Structuring the Classroom through the Use of Visual Strategies - Introduction (2-day Training) - Spring 2019 - 011712
Research supports the use of visual strategies as an effective method of improving communication, increasing independence, and reducing anxiety that can lead to challenging behaviors if not addressed. In this two-day learning experience, participants will have the opportunity to develop individual schedules, work systems, and behavioral reminders to support students with autism and other developmental disabilities. The importance of routines, visual systems, and clear concrete expectations will be presented. The training includes presentations, small group projects and hands-on experiences.

All participants who attend the training may receive a follow-up in their classroom by ESC personnel if requested.

Audiences Charter School Personnel, Psychologists, Teacher - Special Education, Paraprofessionals
21st Century Learning  Vision Article II - New Learning Standards,   Vision Article III - Assessments for Learning,   Vision Article IV - Accountability for Learning


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