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Episode 29: Classroom Structure (Step 2 in the 7 Steps for Setting Up a Stellar Autism Room)

by | May 27, 2019

Episode 29: Classroom Structure (Step 2 in the 7 Steps for Setting Up a Stellar Autism Room)
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Why is structure important? A structured environment decreases negative behaviors, lessens student anxiety, increases independence, and improves student independence. And guess what? It also helps you manage and lead your staff. Creating and maintaining a structured and routine oriented environment will help your team work more collaboratively. In this episode, Jen Koenig, one our of team bloggers, and I discuss best practices for creating a structured environment. Jen shares her two essential considerations for each area of her classroom: functional and accessible. We discuss the different areas of Jen’s classroom and her thought process behind setting it up in a specific way. Creating a classroom that is visually divided and visually defined will lead to overall student success. Your students will learn more and your team will be more effective. This episode is filled with action items and essential questions to be asking yourself either before you set up your class or in the middle of the school year. Links: Color Coding Tools: https://theautismhelper.com/color-coding-tools/ Keeping Organized with Schedules: https://theautismhelper.com/keeping-organized-with-schedules/ Setting Up Center Rotations: https://theautismhelper.com/making-center-rotations-a-breeze/

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