Autism Corner: 3 Ways Mini-Schedules Will Improve Your Instruction
[Source: Autism Classroom Resources]
Mini schedules or activity schedules are probably not new to you on my blog. I talk a lot about visual supports and the usefulness of them in instruction. I find them useful for students with ASD but also for lots of other students. Here are 3 ways that mini-schedules can improve your classroom instruction and help your students learn better.
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