ASD Class Strategies
Visual symbols for schedules, work systems or use with children with autism or additional needs. Included in this resource is 84 visual icons for subject areas, areas around the school/classroom and visuals for breaks or sensory breaks. Print, cut, laminate and Velcro for use around the classroom. ...
ABC Chart for tracking and documenting children's behaviour and finding the cause. A - Antecedent: What was happening before the behaviour e.g. where was the child, who was there etc. B - Behaviour: What the child did.C - Consequence: What happened immediately afterwards.Page 1 - ABC Chart Page 2 - ...
Today is my opportunity to share a post with #WeTeachSped and I thought I would take the opportunity to just provide a quick overview of Pivotal Response Training (PRT). Pivotal Response Training was developed by the Koegels at University of California in Santa Barbara. It is an ABA-based strategy that really combines the systematic nature of discrete trials with the generalization powers of more naturalistic instruction. For those of you using the STAR program, it is one of the three instructio
If your child has a speech or language delay, their speech therapist may suggest several strategies to help them with communication. For us, and for many, the most useful strategy has been PECS. But what are PECS and how do you get started with them?
Independent work systems (TEACCH) are a staple in many autism classrooms. They are considered an emerging or evidence-based practice for teaching independence. Setting them up and using them correctly are critical. Here are 10 things you need to know. #independentwork #structuredworksystems #teacch #workboxes #worktasks