Educator/ School Related Resources
Curriculums/ Curriculum Supports
Connect, Experience, Write (CEW) was created by two OT's and is an interpersonal handwriting program that uses sensory-motor integration and visual-spatial concepts to facilitate the development of handwriting skills in students. Amazing handwriting curriculum!!
The first school based on the DIR/Floortime approach, this website has a wealth of information! Celebrate the Children (CTC) has been providing services for children with difficulties in relating, communicating and thinking since 1995. This New Jersey state-approved comprehensive school program uses a dynamic inter-disciplinary approach that prepares students ages 3-21 for success in the 21st Century.
With News-2-You, students engage in rich literacy and language instruction while learning about diverse current event topics. Lessons and experiences are extended through interactive symbol-supported articles, activities, games, guided practice opportunities and flexible means of expressing what they have learned.
The book, How Does Your Engine Run?® A Leader's Guide to the Alert Program® for Self-Regulation (Williams & Shellenberger, 1996), describes an innovative program that supports children, teachers, parents, and therapists to choose appropriate strategies to change or maintain states of alertness.
Grade level videos are available and presented by Rusty, a counselor who specializes in helping schools improve the school climate by helping teachers and students create mutually beneficial educational relationships and by teaching children social skills and problem solving strategies that improve educational outcomes and reduce bullying. In only 1 minute a day, STTV offers classrooms common sense tools and strategies they can talk about and use to acquire the skills they need to deal with the reality of their situation in the classroom and beyond.
Featuring Free online learning games to assess Multiple Intelligence, Executive Functioning, and Career Interests. Identifor isn't a skill-building technology. It's not designed to help students do better in math or science or language. Instead, it is a tool that systematically uncovers an individual's underlying abilities and executive functioning skills. It also uncovers how the individual likes to spend his/her time to explore relevant career interests.