These slides were developed for Creative Education .
Here’s the session overview:
Autism & ADHD: Sensory Regulation in the Classroom
Work with Pooky to better understand your neurodivergent learners’ sensory needs and how to meet them with small changes to your everyday classroom practice. With your new understanding, you’ll feel more able to recognise and respond to your students’ sensory needs before they reach a state of hyper or hypo arousal (meltdown or shutdown) as well as having a range of ideas and strategies to make your classroom and approach more inclusive for every learner.
If you were there, I hope these are a helpful aide-memoire. If not, I hope they make enough sense without me to be useful. If you’d like to download them, you can do so via this page on slideshare.
Here are some further resources you might find helpful to build on the session:
- BOOK | Sensory Solutions in the Classroom
- BOOK | Championing Your Autistic Teen at Secondary School
- DOWNLOAD | Comfort Audit To Prevent Sensory Overwhelm
- DOWNLOAD | Mood Changing Playlists Prompts
- DOWNLOAD | Classroom Tips For Transition Chart
- DOWNLOAD | ADHD/ASC Student Class Task Planner
- DOWNLOAD | All About Me! Resource to Support Child-Centred Meetings
- PODCAST | Using a Comfort Audit to Better Meet Children’s Sensory Needs
- PODCAST | ADHD – Ideas for Activating and Stimulating
- VIDEO | Ideas for Avoiding Autistic Burnout
- VIDEO | ADHD/AUTISM | Fidgets for the Classroom with Lyra
- 6 In 60 | Emotional Regulation at School for Autistic Students
- 6 In 60 | Neurodiverse Friendly Communication