Four Posters for the Classroom & Treatment Room
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- Ages: 8-18
- Format: Poster
- ISBN: 5001
- Published: 2015
The idea for our Social Thinking posters came from repeated requests by educators across America for explicit visual information they could use in the classroom to reinforce some of our core Social Thinking concepts. Teaching in a classroom requires that students not only attend to what they are learning but also be actively engaged in appropriate social behavior for that environment. These posters help keep that learning on track by providing a constant visual reference of key social concepts.
All four posters provide powerful information in a fun, lighthearted way, encouraging a positive learning experience. They provide an avenue for teachers and students to engage in concrete, explicit discussions about defining the variables that encourage more appropriate social thinking in the classroom. The teaching concepts on these posters can help ALL students become better social thinkers and classroom participants. A perfect learning tool for the classroom, therapy room, or even home!
Coping with Boring Moments: Helps students understand the expected and unexpected behaviors related to boredom. Dimensions: 36" width x 24" height.
Being Part of a Group: Outlines the four steps of perspective taking that are at the heart of our social thinking and keep us working together as a group. Dimensions: 24" width x 36" height. Also sold separately.
Social Behavior Mapping (dry-erase poster): A visual support that helps students connect the dots between their own and others' thoughts, emotions, and behavior. Updated to outline the 10-step teaching sequence to enhance learning, see video below for more instruction. The dry-erase surface enables this poster to be used and reused across the day and across situations. Dimensions: 24" width x 36" height. Also sold separately.
Social Behavior Mapping (poster with content): A sample map filled out to give students a visual support for the expected and unexpected behaviors involved in lining up to leave the classroom. Updated to outline the 10-step teaching sequence to enhance learning, see video below for more instruction. Dimensions: 24" width x 36" height.
10 Steps to Teaching Social Behavior Mapping with Fidelity
Sit back and learn from Dr. Pam Crooke as she teaches best practices for working through a Social Behavior Map to enhance learning and improve fidelity. Follow along with this downloadable handout!
Please note, the Superflex Thinkable & Superflex Unthinkable posters are NOT included in this poster pack.