Austin Lambert : Special Education - Coggle Diagram
Austin Lambert : Special Education
Remove any possible distractions in the classroom.
Limit the total number of new/different activities or concepts introduced at any given time.
Positive reinforcement and incentives to complete tasks.
Demonstrate how to complete assignments/activities.
Organize all steps of an assignment/task to ensure that they are clear and easy-to-understand for all students.
Differentiate whenever possible. Instructions should be given verbally, in written form, and visually, if possible.
Provide reminders and notices for students when moving between activities or assignments.
Provide students the opportunity to reflect, process, and review between activities. Students may have difficulty focusing on a single thing for extended periods of time, so short breaks aim to alleviate that.
Provide students will additional time to complete homework/assignments/projects when needed.
Avoid establishing rules that are discriminatory.
Working with individual students to develop a plan for behavioral intervention.
Positive reinforcement given immediately when appropriate.
Establish expected classroom behaviors and norms. Regularly praise students who are on-task and participating.
Avoid putting time restrictions on tests. Some students may need more time than others.
Allow students to retake missed/failed tests as needed.
Allow students to take breaks as needed. Some students may have difficulty sitting still or focusing on one thing for extended periods of time,
Limit the overall number of new concepts introduced at any single given time.
Provide students with incentives to complete work and assignments.
Provide students with examples of work and what is expected for the final product.
Provide clear and explicit instructions for all students. Streamline whenever possible.