Many classrooms for students on the Autism Spectrum incorporate the use of independent work stations.
As teachers begin their new classroom, they can continually assess the components and practices with the Yearly Outcome Form.
The Material Chart can provide teachers with a general list of materials to purchase when planning a classroom.
Data collection is an integral part of measuring the accomplishment of goals
When planning a classroom, a visual of the environment can be helpful.
Pictures and descriptions of possible centers found in classrooms can be seen in the Centers Powerpoint.
The classroom planning checklist provides a beginning roadmap to the teacher.
Planning schedules help keep students and staff organized
Once the environment has been designed, teachers need to create schedules for students and for the adults running the classroom.
Developing a one page IEP is a good starting point to aide in creating the physical environment.
Team meetings help staff to work more effectively as a cohesive team. Having a format to follow can promote a productive outcome for team members, especially enabling positive outcomes for their students.