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  • School-Based Resources | Unstuck and On Target

    Resources for School-Based Professionals Click below to learn more about each of the resources. Unstuck and On Target! Curriculum for Students Ages 8-11 ​ An executive function curriculum to improve flexibility, planning, and organization through 21 small group lessons and fun activities Online Training for Unstuck and On Target! Elementary Curriculum ​ Learn how to implement Unstuck with your students through an asynchronous online training course Unstuck and On Target! FAQ ​ Troubleshoot frequent group challenges like, "I'm worried I'm doing it wrong." Unstuck and On Target! Coaching Sessions for Teachers ​ Three one your webinars with Unstuck authors on teaching Unstuck and troubleshooting. ​ e-Unstuck ​ Online Unstuck and On Target training modules for parents Solving Executive Function Challenges A how-to book for parents and educators A Workbook to Make Unstuck and On Target a Way of Life: Your Guide to Executive Functioning! ​ This resource was written as a companion for families and caregivers of children in Unstuck and On Target classes and helps explain how to make the most out of these lessons at home. 3 Ways to Compromise ​ Printable poster with visual of the three ways to compromise. Unstuck Fast Facts ​ One page document summarizing the Unstuck: audience, research, and outcomes. Useful for parents and administrators to easily answer the question, "What is and Why Unstuck ?" Visit Our YouTube Channel ​ Curated playlists for teaching Unstuck concepts using short and fun videos! ​ Play a flexibility game on line! ​ Students can consolidated their mastery of Unstuck concepts with fun scenarios and flexible rules. Easy Access to Unstuck and On Target! Curriculum Materials ​ When you buy the Unstuck book, don't miss the downloadable resources! Go to Brookes Download Hub, register, and put in the code found on page ix of your Unstuck manual! Unstuck in a Box ​ Save yourself valuable time by using these instructions to prep all of the materials you will need to implement Unstuck ahead of time. ​ Unstuck in 13 Lessons ​ Sometimes there is not enough time to do the whole manualized intervention. This scope and sequence outlines a 13 week option, highlighting key lessons and activities. Behavioral Observations of Classroom Executive Functioning (BOCEF) ​ The BOCEF is designed to simultaneously measure: 1. Student behaviors that demonstrate EF skills 2. Teacher behaviors that support these skills. See Laura Anthony's Unstuck Training for Schools This in depth 3 part training gives you an deep dive into using Unstuck in schools. Laura Anthony Discusses Unstuck Implementation in the Community Dr. Anthony explains key Unstuck concepts and approaches in this one hour webinar for Behavioral Alliance of South Carolina. Lauren Kenworthy and Lynn Cannon Discuss Unstuck This webinar showcased key Unstuck strategies and approaches for both families and interventionists. Learn Online Organization and Virtual Learning Strategies These short, engaging videos teach key strategies for people with executive function difficulties. The experts at CHADD developed these 1-2 minute gems.

  • Flexibility Game | Unstuck and On Target

    Play a flexibility game online! ​ Students roll the dice and click on the i on the space to draw a card. If someone lands on the same space, move forward one. Play a Flexibility Game Online!

  • About Unstuck | Unstuck and On Target

    About Unstuck and On Target What is Unstuck? ​​​An executive function curriculum that uses proven cognitive-behavioral techniques to improve flexibility, emotion regulation, planning and organization. A set of fun activities that cue larger concepts, resulting in a shared language and approach for learning to be flexible, set goals and make plans. An adaptable set of lessons designed for use in schools by any school staff, but also used in clinic settings. Unstuck meets Tier 2 Intervention requirements for IEP's and 504's, but has been used in mainstream classrooms and in Tier 3 educational settings as well. A suite of resources that includes: Manual of 21 small group lessons Companion book for parents teachers, and therapists to support generalization of Unstuck Online training modules with CE credits for teachers Brief videos and an accessible online training platform for parents to learn the language and strategies of Unstuck. Who is Unstuck for and Does it Work? Unstuck is designed for 8- to 11- year-olds with average IQ who have challenges with flexibility, organization and planning. It was originally developed for children with autism who have strong cognitive and language skills. However, it targets executive function abilities that are essential for all children to thrive at home and at school, and research has shown that is effective for children with ADHD as well as autism. Research has documented that Unstuck helps children: Become more flexible problem solvers Improve classroom behaviors for following directions, making transitions, and avoiding meltdowns and negativity. How Can I Learn Unstuck? Use the small group curriculum manual : complete lesson plans with explicit, step by step directions. Parents, teachers and therapists can read Solving Executive Function Challenges to learn strategies to generalize Unstuck skills. Parents and teachers can watch these short videos in English and Spanish, which provide simple, practical ideas parent can use immediately. Parents can complete e-Unstuck on-line training.

