School Work and School Behavior

The special education resources on this page were authored by Watson Institute’s special education consultants and faculty.

These behavior stories may benefit your students.  They can be downloaded, saved and edited to suit your needs.  The * notation indicates the story is  formatted in a Power Point presentation and the ** notation indicates a Power Point with sound narration.  Each Power Point has animation included on each slide.  Some occur automatically – some occur on a “click”.  Feel free to send comments or questions to info@thewatsoninstitute.org.

Beethoven Social Story (behaviors of concern: hitting, language, and pushing)

What is a Teacher’s Job

Psychologist and Her Job

My Principals -Their Job and How We Talk Together

When I’m not First in Line

Using Glue

Some Students Learn Fast and Some Learn Slow

Math at School

Ignoring Unacceptable Behavior

Complete My Work Quickly – Do it All by Myself

How to Start Work by Myself

Keep Working and Stay Focused

Appropriate Work Behavior

Listening While Others are Reading

Waiting

Good Sitting

Staying Where the Teacher Tell Me

Moving Fast

MOVING FAST UH OH TOO FAST*

MOVING FAST UH OH TOO FAST**

Work Like the Steelers

In Dinosaur Land (Being Calm and Relaxed)

Dinosaur Land*

Dinosaur Land**

Showing Respect at School

Working Quietly

Working quietly**

Working quietly*

Singing in the Classroom

Work Time and Choice Time

A Time for Videos

Fidget Rules

When Do We Use Contractions?

Can Do

Can Do**

Let’s All Work Together

Completing Assignments

Completing School Work

Getting Sick and Missing Work

What Can I Do When…

When I Raise My Hand

Summer Solstice

Sometimes Teachers HAVE to Correct or Help Other Students

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