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41 resources with the concept cognitive development

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Life Journey through Autism: An Educator’s Guide to Asperger Syndrome

For Teachers K - 8th
Whether this the first time you've had a learner with Asperger Syndrome in your class, or you have years of experience with learners on the autism spectrum, a booklet about the best ways to accommodate these kids in the classroom could...
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It’s OK to Be Angry

For Students Pre-K - 3rd
If the youngsters in your class need some help with their anger, use a resource that outlines the steps they need to follow to express their emotions in a healthy way. Pupils examine their own anger signs and learn new ways to tell...
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Completing Functional Activities

For Teachers Pre-K - 12th
Track your learners' progress in completing functional activities with a graphic organizer. It includes spaces for dates of assessments, titles of tasks, and abbreviations to indicate the response to the task (independent, verbal,...
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Bloom’s Taxonomy Revision (Old vs. New)

For Teachers Pre-K - 12th
Review the new revisions to Bloom's Taxonomy of learning domains without intimidation. This simple resource includes clear graphics and charts to help educators understand the major changes to the hierarchy, as well as a brief article...
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A Model of Learning Objectives (Revision of Bloom's Taxonomy)

For Teachers Pre-K - 12th
What would a three-dimensional representation of Bloom's revised taxonomy of the cognitive domain look like? Get a glimpse of the complex classification system that is frequently referenced in education to distinguish levels of learning.
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Understanding the New Version of Bloom's Taxonomy

For Teachers Pre-K - 12th
"Surprisingly there are still educators who have never heard of Anderson and Krathwohl or their important revisions to Bloom's Taxonomy." If you fall into this category of educators, do not despair. This resource will provide you a...
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Calendar Bingo

For Teachers 1st - 6th
While this activity was designed for students with special needs, it could be used with any group learning about the calendar or days of the week. Old calendar pages become the bingo board, and numbers 1 through 31 become the numbers...
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Where Shall I Put It?

For Teachers 1st - 6th
Position and positional phrases are concepts that need to be constructed for learners with low or no vision. Help them gain competence and a conceptual understanding of words like on, in, and under with a funny game. After gathering a...
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Which One is the Square?

For Teachers 1st - 6th
Children who are blind need to constantly be engaged in building conceptual understandings of the world around them. This activity will help them grasp the concept of shape, identify shapes, and consider shapes as they are used to...
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Mix and Match

For Teachers 1st - 6th
Sorting and matching are skills that have all kinds of applications. Learners with low, but useable vision work to match an object to an object, an object to a picture, and a picture to a picture. This will help them identify objects...
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Following Directions

For Teachers 1st - 6th
Turn the act of following directions into a fun and engaging game! Especially designed for students with cognitive or intellectual disabilities, this instructional activity uses a game format as a natural reinforcer. Write a set of...
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Treasure Hunt

For Teachers 1st - 6th
On, over, and under are some very common prepositions; but how can you teach these concepts to children with visual impairments? Here, is one way. Kids will practice following verbal commands as they go on a classroom treasure hunt. They...
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What Would You Do If...?

For Teachers 1st - 12th
What would you do if...? That's a great question, and, when posed to learners with visual impairments, a question that can foster concept development and speaking and problem-solving skills that relate to real-life situations. The...
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Silly or Sensible?

For Teachers 1st - 8th
Is it silly or sensible? That's a great question, and it's the question that will drive this entire lesson. Learners with special needs and visual impairments work together to analyze verbal information. The instructor makes a statement,...
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Please Call Me Names!

For Teachers Pre-K - 8th
Teaching students who are blind means teaching them skills a sighted person may take for granted. To practice calling people and objects by name, learners engage in a cueing activity. The child calls for an adult by name, and then uses a...
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Exploring Feeling Through Eric Carle

For Teachers Pre-K
Students construct a "feeling cube" for the purpose of exploring and discussing feelings. Students read "The Hungry Caterpillar" discussing life cycle and making a sock puppet, discussing the feelings explored during the activity and the...
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Teaching to Enhance Development and Learning

For Teachers Higher Ed
Students engage in a instructional activity that prepares Preschool Teachers to teach lessons targeted at the development of children in the area of learning. They view a PowerPoint presentation to obtain the new information and the...