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Sensory Processing Sensory processing is taking in information from all the senses and processing them effectively. Children with ASD often have greater sensory processing challenges than typically developing children. A multi-sensory approach to teaching incorporates the use of visual, auditory, kinesthetic and tactile senses. Research shows that using multiple senses at the same time, improves the organisation and speed that the brain retrieves information. This is because each mode of information is stored and retrieved from different areas of the brain, yet can still be linked together when functioning. Therefore the organisation of sensory input allows for regulation of our bodies and ensures arousal levels match task demands. When a child experiences in mismatch between sensory information and tasks demand it impacts negatively on engagement in meaningful childhood occupations such as play or crafts or activities at school. Being a student is a major occupational role for children. So therefore it's important to evaluate the impact sensory differences may have on a child's participation at school. So what do we do? We look at the reason for sensory based behaviour. Children with ASD often have a preference for one sense. Incorporating multi-sensory learning strategies allows for regulation by the dominant sense and strengthens the use and learning of the remaining senses. This video will demonstrate some multi-sensory activities used to improve performance in specific school tasks. Okay I'm going to start the game I'm going to choose the number four. Ok, so we all need to count to four. 1, 2, 3, 4 Flip a card Shawn. Everyone stand up. What number is it? 5 Lets all clap five (5) times. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Now we are going to do five star jumps 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Now can you write on the board the number five (5) This is the number five, Shawn Now, 5 dots in the box Excellent (clapping) Sit back down And again 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 The number three (3) 1, 2, 3 We will jump on the spot three (3) times 1, 2, 3 Now can you come and draw the number 3 Letter Formation Could you please flip a card Amy What is that letter? Y Can everybody try and make the letter Y with their bodies. Can you please write the letter Y? Ok, flip a card. F How do we make an F with our body (clapping) The letter A. Could you get into a group of two and make the letter A together. How would you make the letter A together? You might put your hand up and I will do hand over hand That's it! Excellent! (clapping) Jess can you please write the letter A. Animal identification and Pencil control Okay guys we just going to start the activity by rolling the ball along the ground to each other. Ok Lou, can i please get you to pick an animal out of the box please. Ok I choose the dogs and his sound is woof woof. He wags his tail. Okay guys so now I want you to draw what a dog would look like with your chalk on the mat. Doesn't matter if you can't draw a dog, just do your best. Wipe it off Round 2 My turn An elephant. Elephants look like this and it sounds like this (trumpet). Please see the videos on our channel for more activity ideas.

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Posted by: abacon12 on May 30, 2017

Multisensory education and ideas for the classroom

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