In my last post I talked about 5 reasons our students need structured work systems in their schedule. Today I want to talk specifically about the benefits of structured work systems for the student but also for the classroom. And in the next post I'll talk about the benefits to home environments and work sites.
Benefits to the Student
If you have followed this blog for any time, you know I'm pretty student-centered. If you've ever asked me a question, you know my answer is often, "It depends on the student." So, not surprisingly, I'm going to start with the benefits to the student.
I talked about some of these in the last post, but this list is going to go just a bit farther in terms of what the student LEARNS from independent work, in addition to independence.
Want to work with smaller groups of students and still have everyone engaged? Try structured work systems. #autism
Benefits to the Classroom
In addition to benefits for the student, there are reasons YOU should be doing structured work systems to help your classroom. Here are a few.
Until next time,