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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 structured work systems, and (5) create and implement task organization to promote independence in the classroom. The participants will leave with useful tools to be utilized in the classroom.
TESS Component: 2

Important Session Information:

Handouts (if applicable) will be available within five days prior to the session date and can be accessed at the Crowley’s Ridge Educational Service Co-op website. http://crowleys.crsc.k12.ar.us/handouts

There is a $25 fee per day for all participants outside the CRESC area.  No professional development credit will be given until fee is paid.

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Session ID:
Credits Available:
(12) Hours
Seats Filled:
8 / 8
Contact Person:
Julie Butterworth
Julie Butterworth
Audiences:  K-12, Special Ed
Date Time Location
6/13/2018 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM CRESC - Harrisburg School District - Harrisburg Middle Room 701
6/14/2018 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM CRESC - Harrisburg School District - Harrisburg Middle Room 701