- Good Practices
TABLET OF SEQUENCING OF ACTIVITIES
Visual support aimed at clarifying which are the activities that are going to happen or that have to be done in different environments (work table, playground etc.), facilitating the predictability for students with autism. It was developed by the CPEE_Latores within the CREEME Project (Resource Center for Special Education and other Specific Measures). This project consisted in the conversion of the specific center into a resource center for the ordinary reference schools of the students with autism enrolled in combined education.
This visual support, in particular, is used in the environment of the ordinary classroom of the student body to which it was addressed and put into practice with the help of an itinerant teacher from the specific school who traveled to the ordinary center in advisory work.
- Included in school/society, Cognitive accessibility, Independent/life skills
- Students age range:
- 3, 21
- Curriculum area:
- Not related
- Year period:
- Any moment
- Step by step description, including actions to be developed for preparation and implementation:
- Support design, selection of pictograms and explanatory text, laminated and cut and implementation in the ordinary center by the itinerant teacher of the specific center.
- Resources to be used, including human resources, materials and spaces:
- * Specific center teacher, ordinary school teacher and itinerant teacher. * Paper, printing, velcro, plastic and cut. * Ordinary classroom
- Difficulties found while implementing it:
- The official webpage for the good practice:
- Activity sequencing tablet