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We found 10 blog posts, 13 resources and 7 pages containing "behavior":

Creating a Joyful and Respectful School Community

By Me’ir Sherer, Director of Congregational Learning, Temple Emunah, Lexington, MA , April 15, 2019

https://jgateways.org/Blog/Creating-a-Joyful-and-Respectful-School-Community

How to Help Kids Cope with Anxiety

By Kara Baskin, written for JewishBoston.com , April 10, 2019

https://jgateways.org/Blog/How-to-Help-Kids-Cope-with-Anxiety

Stress Saving, Back-To-School Tips

By Sharon Goldstein, Director of Day School Programs, Gateways , August 30, 2013

https://jgateways.org/Blog/Stress-Saving-Back-To-School-Tips

In the Classroom - Recess

By Beth Crastnopol, Director of Professional Development Initiatives, Gateways , April 5, 2017

https://jgateways.org/Blog/In-the-Classroom-Recess

Playtime in Preschool

By Edye Katz, Temple Ohabei Shalom Brookline , April 5, 2017

https://jgateways.org/Blog/Playtime-in-Preschool

Blowing the Shofar

This story explains what the shofar is and describes the different kinds of shofar blasts. This story is helpful for children who are anxious about going to temple because it lets them know what to expect. It...

https://jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#Blowing-the-Shofar

I Went to Temple!

Catch your child being good! This social story praises children for going to temple. Such praise helps make going to temple a positive experience. This story also allows children and parents to review what...

https://jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#I-Went-to-Temple-

How People Behave in Temple

This story briefly explains that people in temple need to stay in their seats and have quiet voices. Clearly outlining the behavior that is expected in temple is helpful to children with disabilities. In...

https://jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#How-People-Behave-in-Temple

Things I Can Do During a Long Service

Sitting through High Holiday services can be a challenge for anyone! This story suggests some appropriate activities to keep children from becoming bored during a long service. Fill-in-the-blanks encourage...

https://jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#Things-I-Can-Do-During-a-Long-Service

Things I Can Do During a Long Service

Sitting through High Holiday services can be a challenge for anyone! This story suggests some appropriate activities to keep children from becoming bored during a long service. Fill-in-the-blanks encourage...

https://jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#Things-I-Can-Do-During-a-Long-Service

Why People Apologize

Yom Kippur is a perfect time to review the important social skill of apologizing. This social story explains when to apologize, how to apologize, and how apologizing makes people feel better.

https://jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#Why-People-Apologize

How to Accept an Apology

This document presents three steps of accepting an apology accompanied by simple boardmaker illustration. It is can be used for Yom Kippur or any time during the year. This document accompanies our social...

https://jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#How-to-Accept-an-Apology

How to Apologize

This document presents three steps of making an apology accompanied by simple boardmaker illustration. It is can be used for Yom Kippur or any time during the year. This document accompanies our social story...

https://jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#How-to-Apologize

The Temple Book

Let's go to temple! This story helps prepare children for a trip to temple by telling them what events to expect, naming the people and items they will see, and explaining what behavior is expected of them....

https://jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#The-Temple-Book

How People Behave in Temple

This story briefly explains that people in temple need to stay in their seats and have quiet voices. Clearly outlining the behavior that is expected in temple is helpful to children with disabilities. In...

https://jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#How-People-Behave-in-Temple

What to Think and Do If the Shofar Sounds Too Loud

Many children with disabilities are sensitive to loud noises. This story reassures children that loud noises are safe. It also gives children useful suggestions about what to do if the noise makes them feel...

https://jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#What-to-Think-and-Do-If-the-Shofar-Sounds-Too-Loud

The Torah Service

This story describes the Torah service. This story can be used to prepare children to participate by touching the Torah during the procession. This story is helpful for children who are anxious about going to...

https://jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#The-Torah-Service

The Temple Book

Let's go to temple! This story helps prepare children for a trip to temple by telling them what events to expect, naming the people and items they will see, and explaining what behavior is expected of them....

https://jgateways.org/Resources/Shabbat#The-Temple-Book

Teen Volunteer Programs

education teachers and administrators. You'll learn special education strategies that support student learning, including the fundamentals of Applied Behavior Analysis, Structured Teaching and Social Stories. Teen volunteers also receive on the job support from the classroom teacher, Volunteer Coord

https://jgateways.org/Programs/Teen-Volunteer-Programs

Center for Professional Learning

to embed the proven practice of systematically assessing student comprehension in order to target support and elevate instructional quality for all. Behavioral Strategies and Supports – Creating and implementing strategies that apply a behavior analytic lens to increase the likelihood of stud

https://jgateways.org/cpl

Jewish Day School Services

dents individually and/or in small groups, both in and out of the classroom, to enhance their academic success and support their social, physical and behavioral development.  In some of the day schools, a therapist works with the entire class during one period per week, to instruct students and

https://jgateways.org/Programs/Jewish-Day-School-Services

Sweet Sounds 2011

port services that enable them to keep up. Imagine a preschool where specialists teaming up with the teachers are able to work with a child with behavioral challenges so that he no longer disrupts the class. Imagine a Sunday school where children with a variety of special needs count the days b

https://jgateways.org/Sweet-Sounds-2011

Staff Profiles

ntown: Beantown Jewish Gardens and participates in a number of young adult programs through Combined Jewish Philanthropies.Mia Hyman, Educational and Behavioral SpecialistMia Hyman is involved in many aspects of Gateways’ programming, providing services to Jewish Day Schools, synagogues, Jewis

https://jgateways.org/About-us/Staff-Profiles

Community Events and Resources

to be broken.” Uniquely Human: A Different Way of Seeing Autism by Barry M. Prizant, PhD with Tom Fields-MeyerDr. Prizant casts a spotlight on behavior and how it can be a way of communicating feelings or needs. This book is not another “autism” book—rather, it’s a boo

https://jgateways.org/Resources/community-events

Jewish Disability Awareness & Inclusion Month

und here. For adults: Uniquely Human: A Different Way of Seeing Autism by Barry M. Prizant, PhD with Tom Fields-MeyerDr. Prizant casts a spotlight on behavior and how it can be a way of communicating feelings or needs. This book is not another “autism” book—rather, it’s a boo

https://jgateways.org/Resources/JDAIM