Tag Archive: Joel Shaul

PrAACtical Resources: Fix the Problem

December 22, 2015 by - Leave your thoughts

PrAACtical Resources: Fix the Problem

Joel Shaul, of Autism Teaching Strategies, has been so generous in sharing the creative resources that he has developed over the years. In this post, we take a look at Fix the Problem, a game that he created to support learners who have difficulty in social situations. The game board, playing cards, tokens (play money), and other materials are all free downloads. You can get them here. If you download and use these materials, please consider heading back to Joel’s website to leave a comment, provide feedback, or share a photo. Enjoy!                 You can see more of Joel’s work here.          

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Videos of the Week: More on Dealing with Feelings

November 23, 2014 by - Leave your thoughts

Video of the Week: More on Dealing with Feelings

We’re always happy to find resources that can help our prAACtical learners deal with complex emotions. In this post, we return to the work of Joel Shaul, author of the Autism Teaching Strategies site. We saw the first 4 videos in this post. Video 5: Anxiety – Predicting Without Proof Video 6: When Your Mind Gets Stuck on Sad Video 7: When Your Mind Blames Too Much Video 8: Rigid Thinking

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Video of the Week: Dealing with Feelings

February 16, 2014 by - Leave your thoughts

Video of the Week: Dealing with Feelings

Like many of you, we’re often working with clients to help them better understand and express their emotions. This set of videos by Joel Shaul, of Autism Teaching Strategies, has some very prAACtical value even for learners without ASD. Video 1: Fighting Upsetting Thoughts Video 2: Fighting Upsetting Thoughts, Continued Video 3: Many Types of Negative Thoughts Video 4: Black and White Thinking Β 

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