Video clips with short answers to your questions regarding supporting students with neurodiverse needs. Not finding what you need? Email your question to the SNS statewide coordinator, Katie Berg firstname.lastname@example.org.
Root Cause Analysis: A Problem Solving Process
What is the root cause analysis process and how does it work when trying to figure out behavior that is challenging or confusing to adults?
Questions Asked With Quick Responses
I am worried our non-verbal student understands what we are saying and people talk in front of him like he is not there. (5:29)
What should adult imposed consequences look like, particularly with students who have been impacted by trauma?
Staff talks about my student when he is present, he is non-verbal, does he understand what they are saying?
What do I do when my visual schedule is not consistently working to support transitions?
How can I find the time to collaborate and use active listening so we can co-serve?
Why can't you tell me the strategy to use for my student with ______? (2:47)
The following recordings are short dives into specific topics. They are recordings from live events.
In this video viewers will hear about a resource that supports a co-planning session with students. Views will be introduced to the purpose and process of supporting students exploring their regulation system.
In this video viewers are introduced to the practice of teaching students how their brain works. In efforts to support students in becoming independent problem solvers and to grow their self-regulation skills, knowledge becomes power.