Stock your classroom with materials that help manage behavior effectively and support staff in implementing appropriate strategies. Create a visually supportive environment, facilitate organization and time management skills, and track student progress through data collection. With the right resources, educators are ultimately able to enhance the overall learning experience for students with special needs.ALL EDUCATOR MATERIALS
These strategies are useful for children with autism, behavior disorders, cognitive disabilities, ADHD, and for those who need more structure. The resources are designed from the perspective of Applied Behavior Analysis and look at the function of the behavior to aid in successful interventions.
CALENDARS & CIRCLE TIME
Changes and unexpected events can be difficult for children with autism and special needs. Using visual calendars can help show when new events, holidays, days off, and other special activities are happening. They provide predictability and structure, which can help diminish stress and confusion.
Visuals are crucial in special education classrooms as they provide concrete representations of information, which can aid comprehension, support communication, and enhance learning for students with diverse abilities and learning styles. Visuals also help promote independence, reduce anxiety, and provide a predictable and structured environment.
These tools provide objective measures of student performance and help ensure individualized and targeted interventions to support each student's unique learning needs. They enable systematic data collection and assessment, allowing educators to track student progress, identify areas of improvement, and make data-informed instructional decisions.
Schedules are an essential part of a classroom - for both learners and educators. They provide predictability and structure, which can help reduce anxiety. Schedules serve as visual aids that help children understand and anticipate the sequence of activities throughout their day, aiding in transitions and minimizing confusion.
Training classroom staff can be an overwhelming job. It is important that each team member is able to implement evidence-based practices and create inclusive environments that promote student engagement, growth, and success. These materials are great for both new and veteran classroom paraprofessionals within the special education setting.
Whether you are a full-time homeschooling parent or are looking to support your child with supplement activities, The Autism Helper has curriculum and resources to guide you on your journey!
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