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Arrivals can be difficult, but the use of an arrival routine and visual strategies can support the transition to the classroom.
Arrivals can be difficult, but the use of visuals and reinforcement may make this routine easier and less stressful.
Norma uses wait time and prompting to support a student who is learning to verbally make choices.
Teachers work to problem solve a student's behavior during snack time by making changes to his visual choice board.
Marissa uses a variety of prompts to teach Dre to make a choice between two snack items.
Phong successfully learns the link between pointing at an object and signifying choice.
Don't force a a reluctant student to "join the rest" if he is more comfortable watching the group and following along, especially if he can show that he is learning the content.
Developing a like/dislike list for each student could be a boon to teaching strategies and support positive behavior change and maintenance.
Shawn demonstrates a need for a different schedule and his teachers appropriately respond.
Student progress is sometimes measured in small increments. Marissa shares how a student's "win" makes her day.
Priscilla recognizes her student's sensory motor needs and offers him an appropriate, alternative item to chew.
Marissa shares her experiences with others, if a strategy or intervention doesn't work today, try something else tomorrow. Keep at it.
Marissa talks about collecting data using information from the student's entire educational team.
Michelle teaches the language for a small group activity through the use of a peer model, teacher modeling, and visual supports.
Marissa talks about how a three-week professional development opportunities has changed her professional practice.