Do you teach or service students with autism? Then this jam-packed session is for you! We will not only go through the Ultimate Classroom Tool/Rubric (which you will all go home with) but also design and create visual supports to enhance academics, behavior, social and much more. The Ultimate Classroom Tool/Rubic was created to ensure you have the best program where students with autism and other disabilities will progress. The tool addresses school culture, classroom environment, academics, behavior, social, sensory, health/hygiene, transition and more. Within these categories, we will review various visual supports. Throughout this session you will have the opportunity to create visual supports using apps/websites (you will get the license to do this), individualizing, printing, laminating, cutting, and velcroing. There will also be many premade visuals for you to take with you. At the end of this session, your brain will be filled with ideas as well as your bag filled with visual tricks! There is a $20 materials fee in addition to the cost of the workshop.
Date and Time:
- September 30, 2019
- 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
As a result of this workshop,
1. Create a minimum of three visuals to support instruction in the classroom for a student with autism.
2. Locate at least three free websites to support instruction, communication, behavior and social skills for students with autism.
3. Locate at least three websites to find pre-made visuals to utilize when working with students with autism.
Mo Buti, M.Ed-BD, M.Ed-Admin, QIDP, Owner, AiepA: Advocate and Instrucitonal Expert for People with Autism, Chicago, IL
There is a $20 materials fee in addition to the $295 cost of the workshop.