This powerpoint was used in a Teacher Team Inquiry Meeting.
I was asked to join this team to provide a unique point of view, the OT point of view. We are asked to evaluate and examine student work. However, we were also getting caught up on some of the behaviors of the students that make it difficult to propose meaning behind the students work. I put this power point together to give the teachers a way of taking repetitive, restrictive behaviors (hallmark symptom of Autism) of the students and turning them into meaningful occupations. In turn the teachers were able to create more meaningful projects and observe students and behaviors in new ways.