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Sensory Integration Disorder Classroom Strategies

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What is Sensory Integration Disorder, more commonly known as Sensory Processing Disorder?

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1. What type of classroom environment helps a child with sensory integration disorder?

2. Which of the following is NOT an example of a strategy for instruction for students with sensory integration disorder?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Multiple-choice questions on this quiz and worksheet examine tips for teaching sensory integration disorder, also known as sensory processing disorder (SPD). Assess your knowledge of this topic by reviewing each question carefully and selecting one answer of four available. Questions cover the classroom environment, instructional strategies and ways to manage behaviors exhibited by students with sensory integration disorder.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Gauge your knowledge of the following using this quiz and worksheet:

  • Definition of sensory integration disorder
  • Helpful classroom environment for a child with SDP
  • Instruction strategy not used for students with sensory integration disorder
  • Option for limiting visual distractions for students with SPD
  • How to help a student with SPD control disrupting behaviors during lessons

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately define main phrases, such as sensory integration disorder
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer a question about the type of classroom environment that helps a child with SPD
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding ways to limit visual distractions in the classroom
  • Problem solving - use acquired knowledge of classroom instruction strategies to identify a way to control a student with SPD displaying disruptive behavior

Additional Learning

Expand your knowledge of topics covered in these assessments by reviewing the lesson called Sensory Integration Disorder Classroom Strategies. Examine the following:

  • How a child with sensory integration disorder often feels
  • Noises that could distract a student with sensory integration disorder
  • Good attitude for teachers to have when instructing students with SPD
  • Why SPD students are sometimes viewed as 'bad'
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