Visuals are key for students in special education, but they are also important for staff. Look around the world and you will see there are visual cues all over. Adults need visuals and cues, too! Here are 3 ways I use visuals for staff in my special education classroom.
Varied Directives and Questions
Make Interactions Positive
Student Check Out System
It’s CRAZY how much we have to remember as special education teachers. Our students have numerous therapies and pull out services. It can be hard to remember who went where and why. This visual check out system helps me keep it all straight.