Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Using Visuals to Improve Behavior

Many children with learning differences struggle to understand the spoken word. They may not comprehend teacher expectations, classroom rules, or re-direction. This situation can result in poor behavior when they don't realize what they need to do. Here are a few ways to help:

Visuals can serve to explain what is expected of each student:



Students are less anxious when they see their schedule:



They help remind students of possible consequences:



Visuals can help explain a reward system:



To help deal with problem behaviors:

Behavior think sheet
And to communicate:

moods by LEGO face... Use in conjunction with How does your engine run? or as part of another program to help students identify their arousal state.

How do you use visuals for behavior?