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Entering Procedures. Greet a presenter (or two!) with a handshake or high five. Find a comfortable place to sit. Enjoy each others company! Be ready to begin when you hear the chimes. Using HET to Meet the Needs of Children with Exceptionalities. Your presenters: Kerry Lance - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • Entering Procedures Greet a presenter (or two!) with a handshake or high five. Find a comfortable place to sit. Enjoy each others company! Be ready to begin when you hear the chimes.

  • Using HET to Meet the Needs of Children with ExceptionalitiesYour presenters:Kerry LanceErin MauldinCheri VanimanStephanie Neal

  • Building CommunityWho are we?

    What are we all doing here?

    Where do we belong?Learning ClubsBarnyard Babble

    Getting to Know You activity

  • A Penny for Your Thoughts1. With your Learning Club divide your construction paper into five sections.2. Use the 5 categories on the following slide to discuss with your Learning Club.3. Toss a penny onto the construction paper. 4. Share with your Learning Club something about yourself related to the category to which your penny lands closest.5. Continue until everyone has shared.

  • Plans for summerA great book I read or movie I sawSomething interesting about my family...If I could be anywhere but hereThe best thing about my school year so far

  • Now that were acquainted

    Review todays agenda

    Strategies/Reflection/ChartBarnyard BabblePenny for Your Thoughts

  • Why it Works!WednesdayWho Are All These People?Whats the BIG IDEA?Exceptionalities and HET Strategies

    ReflectionsWho are our children with exceptionalities?

    Todays AgendaBrain TalkExceptionalities and HET StrategiesBrain Break

  • Who are our children with exceptionalities?OHI (Other Health Impaired)ADHDPhysical/health

    Learning Disabilities

    MID (Mild Intellectual Disabilities)

    EBD (Emotional/behavioral Disorders)



  • Stand Up, Hand UpStand up and raise your hand. Start walking and make eye contact with someone at a different learning club.Give your new partner a high five.Discuss which exceptionalities you have worked with in your classroom over the years.

  • The BIG IDEAStudents with exceptionalities are children who have struggled in certain academic and behavioral areas. Our job is to help these students with exceptionalities learn and implement strategies to make them successful. Making learning meaningful is effective for all students!

  • So.How does HET meet the needs of children with exceptionalities?

  • Brain TalkHippocampus controls learning, short term memory,impacted by adequate sleep, needs visualstimuli (symbols,pictures, etc.)p. 27

  • Exceptionalities/HET Strategies

    Specific learning disabilities are defined as a disorder in one or more of the basic psychological processes involved in understanding or in using language, spoken or written, that may manifest itself in an imperfect ability to listen, think, speak, read, write, spell or do mathematical calculations.

    Strategies:Visual AgendaBeing There ExperiencesBody mappingGraphic OrganizersModeling

  • Exceptionalities/HET Strategies

    Other health impairment means having limited strength, vitality or alertness including a heightened alertness to environmental stimuli, that results in limited alertness with respect to the educational environment.**ADD/ADHD

    Strategies:Environment is not cluttered systems, organizationBrain Breaks/ movement breaksImmediate feedbackTarget Talk

  • Brain BreakThe BLOB!

  • Exceptionalities/HET Strategies

    Autism is a developmental disability that adversely affects a student's educational performance and significantly affects verbal and non-verbal communication and social interaction and participation. Other characteristics associated with: unusual responses to sensory experiences, resistance to environmental change or change in daily routines.Strategies:Visual AgendaBrain BreaksAustraliaBody MappingLifelong Guidelines / LIFESKILLS

  • Exceptionalities/HET Strategies

    Emotional Behavior Disorder is an emotional disability characterized by the following: An inability to build or maintain satisfactory interpersonal relationships with peers and/or teachers. Consistent or chronic inappropriate type of behavior or feelings under normal conditions. Displayed pervasive mood of unhappiness or depression. Strategies:Emotional safetyLifelong Guidelines / LIFESKILLSAustraliaMultiple Intelligences/Choices

  • 3-2-1 Snowball1. On a sheet of paper write the following:3 Things you learned2 Things you want to try1 AHA!2. Form a circle around the trash can.3. At the signal, try to make a basket.4. When directed, grab a snowball and take turns sharing with the group.

    *Look at agenda slideReflect on how to use strategies