Using Math to Calm Students During Learning For Nonspeaking and Unreliable Verbal Individuals: Lessons for SomaRPM and Other Choice Based Systems
Does your student ever get up in the air? Self-injure? Pinch? Scratch? Cry or laugh? or do other excitatory and instinctual actions? In some cases, math helps a student calm down and regulate better. This book contains 21 lessons plans from a variety of topics created for non-speaking and unreliable verbal students. Each lesson has math woven into it to demonstrate different ways to use math in lessons in order to help students learn and regulate better. Lessons are appropriate to different ages and levels. These lessons provide ideas, but the teacher will need to adapt according to the student's age and what works best to help the student build tolerance to different topics and regulate using math.
These lessons were written as Rapid Prompting Method lesson plans, but can be used for a variety of choice based systems.
Price: $15.00 USD