As we are talking about prompts, I thought it important to define prompts before we talk about how to use them and fade them.  First, a prompt is anything you add to instruction to help the student get to the right response.  This means that it includes pretty much anything that is done after the …

5 Main Types of Prompts: An Infographic

5 Main Types of Prompts: An Infographic - Autism Classroom Resources. I need to print this to put on the back of data sheets for para pros so everyone is on the same page!

Visuals Schedules for Children with Autism From theautismhelper.com

8 Types of Visual Student Schedules

Have your student practice their skills of rounding up to the nearest dollar with the Dollar Up Worksheet Pack by The Autism Vault. There are four levels of worksheets, and three different types of worksheets for each level. If your secondary special education students are working on functional money math skills, this is for you!

Dollar Up Worksheets

Have your student practice their skills of rounding up to the nearest dollar with the Dollar Up Worksheet Pack by The Autism Vault. There are four levels of worksheets, and three different types of worksheets for each level. If your secondary special education students are working on functional money math skills, this is for you!

Types of Behavior Function {Why is that behavior occurring?} - The Autism Helper

Types of Behavior Function {Why is that behavior occurring

Types of Behavior Function {Why is that behavior occurring?} - The Autism Helper Tap the link to check out fidgets and sensory toys!

Prompting is an essential teaching tool. Sometimes we can forget its meaning & important purpose for our teaching, so today let�s review the types of prompts & how to use them! From theautismhelper.com #theautismhelper

How to Use Prompts Effectively and Efficiently

Types of Learning Disorders: How to know the difference in learning delays | ilslearningcorner.com

Types of Learning Disorders: How to know the difference in learning delays

Do you have students who might benefit from using object schedules or using objects to communicate?  I'm sharing different types of object schedules including how to help students make the shift to visual schedules.  Ideas for individuals with autism, intellectual disabilities, and a few about those with visual impairments. via @drchrisreeve

How to Make and Use Object Schedules

Do you have students who might benefit from using object schedules or using objects to communicate? Im sharing different types of object schedules including how to help students make the shift to visual schedules. Ideas for individuals with autism, int

Every behavior has a reason for occurring & is followed by some type of reinforcer. Let's look closer at multiple behavioral functions on the blog! From theautismhelper.com #theautismhelper

Types of Behavior Function {Why is that behavior occurring

These interactive books are perfect for teaching students about feelings. You can target identifying feelings, coping skills and what types of things make you happy. My students with autism need a lot of visual supports to grasp these concepts. These adapted books have been a life saver!

Feelings Interactive Books

These interactive books are perfect for teaching students about feelings. You can target identifying feelings, coping skills and what types of things make you happy. My students with autism need a lot of visual supports to grasp these concepts. These adap

Visual schedules, cues, and supports are essential to help autism and special education classrooms effective. Help students understand expectations and improve behavior.

Visual schedules, cues, and supports are essential to help autism and special education classrooms effective. Help students understand expectations and improve behavior.

When someone rolls her eyes, winks when she’s saying something or uses a sarcastic tone of voice, most kids will get the message. But kids who have social skills issues often miss those nonverbal cues.

4 Types of Social Cues

When someone rolls her eyes, winks when she’s saying something or uses a sarcastic tone of voice, most kids will get the message. But kids who have social skills issues often miss those nonverbal cues.

Types of Behavior Function {Why is that behavior occurring?} - The Autism Helper

Types of Behavior Function {Why is that behavior occurring

Types of Behavior Function {Why is that behavior occurring?} - The Autism Helper

Autism Classroom NewsFile Folder Activities-Great Work Tasks for all Ages {Workbasket Wednesday}

File Folder Activities-Great Work Tasks for all Ages {Workbasket Wednesday

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