In this episode, we review how to set up visuals in your classroom in a way that is purposeful and effective. You want only the visuals that are useful and not a whole huge set of ones you don’t need. Use visuals to label. This helps with organization and teaching students to independently find and put away materials. Use visuals to support directives. We give so many verbal command on a daily basis and our kids with receptive language processing challenges just can’t keep up. Use visuals to show order to events/routines by creating mini schedules. Last, use visuals for behaviors and academics. This is essential. Use visuals to show the many if/then relationships we set up and the rules of the classroom.
These visuals are a tool and our student will need to be taught how to use these tools. Learn how to teach your staff and teach your students how to utilize these visuals on a regular basis.
Behavior visuals: https://theautismhelper.com/58903-2/
Visual necklace: https://theautismhelper.com/visual-necklace/
Visuals for routines: https://theautismhelper.com/using-visuals-teach-routines/
Mini schedules: https://theautismhelper.com/using-mini-schedules-classroom/
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