Special education visual schedule

Enhance your special education classroom with effective visual schedules. Discover top ideas to help students stay organized and engaged in their daily activities.
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Does the thought of visual schedules make your head spin? Are you tired of finding stray PECs scattered about the room? Then Especially Education's Visual Schedule Flip Book and Token Board may be your solution! This post will walk you through the ins and outs of this visual schedule, providing tips and adaptations to meet the needs of every single student in your classroom!

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Sarah Steenrod
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When you set up your pecial education classroom setup there are a few extra things to consider. Check out these tips for furniture, layout, and wall space to create a learning environment that supports special needs students.

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Emerald the Violin
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Leslie Fowler Rutledge
As a special education teacher, there’s a pretty good chance you use task boxes in your classroom. Whether you call them IEP goal bins, task boxes, or task bins, these systems are used to promote independence and practice skills in your special education classroom. So what could make your task box system even better?! Visual schedules! Here you will learn how to incorporate visual schedules into your task box system in your special education classroom.

As a special education teacher, there’s a pretty good chance you use task boxes in your classroom. Whether you call them IEP goal bins, task boxes, or task bins, these systems are used to promote independence and practice skills in your special education classroom. So what could make your task box system even better?! Visual schedules! Here you will learn how to incorporate visual schedules into your task box system in your special education classroom.

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Heather Siciliano

A few weeks ago I posted this little picture on my Instagram. You might have seen it. A student of mine desperately needed a visual schedule on her desk and I (being a lover of all things providing closure such as check marks), created this tabbed schedule so she could easily close the tasks as they […]

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Sarah DeBusk