Programming for MS and HS Students with ASD, Part 02: Developing Routines and Independence Using Task Analysis (4-Part Series) (Tri-State Webinar)
Audience: Educators, Other District/School Staff | Topic: Autism, Special Education | Hosted by: Office of Special Education
Presenters: Sonja Chatfield-Peetz, M.S.Ed
Originally aired March 2, 2016
- Identify routines for skills acquisition
- List steps for developing routines
- Identify the ways to create a task analysis
- Use chaining methods to teach routines.
After watching the webinar in the section called View the Webinar (upper left-side), please email Megan Misegadis your contact information and your response to the 3 study questions to receive your certificate. Megan Misegadis' email is firstname.lastname@example.org
- Your Name
- Your Email Address
- Your District
- Your Role (teacher, para, SLP, etc.)
- Identify the 5 steps discussed in the webinar for creating routines.
- Describe the differences between forward chaining and backward chaining.
- Identify the 6 prompting levels for independence discussed in the webinar.
View the Webinar:
Other Parts of this Training
- Programming for MS and HS Students with ASD, Part 01
- Programming for MS and HS Students with ASD, Part 02
- Programming for MS and HS Students with ASD, Part 03
- Programming for MS and HS Students with ASD, Part 04
Contact InformationJanet Zimmermann
Upon receipt of completed study questions you will receive a certificate for .75 hours