PTC Corner: How to Teach Schedule Use
[Source: The Autism Helper]
Creating student schedules are a lot of work. You need to create a schedule, select the right type of schedule for each student, make the schedules, laminate, velcro, etc. Once you schedules are prepped and ready to go, the real work begins. Schedules do not teach themselves. They are a tool. People need to be taught to use a tool. Just like you wouldn’t hand a student a book and say, “read” – we cannot hand our kids a schedule and expect them to follow it with no instruction.
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