Inclusive practices: 15K032

This collection contains resources that support inclusive practices at P.S. 32, including a case conferencing protocol, self regulation tools for students, and ASD program information for families.

Included Resources

This resource, developed by The Autism Program, outlines how to implement the 5-point scale. With this scale, educators can help students more easily understand their own responses and feelings.

This document, created by P.S. 32, is an overview description of the school's case conferencing protocol. This document can be used as a facilitation guide for conducting case conferencing with school teams.

This document, created by P.S. 32, is a sample student bio that can be used with the case conferencing protocol.  School teams can use this document to practice the case conferencing protocol.

This document, created by P.S. 32, is a completed case conferencing template using the sample student Jason. This document can be used a reference for recommendations in service of intervention tools.

This document, created by P.S. 32, is a sample student bio that can be used with the case conferencing protocol. School teams can use this document to practice the case conferencing protocol.

This document, created by P.S. 32, is a blank case conferencing template. It can be used by a school team to practice case conferencing, along with the sample student bios and case conferencing overview.

This document, created by P.S. 32, is a completed case conferencing template using the sample student Andy. This document can be used a reference for recommendations in service of intervention tools.

This resource, created by the ASD Programs in Community Schools, is an overview of the ASD Nest and ASD Horizon program.

This resource, developed by P.S. 32, is a sample voice regulation tool using the 5-point scale. Educators can post it as is, or adapt it to fit their school or classroom needs.

This resource, developed by P.S. 32, is a sample movement regulation tool using the 5-point scale. Educators can post it as is, or adapt it to fit their school or classroom needs.

This resource, designed by P.S. 32, outlines step by step instructions for how to make an intervention tool - a sensory bead fidget.