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  1. A visual schedule is a critical component of a structured environment. What type of schedules do you use with students in your classroom?

  2. Schedules—Guided Notes Answer the question of: • When will we break for lunch? • When do I get to go home today? • When is Christmas break, spring break, and all other days off of school? When?

  3. Schedules • A schedule shows a student what activities will occur and in what sequence. • Schedules provide a and reference for students. • Schedules are to meet the unique learner characteristics of each student. visually concrete constant individualized

  4. Benefits to using a Schedule • Schedules can reduce anxiety for students by making the environment . • Schedules can be for students by providing specific time for preferred activities. • Schedules teach through a change in activities or in the sequence of events. • Schedules can by focusing on the schedule rather than the teacher. predictable motivating flexibility reduce power struggles

  5. Benefits to using a Schedule • Schedules support students that have difficulty with and . • Schedules assist students with language comprehension difficulties to what is expected of them. • Schedules assist students in between activities and environments. sequential memory organization of time understand transitioning independently

  6. Visual Support Hierarchy

  7. Let’s Review Symbol Hierarchy • Objects • Object Symbols • Facsimiles – photographs • True object based icons (TOBI) • Line drawings • Colored • Black and white • Words Concrete Abstract

  8. Individual Student Schedule Chart Created by FDLRS Action; adapted from Division TEACCH

  9. Individual Student Schedule Chart Created by FDLRS Action; adapted from Division TEACCH

  10. Individual Student Schedule Chart Created by FDLRS Action; adapted from Division TEACCH

  11. Individual Student Schedule Chart Created by FDLRS Action; adapted from Division TEACCH

  12. Individual Student Schedule Chart Created by FDLRS Action; adapted from Division TEACCH

  13. Individual Student Schedule Chart Created by FDLRS Action; adapted from Division TEACCH

  14. Individual Student Schedule Chart Created by FDLRS Action; adapted from Division TEACCH

  15. Let‘s Practice • Visual Support • Length • Organization • Manipulation • Location • Transition line drawing activity top to bottom check or mark off stationary verbal cue student/peer guided environmental/ student initiated

  16. Let’s Practice • Visual Support • Length • Organization • Manipulation • Location • Transition line drawing full day top to bottom Put cue in “finish” pocket stationary teacher guided verbal cue student/peer guided environmental/ student initiated

  17. Your Turn • Visual Support • Length • Organization • Manipulation • Location • Transition

  18. Your Turn • Visual Support • Length • Organization • Manipulation • Location • Transition

  19. Your Turn “secondary schedule” From Boardmaker in AS folder • Visual Support • Length • Organization • Manipulation • Location • Transition

  20. My Turn:Individual Student Schedules Reflect: Self-monitoring checklist for classroom scheduling & individual student schedules