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AFESC--Classroom Systems that Work: Classroom Structure, Routines, Visual Cues and Work Systems

Structured Teaching is an evidence-based approach to instructing students with Autism. This approach will also benefit students with ADHD, OCD, learning impairments, communication disorders, and hearing impairments. Structured Teaching is a system for organizing student environments, developing appropriate activities, and helping students understand what is expected of them. There are five major components to structured teaching, including physical organization/visual boundaries, schedules, routines, work systems, and task organization. This module will help participants to: (1) organize and plan a classroom to meet the needs of students, (2) set up the physical structure of a classroom, (3) identify and implement numerous visual supports in the classroom, (4) apply the components of stru

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Credits Available:
(12) Hours
Seats Filled:
9 / 20
Contact Person:
Dr. Shelia Smith
Audiences:  K-12, Administrators, Counselors, ParaProfessionals, Special Ed
Date Time Location
11/1/2017 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM Arch Ford Education Service Cooperative - Main Building - Room C
11/2/2017 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM Arch Ford Education Service Cooperative - Main Building - Room C