2018-2019 Hidden Curriculum Calendar
The calendar runs to coordinate with the school year from August 1, 2018 to July 31, 2019, and will be shipped to you by August 1. The calendar is available for purchase until June 30, 2018.
This daily calendar contains hidden curriculum tips that are sure to spark novel conversations and develop awareness of the many unspoken rules that students may not know. Compiled by Brenda Smith Myles, author of The Hidden Curriculum for Understanding Unstated Rules in Social Situations for Adolescents and Young Adults, this year's calendar includes many new hidden curriculum items for you to enjoy all year round.
What people are saying about the 2017-2018 Hidden Curriculum Calendar:
"As a licensed clinical speech language pathologist for over 34 years, The Hidden Curriculum Calendar has hands-down been one of the most effective therapy materials I have implemented into my therapy sessions to teach unstated 'hidden rules' that do not come easily and are difficult for individuals to infer. For individuals who struggle with unstated rules such as social or curriculum rules, this can easily be a daily lesson for teaching a new social rule in therapy or in the home environment. No other therapy resource teaches 365 days of social learning! In my opinion, this is a must-have teaching tool for any individual struggling with basic understanding of social rules. I have used these calendars effectively in my therapy for many years with great success! Parents can also use this valuable tool at home to teach and review social skills! Definitely a great and fun teaching resource to use when working with students and young adults on the autism spectrum."
- Rebecca Mulalley-Thacker MA, CCC-SLP
Licensed Speech Pathologist
"I've been using the calendar with my 8-year-old son with high-functioning autism. Each morning during breakfast we read the daily calendar, and it has been very insightful for him, spurring some great conversations. I've been able to use the phrase 'hidden curriculum' at times to help him understand why certain behavior is inappropriate in a social setting. I've found myself saying, "It's part of the hidden curriculum!" and he totally gets it. This resource is helpful in a daily, practical way, and it is one of the best tools we have utilized."
-Sharon in San Diego
Publisher: Autism Asperger Publishing Company (2018)
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