Elements of Structured Teaching, Part 4 - Teaching Routines and Strategies (5-Part Series) (Tri-State Webinar)
Audience: Educators, Other District/School Staff | Topic: Autism, Special Education | Hosted by: Office of Special Education
The Elements of Structured Teaching, Part 4 - Teaching Routines and Strategies
Presenters: Mary Woodsworth, Ed.S. and Mary Flory, M.S.Ed.
Originally aired January 13, 2016
Participants will be able to:
- Understand the culture of autism
- Understand the importance of individualized support
- Understand the concept of visually based support
- Understand the major components of Structured Teaching: physical organization and visual boundaries, schedules, work systems, routines, and task organization
- Why are routines important for individuals with ASD?
- Consider a routine that a student would encounter in a school setting. Write a task analysis for the steps required to perform the routine, including independent initiation and task completion.
- Part 1 Removed from Series
- The Elements of Structured Teaching, Part 2 - Physical Structure and Overall Classroom Schedules
- The Elements of Structured Teaching, Part 3 - Assessing Schedules/Work Systems
- The Elements of Structured Teaching, Part 4 - Teaching Routines and Strategies
- The Elements of Structured Teaching, Part 5 - Visual Structure of Tasks
Contact InformationJanet Zimmermann
1 hour will be awarded to those participants who complete a brief webinar survey (Google Form).