Perfect for students who:
-Have difficulty remaining on task
-Get overwhelmed easily
Particularly for students who:
-Are on the Autism Spectrum
-Exhibit behavioral challenges
HOW TO USE:
1. Write down 3 separate tasks (or chunk a single assignment into smaller sections).
2. Have student make a choice between small incentives that you provide (such as two minutes to doodle, read, etc.) and write them down next to each task.
3. Have student make a choice of which larger incentive he/she would like to earn (such as 7 minutes computer time, drawing, etc.) and write it down at the end of the checklist.
4. Each time a student completes a task, they check it off themselves, and earn a small incentive. After all is completed, they can earn the larger incentive.
CUT THIS IN HALF and have ready to give to staff and parents for student study team meetings, IEP meetings, or even just in your own classroom. I use this for my more significantly impacted students and it helps IMMENSELY.
This version is NOT editable.
OTHER HELPFUL PRODUCT LINKS:
Great IEP at a Glance (Editable)
Amazing Caseload Class List
IEP Follow Up Checklist
IEP Teacher Survey (Editable)