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Britt Hatcher
Sat May 30, 2015 13:43

I think that having "I Can" statements posted for the child with ASD on their desk or wherever it maybe so that they can see those everyday is a good idea. Having a visual list of I can statements and a list of goals for them to attain is something that can help keep them focused and learning. Keeping a record of where the student started and how far they have come is another idea. I think that all of this and other things that you can do for those ASD students in the classroom will depend on things such as the size of the class, if the school has a special education teacher that you can work with and so on.

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    • Strategies - Britt Hatcher, Sat May 30 13:43
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    • I agree! - Sonya Summey, Fri May 29 20:34
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    • reply: concrete strategy ideas - macdonaldke, Fri May 29 15:26
      I agree and am definitely more of a "so now what" person who wants to know how what I'm learning can be actually applied to my classroom. Some of the articles mentioned several strategies to support... more
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