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This month we are focusing on advanced structured work systems using file folders. They are perfect for students doing paper and pencil work and other types of activities.
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Includes a few download so you can take the ways with you!
I wanted to give you some suggestions of how you can create opportunities for learning using incidental teaching to follow the student's lead to teach new skills.
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The Murdoch Program Library is an excellent resource for teaching life skills and independence that easy to train staff to use consistently. This post provides an overview and tips for using it in the classroom.
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Paula, thanks so much for linking up!  I really love these tasks!!
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This is my first try at linking with Autism Classroom's workbasket Wednesday....   I love these things...I call them tasks, some call them boxes...whatever the name... they are AWESOME!   Here are some of my favorites...
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An educational consultant, behavior analyst, author, blogger
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Christine is a doctoral level board certified behavior analyst. She runs a successful school consultation practice providing professional development and consultation to school districts across the country around issues related to autism spectrum disorders as well as other low incidence disabilities and behavioral concerns. In addition, she is the author of sets of books from Linguisystems for children, Functional Vocabulary for Children,and co-author of books from Linguisystems for adults and adolescents based on daily life skills. Christine is also co-author of the book Setting Up Classroom Spaces to Support Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, and Building Independence.
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