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Sunday, 23 June 2013

Pathological Demand Avoidance Mind Map

Just a quick one to share this great diagram on PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance) which I came across. A fab resource for teachers, it gives some great ideas on how to approach Sasha in the classroom (but a lot of this applies at home too....!):

Also take a look at www.pdaresource.com if you're interested in learning more - lots of great links on there!

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    1. yes, and it's not even rocket science! Just involves being a bit flexible :)

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  2. That's really interesting stuff - some of those strategies work so well with my two rather than the 'conventional' ways of working. I shall think on...

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    1. Exactly - they would work well with and help most (but not all) children I suspect... the difference is, Sasha really needs handling like this or else she will do nothing!

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  3. Steph, this is brilliant! Thank you.

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    2. I think so :) can't take credit for it though, found it on the fab tes website, worth taking a look at http://www.tes.co.uk/teachingresources

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    1. if only I could persuade evrybody to share!! glad you liked it :)

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