Teachers, not yet a subscriber? Bip and Bop are two gender neutral characters that demonstrate both healthy and unhealthy characteristics of a relationship. This small group strategy causes adolescents to determine the impact of behaviors on relationships through discussion, reflection, and a representative demonstration of each action. Some questions and activities that can guide their reflections:. Editor's Corner. Teaching Tough Topics.
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When working with adolescents and young adults who have cognitive impairment, concerns arise around the issue of social and sexual intimacy and health. Students at the high school level are very much interested in dating, just like their peers. My co-workers and I found ourselves wondering how we are going to teach the abstract concepts of relationships. We put together a team of special education teachers, myself the SLP , and the school psychologist to find resources. It was written by teachers, counselors, and consultants.
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