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The objective of the project is for students to learn social skills in the specific areas where they need additional support. By using the Zones of Regulation program, students will learn to identify their current Zone and choose tools and practice strategies to foster regulation at home and school, in a kid-friendly way.

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CEC Mini Grant- Zones of Regulation

School:
Anona Elementary School 
Subject:
Special Needs Students 
Teacher:
Kristen Clanton 
Students Impacted:
18 
Grade:
K-5 
Date:
October 28, 2022

Investor

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Council for Exceptional Children Chapter 176 - $242.12

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Goal

The objective of the project is for students to learn social skills in the specific areas where they need additional support. By using the Zones of Regulation program, students will learn to identify their current Zone and choose tools and practice strategies to foster regulation at home and school, in a kid-friendly way.  

 

What will be done with my students

The timeline for the activities will be weekly social skills lessons with a small group or individual students focusing on the specific area that is needed. Lessons will also be used as needed and strategies will be taught to help students learn how to generalize the skills to all areas- school, home, and in the community.

To measure for determining success, individual student progress will be tracked on specific IEP goals that students are working on. Lessons will be specific to students' individual goals and areas where they need additional supports and strategies. Success will be measured based on the progress that students have made from the start of the social skills lessons and the end of the lessons.  

 

Benefits to my students

This school year, our school is in the process of hiring a new behavior specialist. In past years, our behavior specialist would do a social skills group weekly without students who receive social skills. Due to not having a behavior specialist, ASD teachers are doing social skills groups weekly with the students in our classes. Social skills are also infused throughout the day. In addition, we are serving our students in the general education setting that receive social skills. The students who would benefit are students with autism who are in the self-contained ASD classroom and students with autism who are in the general education classroom.  

 

Describe the Students

This school year, our school is in the process of hiring a new behavior specialist. In past years, our behavior specialist would do a social skills group weekly without students who receive social skills. Due to not having a behavior specialist, ASD teachers are doing social skills groups weekly with the students in our classes. Social skills are also infused throughout the day. In addition, we are serving our students in the general education setting that receive social skills. The students who would benefit are students with autism who are in the self-contained ASD classroom and students with autism who are in the general education classroom. 

 

Budget Narrative

The Zones of Regulation Series- Get Started with Ages 5-11 Bundle $121.99
Navigating the Zones $64.99
Should I? or Shouldn't I? Elementary Edition $34.99
Subtotal $234.95
Plus shipping and handling $18.98
Total $240.95

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Items

# Item Cost
1 The Zones of Regulation Series- Get Started with Ages 5-11 Bundle $121.99
2 Navigating the Zones $64.99
3 Should I? or Shouldn't I? Elementary Edition $34.99
4 Plus shipping and handling $18.98
5 additional $1.17
  Total: $242.12

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