By Alan & Rupert Pray Stern, Mel Crawford
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How nicely you’re doing that! Generic Instructional Strategies 13 Mr. Jones: Oh I see you’re brushing the baby’s hair. Her hair looks very pretty now that you’ve brushed it. Note that Ms. Ramirez, while following the child’s lead and talking about what the child is interested in, does not use specific vocabulary. She does not label key actions and objects. Mr. Jones, on the other hand, specifically labels the most salient aspects of the child’s activity: brush, baby, and hair. This is sometimes referred to as mapping language onto experience.
USING AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION: MANAGING BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS The most common child characteristic that results in failed placements in inclusive settings is disruptive behavior. ) While any child can develop problem behaviors, children with special needs are more likely to present challenging behaviors. Characteristics of certain disabilities may be more likely to lead to the development of behavior problems if they are not handled effectively. For example, children who have neurological impairments or attention deficits may have difficulty learning to regulate impulses and control aggression.
Floor Time. This approach, developed by child psychiatrist Stanley Greenspan, is becoming increasingly popular among early interventionists working with two- and three-year-olds who demonstrate difficulties with self-regulation and symptoms of autism. Floor time focuses on the interactive relationship between the caregiver and child, attempting to enhance and increase turn taking and responsive interaction cycles through open-ended play activities (Greenspan & Weider, 1998). PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System).
Bil Baird's Whistling Wizard by Alan & Rupert Pray Stern, Mel Crawford