The Autism Helper Classroom: Class Video Tour

I love a good video tutorial. Sometimes even pictures don’t do something justice. And although video tutorials still have not helped me master the perfect wave curl using a wand curling (I swear I cannot even make an attempt without burning at least two fingers…), video tutorials still have some serious staying power. This year I decided to do brief video tour to give the layout and the centers. Over the next few weeks, I will do an in-depth video tutorial of each center to give you more of an idea of what work is down, how it is organized, and all that fun stuff. So stay tuned youtubers! I apologize in advance for my fast talking and the occasional PA system interruption – this is real life all the way.

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  1. Hi Sasha! You’re website is so inspiring! I am an elementary self contained special ed teacher. Could you tell me more about your data binders? Do you use a specific data sheet to collect student data? I’d appreciate any ideas or advice. Thanks!

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  2. Thank you for the video! That was great!

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  3. Hi, I have been working with children with Autism for several years and always prided myself on being organized until I came across your blog! I just recently created the independent task work stations similar to your system. I am so excited because it is similar to a TEACCH approach but not as cumbersome to store. Thank you for sharing all your ideas…I love your blog and information.

    Thank you!

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  4. Thanks for watching, Natalia!

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  5. Thanks, Rebecca!

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  6. Hi Sasha, Your room set up is so meticulous. I bet the binders really help students to stay organized. I work with K-2 students with IEPs who are also English Language Learners (ELLs), which put another layer of certain language proficiency.

    Thank you for sharing your room with us.

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  7. Hi Ina, glad to hear! Thanks for watching 🙂

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