Classroom Structure

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This is an example of making a visual boundary on a table/area that many students share.


This is an example of a large classroom divided into stations or areas.  This gives visual boundaries and direction to students.  The room is divided into 4 different work areas and a “free choice” area.  The students know what to expect in each area.


This is an example of the first station.  Each day the students have an activity to complete in the area and can mark it off when they are finished and proceed to the next station.  This is great for structure as well as pre-vocational skills.

This is an example of the second station.  Daily living tasks are completed here and again each day there is a different task the students are able to complete.



 

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