Maximize your most effective therapeutic tool!
I find that using a daily task list for therapy is how I can best deliver much of the information needed for effective feedback.
A task list can include, what tasks we are going to be doing, and what the learning targets are. The student knows what is expected and how they are doing at meeting their goals. We use picture schedules with pre-readers and all the benefits of picture schedules plus more are realized with task lists!
To be effective Feedback must be:
Timely, Specific, Well Received, Goals made Apparent, and with Dys-confirmation Accepted.
Other Therapy Tools:
Occupational Therapy: Fine Motor Assessment and Baseline Data
OT, SP/L -Food Survey: Oral Dysfunction, Sensitivity, Food Aversions, Nutrition
Occupational Therapy: DeCoding Jokes-Handwriting, Perception, Executive Function
Reversal Repair for Reading and Writing: b-d, p-q, d-p
Sequence of handwriting instruction:
Capitals First!: Book One [PreSchool / Kindergarten]
Capitals First!: Book Two [PreSchool / Kindergarten]
Numbers Next Bundle [PreSchool]
Numbers Next Practice Book [Kindergarten]
Lowercase at Last!: Book One [Kindergarten/ First Grade]
Lowercase at Last!: Book Two [Kindergarten/ First Grade]
Winged Writers [First Grade / Second Grade]
Raise the Roof [Second – Fourth Grade]