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Presented By: Mo Buti, M.Ed-BD, M.Ed-Admin, QIDP / Lauren Fuhr
For many students with autism, abstract learning can cause a high level of frustration and behaviors. Visual supports can help ease those frustrations and improve behavior.
A “Visual” is really anything your eye can see including schedules, visual choices, lists, videos, and engaging curriculum! These are:
- Stay in place long enough to process
- Show details
- Allow students to review again and again if needed.
Working in special education, you may be aware that most students with autism respond well to visuals.
In this webinar, you’ll hear from experienced special educators who work with autistic and other neurodiverse students.
- Mo Buti, owner of Advocate and Instructional Expert for People with Autism
- Lauren Fuhr, a special education teacher using Readtopia in her autism classroom.
Together, they will share specific visual supports and strategies to reduce off-task behaviors and increase engagement and learning using examples and resources from Readtopia. Come see how:
- Video lessons provide visual foundations for world knowledge
- Graphic Novels hold a reader’s attention (differentiated at up to 7 readability levels from Emergent to Conventional readers)
- Text Type lessons make visual connections to Science and Social Studies content (Maps, Graphs, Timelines, Photographs, Charts, Illustrations)