Use a total communication approach. If a student uses pictures to communicate, for instance, he or she can also be introduced to gestures and signs.

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Off the Page #3: Schedules and timers and lists….oh my!

Posted on December 11, 2017 in News

What if I told you it was possible to make some (if not most) of your students feel more comfortable by just adopting a few EASY strategies each day, week, and month? What if I told you these strategies would not cost a thing and would also help you–as the teacher–get a bit more organized? What if I told you these strategies could also help students learn new skills? Are you intrigued? If so, tune in to the latest episode of “Off the Page.” Be sure to share this one widely–these simple ideas can make or break a successful learning experience for some students.

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