Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Sensory Integration and Calming Techniques in the Classroom

By Tracey le Roux, eHow Contributor

Many teachers struggle to understand and help children with Sensory Integration Disorders in their classes. "Sensory defensive" children may become easily overwhelmed by the quantity and variety of stimulation in the classroom, while "sensory seeking" children often struggle to concentrate and may be disruptive. Teachers who are able to implement some sensory integration calming techniques in the classroom will help these children to have a positive learning experience.

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