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Unformatted text preview: Avoid overstimulation –reduce auditory distractions • use of computer Avoid timed tests and assignments. • ** Because of the resistance to change and novelty, a structured regular routine in the classroom is essential. Be careful with transitions.Providing lots of warning and preparation, perhaps • Have a quiet space for the student to go to when feeling overstimulated. • Avoid using figurative language when working with this student. • You as the teacher must also learn the student's vocabulary. Watch and listen to decode the meaning behind a shout, a slap, or other behaviour. Often these are expressing something. • • It may be useful to do a functional behaviour assessment and create a behaviour intervention plan (see those sections in this book for further details on this). •...
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This note was uploaded on 06/01/2011 for the course CONCURRENT 4301 taught by Professor Ronphillips during the Winter '11 term at Nipissing.
- Winter '11