Course SummaryThis convenient teacher resource course provides a variety of social stories for special education teachers. Access this course at any time to see how you can incorporate social stories into your classroom instruction.
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About This Course
Work through this course at your own pace to review social stories that you can start integrating into your special education classes. Taught by expert instructors, the course's lessons break down social stories in a variety of subjects, including health, safety, friendship and appropriate behavior. You can reference the course whenever you want to enhance your special education lessons with engaging social stories.
How It Works
The course is comprised of lessons that are typically less than ten minutes in length. This simplified lesson format allows you to quickly study social stories and take away important information. You can also take the included self-assessment quizzes to evaluate your readiness to teach social stories in your classes.
The course includes:
- Bite-sized lessons that examine a variety of special education social stories
- 24/7 access to the chapter material
- Multiple-choice quizzes and exams to help you retain critical knowledge
- An easy-to-navigate course dashboard
- Subject matter experts who can answer your social story questions
How It Helps
- Student engagement: Students will enjoy hearing these interesting and engaging social stories.
- Builds awareness: Lessons help you become more aware of social stories that deal with a variety of special education topics.
- Improves special education instruction: Incorporating these social stories into your lesson plans can improve the quality of your lessons and help you better accommodate your students.
The course helps you teach social stories about:
- Special education
- Appropriate behavior
- School and community
- Health and safety
- Emotions and friendship
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