children ages 5 through 18. It provides an AS Quotient that quickly allows you to determine whether a child or adolescent is likely to have Asperger Syndrome. The 50 items that constitute the ASDS were drawn from five specific areas of behavior: cognitive, maladaptive, language, social, and sensorimotor.


The ASDS was normed on 115 persons with asperger Syndrome, autism, learning disabilities, behavior disorders, and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder from across the United States. The sample ranged in age from 5 through 18. The ASDS meets reliability and validity criteria established by the professional assessment community.

 

To order: Check box next to product then Add To Cart
AP9350
ASDS Complete Kit
$133.00
 
(Includes: Examiner's Manual and Summary Response Forms [50])
AP9352
ASDS Summary/Response Forms (50)
$68.00

 

 

 

 

PRACTICAL IDEAS THAT REALLY WORK FOR
STUDENTS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM
DISORDERS: HIGH FUNCTIONING AUTISM


by Kathleen McConnell & Gail R. Ryser

© 2014

Item #AP12020

 

Aligned with the new DSM-5™ criteria, Practical Ideas That Really Work for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: High-Functioning Autism is an effective resource for teachers, counselors, and parents of students with high-functioning ASD in Grades K-12. Key components include:

  • Evaluation Form—a criterion-referenced scale to identify student’s needs, help IEP and RTI teams evaluate specific
    skills and deficits related to ASD, write an intervention plan, and monitor
    progress.

  • Research-based Ideas—practical and easy-to-use addressing social
    communication and interaction, fixated interests and repetitive
    behaviors, and executive functioning skills.

  • Each idea includes a one-page explanation, helpful strategies and
    tips for implementation, and reproducible masters.

  • Idea Matrix – a systematic way to link identified student needs to
    the ideas and strategies to address them.

  • CD-ROM with the reproducible Evaluation Form and student
    materials is included.

135 Pages/Paperback

AP14098

Practical Ideas That Really Work for Students With Autism
Spectrum Disorders: High Functioning Autism (Includes Manual and CD)

$50.00

AP14098

 

 

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