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Categories - Speech, TEACCH  Here is another task that I have placed in my TEACCH work system. After teaching my students different catego...

Categories - Speech, TEACCH Here is another task that I have placed in my TEACCH work system. After teaching my students different catego.

RECURSOS AULA DE APOYO: IDEAS TEACCH

RECURSOS AULA DE APOYO: IDEAS TEACCH

Independent work systems (TEACCH) are a staple in many autism and other special education classrooms.  They are considered an emerging or evidence-based practice for teaching independence.  Setting them up and using them correctly are critical.  Here are 10 tips to get your started on setting up and using them. via @drchrisreeve

The Ten Commandments of Setting Up Structured Work Systems

Independent work systems (TEACCH) are a staple in many autism and other special education classrooms. They are considered an emerging or evidence-based practice for teaching independence. Setting them up and using them correctly are critical.

EN EL AULA DE APOYO: ASOCIACIONES

EN EL AULA DE APOYO: ASOCIACIONES

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Clasificar imágenes por categorías

Little Miss Kimberly Ann: Task Box Ideas Continued

Puzzle di LEGO Duplo - Little Miss Kimberly Ann: Task Box Ideas Continued - can create sequencing blocks and place in a row.

El baúl de A.L: Materiales de elaboración propia

El baúl de A.L: Materiales de elaboración propia - partner activity - one makes sentence, other places pictures.

Students use pictures to sort between who, what, when, and where. There are nine pictures for each category. Great for beginning comprehension skills. Works wonderfully for children with autism and special needs.

Who, What, When, Where

Students use pictures to sort between who, what, when, and where. Great for beginning comprehension skills. Works wonderfully for children with autism and special needs.

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