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Developing Work Systems for Students with Special Needs

Using structured work systems promotes independence and learning success for students with a variety of special needs, including students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The consistent use of work systems provides positive learning structures in vocational, home, and community settings.This professional development will highlight the benefits of building and using work systems for students in academic settings and how to generalize the basic structure to create independence in other domains of students' lives. 
Important Session Information:

Participants of this professional development session will receive the book, Building Independence: How to Create and Use Structured Work Systems (Reeve, Kabot, and Mesibov). Attendees will also have time and resources to produce and take work systems for use in the classroom.

Dimension 1.3: Knowledge of Students, Dimension 1.4: Activities, Dimension 2.5: Monitor and Adjust, Dimension 3.2: Managing Student Behavior, Dimension 3.3: Classroom Culture; Standard 1 - Instructional Leadership

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Credits Available:
(6) SD or CPE
Contact Person:
Laura Brinkley
Reeve Autism Consulting, LLC
Paraprofessionals-Instructional, Special Education Coordinators, Teachers, PPCD, Teachers, Special Education, Vocational Adjustment Coordinators
Date Time Location
9/24/2019 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM Region 6 ESC

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