SUPPORT FOR YOUR CLASSROOM
Materials and ideas for your early childhood and special education classrooms
Preschool activities, data collection, social emotional learning…
great for students with autism and other disabilities.
Created by a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), special education teacher, and an autism parent herself, you know the materials are made with love to work for your kids!
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Grab the free data sheets!
Looking for a set of quick-and-easy IEP goals and objectives daily data collection forms? Super easy to print and use. Comes in printable PDF.
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Teaching class and categorizing skills is essential for building a strong foundation for language development. Understanding how things relate to each other through feature, function,
Are you a parent or educator looking for creative ways to support social-emotional learning (SEL) in young learners, especially those with autism? Teaching emotions can
In the realm of special education and speech therapy, Individualized Education Plan (IEP) goals are the cornerstone of personalized learning and development. Tailoring these goals
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Join Audra and Caitlin Beltran demystifying ABA and behavior techniques in special education!
THE SOCIAL SLEUTH SERIES
Preschool Social Emotional Learning Stories
“Join our young friends as they learn to navigate simple social emotional situations such as greetings, following rules, and good sportsmanship. Written for preschoolers or those with more supportive needs, each story is written in a make-a-choice format, giving the reader a chance to choose in three scenarios what our character should do in a situation to make a good social choice! See what happens when our character makes expected and unexpected choices!”
I GET IT!
Building Social Thinking® and Reading Comprehension Through Book Chats
“Reading comprehension is more than decoding words. It depends less on language comprehension and more on a student's social thinking ability. Yet little has been written from this point of view. Until now. Author Audra Jensen brilliantly illuminates the synergistic relationship between social thinking and reading comprehension. Teachers, administrators, parents, and clinicians alike will appreciate her positive, practical approach to helping children learn to read for meaning.”
WHEN BABIES READ
A Practical Guide to Helping Young Children with Hyperlexia, Asperger Syndrome and High-Functioning Autism
“When Babies Read is an invaluable, practical guide for parents of children with autism and hyperlexia, as well as teachers and professionals who may want to learn more about it. The challenges and joys of hyperlexia, includes a comprehensive reading curriculum.”
Hello, I'm Audra!
Wife, a mother of two, and a dog lover.
My oldest son is a wonderful young man, and he has autism. He is the reason I got into the field, and it has been a wonderful (albeit sometimes painful) ride.
I am a parent, an author, a special education teacher, and a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst.
I have enjoyed sitting on all sides of the table. I decided to start this site and blog to hopefully help other educators and parents out there who want to learn how to merge their clinical knowledge and background of ABA into a school setting. It can be done!
I now focus on synthesizing the experiences I have had over the years into tips and resources just for you!