Presentation on theme: "Cheri Sinnott Raven Stromek Illinois Service Resource Center A Service and Resource Center of the Illinois State Board of Education."— Presentation transcript:
Cheri Sinnott Raven Stromek Illinois Service Resource Center A Service and Resource Center of the Illinois State Board of Education
Illinois Service Resource Center A Service and Resource Center of the Illinois State Board of Education Supporting deaf/hard of hearing student behavioral needs Schools/ Educators Individual student observations Data collection support DHH Behavior Team training and support School-wide positive behavior support Online training modules Mentoring Parents/ Families Individual student home visits for behavior support Library – materials mailed with return postage Speakers for parent support groups Locate needed resources Parent Facilitators Newsletter www.isrc.us 800-550-4772
Illinois Service Resource Center A Service and Resource Center of the Illinois State Board of Education Supporting deaf/hard of hearing student behavioral needs Students Deaf Student Network Leadership Day Deaf Can Do It Day Deaf Teen Saturday in the City How I Advocate For Others Essay Contest www.isrc.us 800-550-4772
Kindness and Empathy Empathy statements Teach Model Prompt Reinforce How Full Is Your Bucket Agenda
Why teach kindness and empathy? Problem behavior continues to be the primary reason why individuals in our society are excluded from school, home, recreation, community, and work.
Empathy Statements Empathy vs. Sympathy Important communication skill Can prevent problem behaviors Encourages self monitoring of emotions You feel ________ because __________.
Let’s Practice Heather throws her book on the floor. Erin is smiling after recess. Mike’s face turns red. Dave rolls his eyes. Tracy is pulling on her eyelashes. Cindy is walking very slowly. Paula yells at her teacher.
Time to use your TeMPR Teach Model Prompt Reinforce
Teach Explicit instruction Clear and consistent routines Social narratives, Video modeling
Model Show the expected behavior Practice in the environment
Prompt Consistent reminders All students and some students Prompt Hierarchy
Reinforce Reinforcement makes it more likely they will do it again Social vs tangible reinforcement
ISRC Bucket Filler Resource Packet ISRC Bucket Filler D/HH Activities Introducing to students Ten classroom ideas Chant Are you a bucket filler? I can fill someone’s bucket by… How to make a paper bucket Questionnaire Journal page Certificate Postcards home (can add something to the back) Taking it home Filling buckets of students and parents
Bucket Filler D/HH Activities Create a vocabulary list Provide students the opportunity to share their bucket filling experiences such as: tell a friend, preferred staff, or write about it Create a poster or PowerPoint about a bucket filling activity Create A-B-C hand shape sign language stories about being a bucket filler Brainstorm ways to be a bucket filler or bucket dipper and create a graphic organizer
Bucket Filler D/HH Activities Create a game such as bucket filler bingo or bucket filler scavenger hunt Pair and share Make a craft or art project using a bucket/ bucket filler theme Compare and contrast different sizes of buckets Develop a spelling test using bucket filler words Make a chart or graph of bucket filling actions in the classroom Take a poll or vote about a group bucket filling activity
Bucket Filler D/HH Activities Use Flip cameras or I-Pads to demonstrate/document how to fill a bucket Video tape students signing the story Video tape students signing the chant Video tape students signing the song Use buckets for a science activity Sorting or categorizing activities using buckets
Bucket Filler D/HH Activities Create a bucket list (bucket filling activities I want to do) Fill the bucket of your school – create a community service project Take pictures and write about it Document Bucket Filler Activities, using pictures or videos, and send them to ISRC to post on the website