  • e-Unstuck | Unstuck and On Target

    e-Unstuck: Online Learning for Parents e-Unstuck: Online Learning for Parents ​ e-Unstuck is an interactive online course for parents to teach them to support executive functioning and behavior regulation in children on the autism spectrum. Parents can use this on their own or in conjunction with their child's participation in an Unstuck group at school or in the community. ​ This self paced interactive e-learning course will: Prepare parents to use Unstuck strategies with their child in the real world Provide parents with an individualized set of insights and recommendations for their child, including resources to share with other caregivers, teachers, and community members

  • FAQs | Unstuck and On Target

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  • Virtual Learning Supports | Unstuck and On Target

    Easy to Use Virtual Learning Supports: Nearpod Lessons for Elementary Educators During the pandemic, we created some lessons for Unstuck to be delivered online using the Nearpod Platform . You can access these lessons either as a teacher or a student by clicking on the links below. To effectively use the lesson, you must also be very familiar with the Unstuck curriculum . The twelve lessons below cover the key scripts and activities but are modified to be more engaging online. In addition, you will find videos with activities embedded--a real crowd pleaser that many teachers are using to enhance their in person lessons. Embedded in every lesson are the key concepts of: The importance of making a Plan B to be flexible Using coping strategies to stay on target (at a 1-3 where you can make plans e.g. be flexible) Flexibility and problem solving helps kids reach their goals--or at least get part of what they want (which is better than nothing) Lesson 1 Introduction to Rules, Each Other, Goals and Plans Lesson 2 Introduction to Goal, Why, Plan, Do Check (GWPDC) and the elements of a good PLAN Lesson 3 Introduction to the Feelings Target This lesson includes a Jamboard that you can copy for each student. Lesson 4 Flexibility is Fun! This lesson uses another Jamboard for students to look for flexible and rigid objects. Lesson 5 Using the Feelings Chain and learning Flexible is Faster. This lesson uses a Jamboard for students to see how using the feelings chain helps them reach THEIR GOALS. Lesson 6 Students learn that there is always a Plan B--from the Pink Panther (Think Before You Pink). Lesson 7 Compromise or How to Make a Plan B with Someone Else This lesson teaches a key concept. Download the COMPROMISE visual here . ​ Lesson 8 Using the Feelings Chain and learning Flexible is Faster. This lesson uses a Jamboard for students to see how using the feelings chain helps them reach THEIR GOALS. Lesson 9 This lesson is two big concepts: Big Deal/Little Deal and Choice/No Choice. Students think about how to TURN a big deal into little deal (with a PLAN of course), and learn that NO CHOICE situations are when health, safety, or the law are involved. Lesson 10 This lesson revisits Choice/No Choice (sometimes what you want is impossible, and that is disappointing) and adds in the idea that sometimes we need to Expect the Unexpected. But we can do that by...making a Plan! Lesson 11 Students learn more benefits of being flexible and review key concepts using this fun on line game. Lesson 12 Students wrap up by thinking about how distractions (Distractor Goals) get in the way of their Target Goals. Fun videos make the point that it's hard to stay focused on the Target Goal, but you can do it with a good Plan!

  • 3 Ways to Compromise| Unstuck and On Target

    3 Ways to Compromise 3 Ways to Compromise ​ Download a poster showing three methods of compromising in any situation.

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