Module four project 2

Module four project 2
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  • Welcome to OT!!!!!
  • Welcome to OT!!!!!
  • Please share what you drew and how you were feeling this time.
  • I told the person I upset because I was in line. I nicely asked if I go on the swing since I was waiting, and he said yes. It made me feel happy.
  • My picture is me asking a teacher to help me. I am telling the teacher that someone cut me, so I asked her to get scooter for me instead. I think my engine level stayed just right the whole time.
  • Welcome to OT!!!!!
  • Welcome to OT!!!!!
  • Awesome job! You both were able to learn some skills that you can use to change your behavior and problem solve during triggering situations! Now I have a couple of questions about this activity. How did you feel during the activity?
  • During the first picture I felt mad but then I was able to get back to feeling happy after the second picture.
  • I was nervous that I wouldn't be able to do the activity because I didnt know how to change my picture but your ideas helped me.
  • Welcome to OT!!!!!
  • Welcome to OT!!!!!
  • What did you learn from our group today?
  • I learned that I can walk away when I am feeling upset instead of hitting other people.
  • I learned that it can be hard to change the way I act so I can ask a teacher for help.
  • How can you use some of the things we talked about today in the future? For example, how can you use them when you are in your classroom or at home?
  • I can try to say what I am feeling instead of hurting others and getting mad. I think that my friends wouldn't get mad at me if i did that.
  • Sometimes I get frustrated when my math work is too hard so instead of ripping my paper maybe I could ask the teacher for help ........ can we play with the sensory bottles now?
  • Before we end our group I just wanted to say you did an awesome job today and you learned skills that can help you understand and control your actions and emotions. You learned that you can ask a teacher for help, try to talk about how you are feeling or walk away from a situation. The more that you practice these skills in those actual situations, the more confident you will be with being able to manage yourself. And yes, you can play with the sensory bottles for two minutes before we go back to class.
  • Cool! I love OT group. We always do fun activities and get to play at the end!
  • Yay!
  • Change is a process. So, although these are two of the higher level students, they will be at this stage for a while longer to plan before they are ready for the action stage. While being informed and educated is important, it is also important for self-management groups to practice skills and gain more confidence in their abilities. Although in the group the students were able to identify the correct strategies, they both struggle with applying it. If the students are able to have more control over their behaviors and emotions they may be able to increase participation in activities.
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