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Teachers Ask About Sensory Integration is an elegant approach to an often illusive subject. Carol Kranowitz interviews expert occupational therapist Stacey Szklut about how to teach children with sensory integration challenges. Includes 60-page booklet with a complete appendix, glossary, resource list, and a variety of performance checklists.
Classroom teachers, school administrators, physical educators, music teachers and paraprofessionals take heart! Sensory Integration Dysfunction (SID) is a real and plausible diagnosis that explains many of the difficulties you may encounter with your students and children today. This cassette and companion booklet deliver clear, concise information about how to more effectively work with SID affected children.
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"Teachers Ask About Sensory Integration" is an elegant approach to an often illusive subject. Carol Stock Kranowitz, MA, author of the best selling book The Out-of-Sync Child, interviews expert occupational therapist Stacey Szklut, MS, OTR/L about how to teach children with sensory integration challenges.
Contents include: Understanding why challenges in sensory integration affect learning - Learning how to become a good 'detective' of SI dysfunction in the classroom - Gaining insight into how sensory integration dysfunction can look like ADD, ADHD or learning disabilities - Learning methods for creating effective collaborations between home and school - Materials appropriate for preschool through high school teachers and school professionals
The audio cassette features a full-length discussion of SI dysfunction as it relates to the teaching environment. The companion booklet contains a complete appendix, glossary, resource list, and a variety of performance checklists.
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