An Introduction To Designing Sensory Storytimes At Your Library, School or Autism Center

Mr. Matt Mazur, AutismFriendlyShows.com/TurtleDanceMusic

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22 Lessons (1h 1m)
    • 1. Overview for Sensory Storytime Strategies

      2:23
    • 2. Why Are Sensory Storytimes Important?

      1:22
    • 3. Practical Suggestions For A Sensory Storytime

      3:00
    • 4. Fran Sussman’s Four S’s

      3:06
    • 5. Goals For A Sensory Storytime

      4:31
    • 6. How to Read Your Audience and Modulate Your Performance

      2:25
    • 7. Praxis and Project 1 Develop a Song To Teach an Everyday Routine

      3:31
    • 8. An In Depth Look At Praxis Motor Planning Sequencing

      1:17
    • 9. Choosing Books For A Sensory Storytime

      2:53
    • 10. Row Row Row Your Boat

      3:40
    • 11. The Very Hungry Caterpillar

      4:08
    • 12. Scrak s Big Adventure

      5:25
    • 13. What Is A Social Story

      2:53
    • 14. Why Is Inclusion Important

      2:08
    • 15. How To Write A Description For a Sensory Storytime and Project #2 Write Your Own Sensory Storyti

      1:24
    • 16. Outreach and Marketing

      3:34
    • 17. Questions To Ask Parents and Patrons Before And After A Sensory Storytime

      2:28
    • 18. How To Use Technology In Your Program V3 083018

      2:19
    • 19. What Is Self Regulation?

      2:48
    • 20. What Is Affect Attunement?

      2:12
    • 21. A Few Things To Remember

      1:46
    • 22. Further Reading and Resources

      1:53

About This Class

Are you interested in running your very own Sensory-Storytime at your hometown library, school or community center? Do you want to make public spaces more accessible and inclusive for children, teens and adults who have sensory challenges or an autism spectrum disorder? In this course you will learn a few introductory skillsets for running and organizing your very own sensory story time. Mr. Matt Mazur, your teacher, will teach you easy to understand, easy to execute basic concepts for including children in Sensory-Storytime program of your own creation. This 4-part course challenges parents, teachers, caregivers, librarians, teen or college volunteers and anyone who is interested in being creative, inclusive and who is willing to take action and create their very own sensory-storytime. Mr. Matt Mazur holds a graduate degree in Developmental Models of Autism Intervention from the Center For Autism And Early Childhood Mental Health at Montclair State University. He also holds a Master's Degree and an Undergraduate Degree from New York Universities' Tisch School of the Arts. He has provided professional development to statewide library systems, several countywide library systems and to several daycare centers. He was selected as the Summer Reading Challenge Statewide Performer by the Office of the First Lady of Delaware.