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Setting up an Autistic Support Classroom
The Watson Institute
Lots of information and printables to help you set up your autistic support classroom.
Classroom Tools from The Watson Institute
Tips and suggestions to help you in your classroom.
Autism 4 Teachers
Suggestions to help with structure in the classroom.
A fantastic site by Cindy Golden. Cindy was formerly a school psychologist and is currently a special education administrator. Her site has wonderful ideas, pictures, and freebies! Worth taking the time to explore!
10 Steps To A Successful Classroom
Great advise from autism.org.au
Strategies for Teaching Students with Autistic Spectrum Disorders
Lots of advise and picture examples from room5ideas.com
Autism Classroom Tips
Twelve good tips for an autistic support classroom.
Elements of an Effective Classroom
Structure in the Classroom
The following are examples of ways to add structure to your classroom. Click each link for a picture example of each.
How to structure addition.
Visual reminder for having a conversation.
Adding Structure Using Functional Signs
Used as visual reminders to avoid interruptions.
Add structure to books
Each day I would straighten up the book shelves because books were scattered everywhere. One day I decided to do something about it...
Shows how to add structure to a workstation.
Shows how to add structure to a desk when the student has difficulty keeping the area clean.
Organizing play materials
Suggestions to help students organize play materials.
Other examples of structure
Replacing headphones when finished and waiting in line.
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What is Autism?
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