Tools for Schools

Empowering neurodivergent learners…and their families!

School psychologists and teachers from around the world are adapting the Explaining Brains resources for their sites.  Below are a few of the amazing tools they have created.

Have you created a tool to help families understand their child’s brain?

Let me know and you may have your work featured here!

Testing Tools

Learning Snapshot

Help your students understand their neurodivergence in simple, easy-to-understand language.

Created by Rachele Teson, EdS, NCSP

What to Expect Handout Packet

Handouts to help families know what to expect when their child is assessed for special education, including cognitive, social emotional, academic testing and more.

Created by Rachele Teson, EdS, NCSP

Preparing Your Child for Testing

Give parents the language to help their child understand the assessment process.

 

Created by Rachele Teson, EdS, NCSP

Classroom Tools

If you would like to see more tools for teachers, please let me know here!

Teacher Handouts

Language for teachers to explain the testing process to their student.

Created by Rachele Teson, EdS, NCSP

K-5 Lesson Plan & Worksheets

Empower the entire class using these brain building lesson plans!

Created by Rachele Teson, EdS, NCSP

Brain Building Worksheets: K-3rd

Worksheets for a whole-class discussion with lower elementary students about highways and construction zones.

This lesson is based on The Brain Building Book. Please contact me directly for a class set of books.

Created by Amanda Jeremias and Rachel Morse, School Psychologists

Brain Building Worksheets: 4th-5th

Worksheets for a whole-class discussion with upper elementary students about neurodiversity.

This lesson is based on The Brain Building Book. Please contact me directly for a class set of books.

Created by Amanda Jeremias and Rachel Morse, School Psychologists

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