A whole class approach to implementing sensory-safe strategies in the classroom

Using sensory strategies in the classroom

This training webinar offers advice on how to incorporate the whole class in implementing sensory strategies in the classroom ensuring kids stay in the “Just Right” zone & have a calm and productive day.

In a classroom of kids, research is telling us that there are 4-5 (up to 16%) with learning difficulties, sensory processing difficulties and sensory driven behaviour.

Teaching and catering for so many different learning and behavioural needs can be fatiguing!

Trainer: Deb Hopper, Occupational Therapist

Duration: 60 minutes (includes unlimited personal access to replay and bonus resources)

Cost: $59 incl GST

Watch the training workshop to:

  1. Understand what sensory processing difficulties might look like in the classroom situation and how to identify children who may be struggling with sensory issues
  2. Develop an understanding of the three main subtypes of categorising children with sensory processing difficulties
  3. Understand the difficulties experienced by children with individual sensory processing differences
  4. Develop an understanding of how these difficulties may be viewed as negative behaviour rather than sensory driven behaviour
  5. Brainstorm ideas for sensory strategies in class that they can implement the next day.

BONUS RESOURCES:

  1. Video recording for view on demand following workshop.
  2. Links to online resources mentioned in webinar.
  3. Copy of the Just Right Kids Self Regulation Model to use in the classroom
 
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