Student schedules are necessary in the classroom. Schedules are functional and needed to build independence, autonomy, and problem-solving skills. The goal is not to get rid of the schedule but rather to increase independence with the schedule and continue to move towards less restrictive schedule types. In the episode, I introduce the least restrictive schedule continuum. Different types of schedules provide more/less support. It’s essential to pick a schedule type for each learner that meets their needs but also for as much generalization as possible.
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