New Work Task Boxes for Special Ed
Who is prepping more work boxes this summer? I just love getting new ideas, especially for our older life skill students! Christina Bailey, a transition life skill teacher, offered to share a bunch of her work boxes on my blog! Thank you Christina! Christina works with transition aged students (19-26 years old) with severe cognitive and/or health impairments. Her school serves students from multiple school districts within the county who learn best in an alternative placement. Are you ready?…
Why Are the Elements of a Work System Important?
There is a reason behind every component of a independent work system. Do you know the 4 questions each work system should answer? Click through to find out. #TEACCH
The TEACCH Method: Structured Teaching for Children on the Autism Spectrum
“Are you familiar with the TEACCH method for helping younger students on the autism spectrum? How does it work, and can it really help these ‘special needs’ students?” Let's first look at the basic principles of TEACCH. They include the following: 1. physical structure refers to the child’s immediate surroundings; daily activities (e.g., playing and eating) work best when they are clearly defined by physical boundaries 2. having a consistent schedule is possible through various mediums…
Dollar Store Work Task Boxes - 20 Activities with Visuals & Directions!
Great starter set for class vocational tasks and occupational prep for students with Autism or life skills instruction. Great!
Task Boxes 6
Functional Task Boxes In our classroom we use a lot of task boxes, here are some of the box ideas we use. All of the boxes...
Setting Up Independent Work System Stations
Do you want to use independent work systems (TEACCH systems) with your students with autism but aren't sure how to work them into your classroom? This post includes different models and things that work for me.
How to Increase Independence Using Task Boxes in the Classroom
There is something about the structure and routine of Michaela's Especially Education task boxes students are drawn to. They take immense pride in showing off their finished work, keeping all the materials together, and putting the tasks away into their rightful places.
TEACCH Task Boxes! » Autism Adventures
TEACCH is a very systematic system used to set up a classroom for student’s with Autism. There is so much research supporting the use of TEACCH in the classroom. I have adapted the TEACCH system into my classroom and altered it to fit my student’s needs. I have an intricate system of Task …
Best of 2014- TEACCH Task Boxes » Autism Adventures
My 2nd most popular post from 2014 was about my TEACCH system. I still love it and still implement it the same way as I did when I wrote this post…so read on! TASK BOXES GALORE!!! TEACCH is a very systematic system used to set up a classroom for student’s with Autism. There is so …
Using TEACCH in a Functional Classroom: Part 1 - Independent Work Tasks
Come to the Edge...: Using TEACCH in a Functional Classroom: Part 1 - Independent Work Tasks
Task Box Visual Directions Templates- For Autism Programs
Whats Included?This simple template will help build independence for your students during their task box rotations in the classroom. Simply break down simple task boxes into 2, 3, 4 or 5 step directions. Photograph each step and create a cue card template.
ULTIMATE TASK BOX SYSTEM- SPED/AUTISM
If you are a Special Education Teacher--- you need to have an Independent Task Box Station in your classroom! If you own my ULTIMATE LIFE SKILLS STARTER KIT... don't buy this product, you already own it! Independent Task Boxes are an essential part of a Special Education Classroom. Independent Sch...