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This is a social skills assessment tool. This comprehensive tool provides an assessment of social skills in the following areas: Body Language - eye contact; facial expressions, gestures, distance, touch, fidgeting, posture and personal appearance; The Way We Talk - Volume, Rate, Clarity, Intonation, Fluency; Conversation - Listening, Starting a ...
Talkabout Assessment
This is a social skills assessment tool. This comprehensive tool provides an assessment of social skills in the following areas: Body Language - eye contact; facial expressions, gestures, distance, touch, fidgeting, posture and personal appearance; The Way We Talk - Volume, Rate, Clarity, Intonation, Fluency; Conversation - Listening, Starting a conversation, Taking turns, Asking questions, Answering questions, Being relevant, Repairing, Ending a conversation; and, Assertiveness - Expressing feelings, Standing up for yourself, Making suggestions, Refusing, Disagreeing, Complaining, Apologising, Requesting explanations. The assessment tool provides a visual summary of a person's non-verbal, verbal and assertiveness skills and provides an excellent start-point for planning appropriate intervention.
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40.90 USD

Talkabout Assessment

by Alex Kelly
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DVD: Teaching Children to Sing
49.08 USD

DVD: Teaching Children to Sing

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One of the most difficult tasks facing todays busy school administrative teams is tracking and managing student discipline. Administrators must balance the rights of students with cultivating classroom environments conducive to learning. Breakdowns in communication, procedure, and due process can lead to unpleasant situations, and ultimately, a disruptive school environment. ...
Student Discipline Data Tracker V.1
One of the most difficult tasks facing todays busy school administrative teams is tracking and managing student discipline. Administrators must balance the rights of students with cultivating classroom environments conducive to learning. Breakdowns in communication, procedure, and due process can lead to unpleasant situations, and ultimately, a disruptive school environment. Student Discipline Data Tracker v.1 is the most complete tool available to school administrators to track and manage disciplinary issues effectively and accurately. Created with an awareness of major court decisions regarding school discipline, the program includes pop-up tips and hints to alert users to possible procedural issues. The program creates an electronic paper trail of student disciplinary incidents that can be accessed by any member of the administrative team. No longer will it be necessary to divide the students into subgroups assigned to a particular administrator. Each member of the team will be able to instantly call up discipline histories and assign appropriate consequences. Student Discipline Data Tracker v.1 makes managing consequences easy. At the click of a button, users can create student sign-in sheets for detention and other consequences of disciplinary issues, print suspension notification letters and lists, as well as generate statistical reports based on customized search criteria.Click here for demo
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'CRISP' is a computer based speech rehabilitation tool designed to support Speech & Language Therapists between sessions with their patients. It is aimed at adults with speech and language deficit following an acquired brain injury and will help to overcome the lack of opportunity that patients often have to practice ...
CRISP Cognitive Rehabilitation Independent Speech Programme
'CRISP' is a computer based speech rehabilitation tool designed to support Speech & Language Therapists between sessions with their patients. It is aimed at adults with speech and language deficit following an acquired brain injury and will help to overcome the lack of opportunity that patients often have to practice their speech in a busy hospital or empty household. It has been designed to overcome some of the psychosocial barriers to practising speech which can restrict improvement. This can include unwillingness to attempt speaking because of embarrassment regarding speech deficit, or other people word finding and filling gaps for the patient. The therapist can select the most appropriate programme according to ability from over 20 available and then set up the task for the patient to practice in their own home. The patient listens to the word, practises and then record pronouncing the word. They can then play back their recording to make a comparison. Designed so that all possible combination of words are included: a range of syllables from 1 through to 5 syllables; includes words where the stress in on the first syllable, at the end syllable or the middle syllables. It has palatal fricatives, labionasal, labiodental, labio dental fricatives, diphthongs, semi vowels, alveolar fricatives, alveola plosives, labial plosives, velar plosives combinations. The word and sound type are of various complexities. Age: Adult CD Rom + instruction booklet (please note a headset with microphone is required to use this programme) James Japp is a chartered occupational psychologist specialising in clinical neuro-psychology and a medico-legal expert on the assessment of brain-injured clients. For many years he has been at the forefront of developing vocational rehabilitation programmes for early intervention and return to work for individuals with acquired brain injury. James is consultant psychologist at The Papworth Trust and Clinical Director at Neuropsychologist UK, an organisation which promotes good practice in returning brain-injured clients to employment.
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This helpful and accessible teacher resource offers over 800 innovative ways of studying the poetry which is prescribed for GCSE study. Unlocking Poetry not only provides poems in electronic format but also presents them in a variety of other forms which help students to undertake their own investigation and analysis, ...
Unlocking Poetry: An Inspirational Resource for Teaching GCSE Literature
This helpful and accessible teacher resource offers over 800 innovative ways of studying the poetry which is prescribed for GCSE study. Unlocking Poetry not only provides poems in electronic format but also presents them in a variety of other forms which help students to undertake their own investigation and analysis, including: sequencing and collapsed-text activities; a special approach called a Word Wall and cloze test activities; tools for annotating the poem using a data projector or interactive whiteboard; ideas for using the poems creatively with ICT or as an inspiration for original writing; a host of teaching tips and technical guidance which can be applied to any electronic text. Activities can serve as a workshop for innovative ideas, with techniques for study that can easily be applied to other texts, and can be shared, filed and made available to many users simultaneously. The CD-ROM contains all the pre-1914 poems from the AQA, Edexcel, OCR and WJEC anthologies and is full of practical suggestions on how to approach individual poems. It will be an invaluable resource to Secondary school English Teachers and students on PGCEs and ITT courses.
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120.51 USD
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This sourcebook has a range of material for both assessment and therapy, including for those individuals who have profound neurological impairments, resulting in limited motor control, or who can only communicate via eye pointing. The sections are: Oromotor skills: an initial oromotor assessment; exercises in a clear format, with illustrations, ...
Sourcebook for Adolescents Through to Adults with Acquired Communication Disorders: Sourcebook for Assessing & Maintaining Communication
This sourcebook has a range of material for both assessment and therapy, including for those individuals who have profound neurological impairments, resulting in limited motor control, or who can only communicate via eye pointing. The sections are: Oromotor skills: an initial oromotor assessment; exercises in a clear format, with illustrations, to enable clients to work independently or with carers, with recording sheets. Voice and breathing: assessment and exercise sheets, including relaxation, voice, breathing, intonation, resonance and pitch, with illustrations and diagrams. Articulation sheets: Speech sounds, including consonant clusters, multi-syllabic words and tongue twisters. Assessment of communication skills: a range of language assessments and screens. Communication questionnaire and handouts: a personal communication history, handouts to raise client awareness of difficulties, together with a large number of handouts for both clients and carers in relation to a wide range of communication disorders, including strategies and tips. AAC: a screening tool; coloured and printable 'yes/no' cards and an extensive range of alphabet charts for both direct and indirect access.
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56.860000 USD
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