Item description for Teachers Ask about Sensory Integration by Carol Kranowitz...
Teachers Ask About Sensory Integration is an elegant approach to an often illusive subject. Carol Kranowitz interviews expert occupational therapist Stacey Szklut about how to teach children with sensory integration challenges. Includes 60-page booklet with a complete appendix, glossary, resource list, and a variety of performance checklists.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.6" Width: 4.9" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Publisher Sensory Resources
ISBN 1931615225 ISBN13 9781931615228
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More About Carol Kranowitz
CAROL STOCK KRANOWITZ, MA, is the author of The Out-of-Sync Child and The Out-of-Sync Child Has Fun, and coauthor of Growing an In-Sync Child. A former preschool teacher who first noticed sensory challenges among her students, she is now world-renowned as a speaker and expert on the subject of Sensory Processing Disorder.
Reviews - What do customers think about Teachers Ask about Sensory Integration?
Get this tape!!! Mar 2, 2003
This is a wonderful resource for parents, caregivers, teachers and therapists working with children. I gave a much appreciated copy to my child's preschool teacher and have given out other copies to other schools and parents also. It comes with nice handouts for presentations and resource. I am buying my 7th copy to give to another school asking for guidance and information on sensory integration.
Some thoughts on Sensory Integration..... May 31, 2001
This audio tape is a good one as far as it goes...it's an excellent introduction but leaves out much of the underlying theory and basis for understanding this disorder. I would have also preferred to hear a bit more about therapies, and techniques which work to calm and to "organize" children who exhibit this difficulty. It leaves one with the feeling that ADD, ADHD and SI are all the same disorder...symptoms may overlap but treatments differ so it is important to know etiology, the "big picture" of what is going on. The entire SI pictures is a bigger one than is presented here but this is a good beginning!
Eureka! Dec 4, 1999
This terrific tape really got my attention. Aha! Sensory integration dysfunction in a nutshell! So that's why some of my students fidget or tune out! They're not deliberately annaying me and their classmates; they're just trying to function and get through the day. I've already made numerous changes in my classroom since listening to the tape, with great results. Wish I'd learned about this subject sooner.