Visual schedules are a staple in autism and special education classrooms. Schedules help our students understand their day and reduce anxiety about what’s next. However, if we don’t follow them relatively quickly and efficiently, we have less time on task.
One of the games I loved playing with my students is a variation of I Spy. You know those books where you have to find an object among a mess of other objects? Well, there’s actually some incredible skills for
Do you have paint eaters/slurpers/drinkers in your special education classroom? I do. I once went an entire semester of twice weekly art projects without painting. We colored, cut, glued and dot markered until the cows came home, but I couldn’t
Token boards are a staple in many special education classrooms. Token economies are a best practice and appeal to students with autism because they are a physical and visual representation of positive reinforcement. There are many ways to put together
Part of my job is to take each of my four special education classes into the community each week. That’s over 1000 trips over these last 5 years. This year, I had someone criticize the fact that we go to