Structured Teaching: Structuring the Environment and Teaching

Structured Teaching:
Structuring the Environment and Teaching Students
with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Presenters: Melissa Trautman, Teri McGill
When: June 6th and 7th, 2011
Where: Site: ESU 6, Milford, NE
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 pm
Cost: Free
Lunch will be provided
The goals of this workshop include learning the basic principles of structured teaching and beginning the application
of these principles in designing or re-evaluating a target student’s programming. Participants in this workshop should
bring the IEP of a target child with whom they are using or plan to use structured teaching principles. There is a
maximum of 40 participants for this workshop.
This workshop is intended for classroom teachers, paraeducators, speech/language pathologists, occupational and
physical therapists, resource specialists, and early childhood teachers who are seeking introductory structured
teaching information to work with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Participants will learn the important components of structured teaching including
the following:
 Structuring the Environment
Using visuals in the areas of:
 Individual Daily Schedules
 Communication
 Work Systems/Work Tasks
 Behavior
 Social/Play
 Self-Care
Each participant will receive a binder that will include presentations and CD with photos and resources.
 Self-Ca
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Deadline for registration: May 23rd, 2011
Questions about this workshop or unable to register online? Contact Melissa Trautman at (402) 761-3341
or email [email protected]