These materials are designed for a special needs classroom. These classrooms are also called specialized support classrooms or alternative learning environments. In my years of teaching special needs students at nearly every grade level from kinder to 8th, I have learned so much, and I am excited to now share some of my strategies and methods for organization with you. I hope you enjoy this product and that it makes your life easier!
This 13 page guide discusses how to create a schedule for a student. It includes templates you can use to make an individualized schedule for your student, both with and without reinforcers attached.
Designing a Successful Student Schedule
My (Step-by-Step) Schedule
Designing a Schedule Reinforcement Book
Needed Visuals for Schedule Reinforcement Book
My Checklist Schedule
Feel free to edit as needed to make the visuals personalized for your classroom. If edited, please remember that all original ideas must be credited to teachers4.2morrow.
*Please note: some of the fonts may change in the fillable powerpoint files compared to what you see in the PDFs if you do not have the same fonts downloaded on your computer.
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