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Students with autism are all so different and have a vast array of needs. Many of these learners need to be taught individually. It can seem impossible to effectively teach a group of such different students when so many of us our understaffed.
Before starting to set up the physical structure of your room or making any schedules, you need to plan out what your students will be working on, how they will be working on these tasks, and what types of centers Target organization planning classroom needs.
Start to figure out which students have similar goals and could be grouped together. Also — how many adults do you have? Is it you by yourself? Do you have aides? Are any aides assigned to only one student? If you have aides assigned to your whole classroom- make sure you have centers that they can run!
Here are some things to consider: My classroom dynamic has changed considerably over the years. When I started I had more academic learners and then I had a few years where I had more learners working on more life skills, functional skills, and pre-academic work.
Now I have an almost even half and half. Figure out where most of your learners are — do you need more academic centers, centers to work on functional skills, or centers that can be used for both? Will you be having a desk for each student?
Since my group is so diverse I never teach the whole group together. I also have other big tables in the middle of the room and when we have birthday parties, seasonal parties, etc we all sit at the tables in the middle of the room.
If not, what type of independent work system will you be using? I think the 3-bin is great for learners who need that structure and routine. I also think this works great in a general ed room because it can be easily set up. However, I soon realized that it was not functional for my class to have 10 3-bin work tasks — it took up WAY too much room.
And many of my students did not need that much structure.Global Targets To improve maternal, infant and young child nutrition WHO's Member States have endorsed global targets for improving maternal, infant and young child nutrition and are committed to monitoring progress.
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