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For many students with autism, abstract learning can cause a high level of frustration and behaviors. Visual supports can help ease those frustrations and improve behavior.
A “Visual” is really anything your eye can see including schedules, visual choices, lists, videos, and engaging curriculum! These are:
Working in special education, you may be aware that most students with autism respond well to visuals.
In this webinar, you’ll hear from experienced special educators who work with autistic and other neurodiverse students…
Together, they will share specific visual supports and strategies to reduce off-task behaviors and increase engagement and learning using examples and resources from Readtopia. Come see how:
s a practiced professional in the field of special education providing services and support to those with disabilities and their families and schools for over 31 years. She managed autism programs and services for over 6,000 students as Director of Autism and Intellectual Disabilities at Chicago Public Schools. She was also a special education teacher, an autism itinerant and a special education administrator. She is now the owner of AiepA: Advocate and Instructional Expert for People with Autism.
is a Special Education Teacher with CHSD218 in the southwest suburbs of Chicago. She has been a teacher for students with complex learning needs for 13 years. Lauren started implementing Readtopia during the beginning of the pandemic to best meet her students’ various needs through E-Learning and continues to use it for in-person instruction.
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