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Autonomy in the exits and entrances of the school center.

Autonomy in the exits and entrances of the school. The objectives that we want to achieve with these good practices are: -To ensure that our students are autonomous when entering and leaving the school through the same place as the rest of the students. -Foster the socialization of the parents of our students with the parents of the rest of the students. -Foster awareness of the capacities of students with Tea in the school community. Because in our center each stage (infantile-primary) enters and exits through different doors (to which students have to arrive independently, since the line is made about ten meters from the place where they wait parents) we are presented with the need to organize the different human resources available to the center so that each student can do it correctly. The organization would be the ...

Physical education

Physical education is very important for students, but for students with ASD it is very difficult to follow the rules of the game, this causes them to have disinterest in activities since they do not understand what they have to do, how they have to play . For this it is very important to adapt these classes and games to them. To plan a good practice in physical education classes with these students, the following measures can be carried out: Design games with few rules, very simple games, easy to understand. Cooperative games that the student feels included. They can be done in groups or in pairs. Explain these games through pictograms that are easy for the child to understand. Use significant, eye-catching and sometimes adapted materials for them, taking into account the difficulties at the level of fine and gross motor skills. These measures help the student to show a ...

Autonomy to the bany / Autonomy in the bathroom

The main goal to be achieved in our students is that they can be autonomous in their daily lives. To this end we use various visual aids that help us achieve this. When a student controls sphincters they sell us other kinds of necessities, such as: not being displayed in the hallway to pick up underwear. In our center we have several bathrooms with a visual aid, like the one you can see in the attached photo, with two clear objectives: to be able to perform all the steps when using the toilet and not have to need the presence of the adult (strip sequence placed on the wall) and climb the clothes inside the toilet space (box delimiting a suitable space) For these aids to work, the student must be modeled beforehand. We place the strip with the sequence and the box on the floor (with a strong adhesive tape) The child…

The waiting time in the toilet.

GOOD PRACTICES Students with ASD have great difficulties in understanding the environment, integrating different information and giving meaning to activities. Therefore, it is important to give information to students about how to perform a task, visually supported. In our center at the time of going to perform the daily routine of cleaning, the waiting time we work as follows: We pictographed the waiting area to go to do the toilet, we have placed a bank in which students can Sit waiting for your turn to enter the toilet. OPEN CLASSROOM TEAM CFI GABRIEL PEREZ JAIL

Celebration of the day of the center

The celebration of the patron saint's day of the center (in our case, Saint Gabriel's day) is proposed as a Center Pedagogical Project. This event will take place in September and all educational stages and specialized open classrooms will be involved. The celebration of the day of the center aims to be a motivating stimulus for the students through which knowledge and awareness of people with disabilities are promoted, at the same time that curricular contents of each of the respective educational stages are worked cooperatively. The main purpose of the Project is limited to generating in our students the value of awareness towards people with disabilities and more specifically towards those with ASD. Through knowledge and experiential experiences with autistic students, we will be able from the school environment, to promote in our children positive attitudes of respect, understanding, empathy, ...

Presentation of the students of the TEA classroom to the faculty

During the work sessions, the professionals of the specific unit explain the characteristics of the students they attend from a power point presentation. In the first working session, the professionals present the primary school students through a recording made a few days before which highlights relevant aspects of each student in relation to the area of ​​language, the area of ​​anticipation and flexibility and the area of ​​symbolization. The students are presented 1 by 1 and at the end of each one of them a turn of words is opened among the teachers to resolve doubts about the above. In the second session, the early childhood education students are presented, using a recording made by 1 or two members of the student's family. Where they explain what are the characteristics of their children in relation to the areas described above. TO…

Ashley M. Simonsen, Partner


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