This is the best version of an adult visual schedule I have been able to come up with. It is completely made up in Microsoft Word too! This is how I start my year off and also how I manage where my students are, as well as my paraprofessionals, AND make sure that I am meeting my students’ IEP minutes! To the left is a cropped example of what mine looks like. This document is editable, so you can add rows and columns, change the time blocks, and make the cells whatever color you like as you see fit. The columns are for a specific student, and the rows are the times blocks broken up into about 15 minutes, and colors show who is supporting the student. When making my schedule, I try to work around the abilities and strengths of my students. Once this schedule is made, doing lesson plans is a lot easier!
First, when planning my special education schedule, I use this to compile all of my students on to one page to get me started. Than I am able to just this as a jumping off point to make my "Master Schedule". The overview page is also available on its own here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Caseload-Minutes-Overview-3864701
This download includes and editable and non-editable version of the Caseload Overview.
Note: I do end up reprinting and editing this page as my students' needs change!
This page works best for me when I have it printed out, while I am going through all my IEP's at the beginning of the year. This page is also a great addition to a planner, teacher organization binder, or just a caseload management file.
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