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Autism Classroom, Set Up Your Classroom

Autism Classroom, Set Up Your Classroom. This is a bundle of resources from my store that will be great to help you set up your new autism classroom or just to update it. Each resources comes with instructions so you are able to implement them and use them in the best possible way in your classroom! We use these within our classroom every year and they work wonders with our students, so I am able to personally recommend you these resources ...


Why You Need to Be Utilizing Centers in Your Autism Classroom

Working in centers is an evidenced-based practice that is utilized in autism classrooms. Not only is it effective for our students, it can actually make your teaching more effective and easier.


5 Ways You May Be Causing Behaviors in Your Classroom

Our classrooms may be the cause for behaviors more than we realize. Read about some considerations to keep in mind when teaching in an autism classroom.

from NoodleNook.Net

Visual Schedules in Autism Classrooms

from National Professional Resources, Inc.

Autism: Classroom Success with Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)

Autism: Classroom Success with Applied Behavior Analysis provides information on using principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA) to teach students who have autism spectrum disorder (ASD). ABA is strongly supported as an evidence-based practice and is highly recommended for students with ASD.

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Clothespins in the Classroom:{FREEBIE }Setting up Classrooms for Students with Autism-Materials (Autism Classroom Resources)

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Here's to Another Year: Autism Classroom Tour! (Teaching Special Thinkers)


FREE Top 5 Autism Classroom Management Strategies! While the cause of autism is still unknown, there are specific strategies that have been identified as most effective. Here are the top five most effective strategies. Read more at:

from You AUT-a Know

Tales of the Unintentional Prompter: 3 Mistakes You Are Making When Prompting Your Students

Top three mistakes you are making when prompting students in your special education classroom. Check out these easy changes I made in my Autism classroom to promote student independence.