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Prompt Level Posters

Prompt Level Posters
Prompt Level Posters
Prompt Level Posters
Prompt Level Posters
Prompt Level Posters
Prompt Level Posters
Prompt Level Posters
Prompt Level Posters
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These are examples of the prompt levels and examples of their use in the special education classroom.
Every class is different therefore they may not all apply 100% to your situation but I have found that this is one of the easiest ways to look at prompting. Based from hardest to easiest to fade (not many people realize verbal prompting is one of the hardest to fade, especially for children with Autism!). Post in your classroom as a reminder to yourself, your para-educators, or parents that the goal should be to reduce prompt dependency in all aspects of the child's day! A child that relies on your verbal or prompting to wash her hands is NOT independent, no matter if she can do the physical actions on her own! If you want the PUBLISHER copy so you can edit to fit your classroom, send me a message after purchase!
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