Visual representation of least-to-most prompting (or most-to-least) for teaching skills.
What if a student isn't acquiring the target skill presented?
What if they always choose the wrong answer?
What if they aren't acquiring steps in a sequence?
Used to assist teachers in errorless teaching, ABLLS, VB-MAPP, direct instruction, functional skills, etc. Visual representations can be used to train staff members how to use prompting procedures in your classroom. They are also useful visual prompts for staff to continue to use the correct procedures.
For least to most prompting we begin with using no prompt, but provide increasingly greater levels of prompting until the student successfully completes the response.
For most-to-least prompting we begin with the highest level of prompting to begin with a correct response. Then prompting is gradually faded using lesser prompting levels until the target skill is demonstrated independently.