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Moving Beyond Requesting (Part 1): Feature, Function, & Category

This is the first post in a seven part series about building vocabulary to support increasingly complex language tasks both receptively and expressively. Many of our students are nonverbal or limited-verbal communicators. For some, picture exchange is a useful and...

How To Implement Hands On and Movement Activities

One of the biggest challenges I have found during remote learning is maintaining the ability to sit. When we are in the classroom, our bodies are always moving! We interact and play with each other, transition, practice functional routines, work on projects,...

(FUN)ctional Routines

Practicing functional routines is an essential life skill. In doing so, our learners will work on becoming independent in the classroom, their homes, and their communities. Functional routines can be fun and motivating, even if they are challenging and stressful right...

How to Organize all of the STAR Materials

As we head into winter break, my number one goal is to be prepared and ready for resuming school in January, whether it be in person or remote. Using my plan time efficiently has been a main focus while working from home. Staying organized, on top and ahead of lesson...

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