Special education visual supports

Enhance learning for special education students with effective visual supports. Discover top ideas to create a supportive and inclusive classroom environment.

If you have done any teaching this decade I’m positive you’ve heard all about graphic organizers. They’re seriously a great tool for teaching all kinds of students to understand academic concepts. Did you know you can use graphic organizers for behavior as well? Graphic organizers are one of my very favorite tools for teaching students ... Read More about Utilizing Graphic Organizers as a Visual Support

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Christa Nusbaum
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As adaptive skills increase, challenging behaviors typically decrease. Made For Me Literacy visual supports help to develop student understanding, flexibility and independence. Dana Howell of Behavior Intervention and Solutions helps teachers understand the different formats and types of visual supports they can implement in their classroom. #visualsupports #specialeducationclassroom #teachertips

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Andrea Arms

A few weeks ago I posted this little picture on my Instagram. You might have seen it. A student of mine desperately needed a visual schedule on her desk and I (being a lover of all things providing closure such as check marks), created this tabbed schedule so she could easily close the tasks as they […]

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Sarah DeBusk
Visuals for special education students are a must! Inside my special education classroom, there are 5 steps that I do to make visuals in the classroom easy to use. First, it’s important to have teacher lanyard visuals and to wear them daily. It’s equally important to implement and use visual prompts for kids. Visual schedules, visual supports for behavior, visual task analysis in special education, and more. Special education classroom visuals will make your day run more smoothly. Primary School Education, Middle School Special Education, Special Education Classroom Setup, Elementary School Students, Education Lessons, Self Contained Classroom, Teaching Life Skills, Classroom Resources, Elementary Schools

Visuals for special education students are a must! Inside my special education classroom, there are 5 steps that I do to make visuals in the classroom easy to use. First, it’s important to have teacher lanyard visuals and to wear them daily. It’s equally important to implement and use visual prompts for kids. Visual schedules, visual supports for behavior, visual task analysis in special education, and more. Special education classroom visuals will make your day run more smoothly.

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