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:
And to communicate:
How do you use visuals for behavior?