Visual Supports to Teach Special Education, Students with Autism PowerPoint

Visual Supports to Teach Special Education, Students with
Visual Supports to Teach Special Education, Students with
Visual Supports to Teach Special Education, Students with
Visual Supports to Teach Special Education, Students with
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This PowerPoint presentation gives tons of picture examples of how to use visuals to support the instruction of students. It provides statistics and research on using visual supports. Visuals are a key component of successfully managing behavior and teaching students with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Topics include:
Visual schedules - written, visual, picture, mini and object schedules
Changing schedules
Physical structure of the environment - room, boundaries, work spaces
Work systems
Visual cues
Transitioning
Timers
Visual behavior supports
Sensory supports
Visuals to support communication

This presentation is 78 slides and can easily be broken up into multiple presentations on each individual topic.
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Visual Supports to Teach Special Education, Students with
Visual Supports to Teach Special Education, Students with
Visual Supports to Teach Special Education, Students with
Visual Supports to Teach Special Education, Students with