This is an quick introduction to Visual Schedule Builder, an online service of Texas Tech University. This app helps current students build legitimate schedules for current and future registration terms. If you have an active eRaider, try it out at http://schedulebuilder.ttu.edu.
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Sign up for free at http://www.autiplan.com People with Autism, ADHD, PDD-NOS or a (slight) intellectual disability often need more structure and predictability. A visual schedule with pictograms is very helpful. With AutiPlan you can give peace of mind by creating a visual schedule!
Nicole Sparapani (SLP-CCC) and I talk about Visual Schedules. She explains the methodologies behind it, the different types of schedules, and how you too can make one. Autism Podcast
Helping children know what to expect throughout the day is an important part of setting up the classroom environment. In this video from the Teaching Strategies series, preschool teacher Patricia Lee describes how she uses a visual schedule on a daily basis. Young children can refer to the pictures on the schedule independently to see what comes next, which can help them to regulate their own behavior. A visual schedule can be especially helpful for children who struggle with transitions or changes to the daily routine. Copyright 2017 by the Center for Early Childhood Education at Eastern Connecticut State University. This video may only be used for educational purposes. It may not be used for commercial purposes and may not be edited or adapted without written permission from the Center for Early Childhood Education.
Visual Schedule Planner is an app available on the iPad for those who need a little help with executive functioning and planning, such as those with autism. This video is a general overview of the app. In the Fall of 2012 there will be an update to fix bugs, but the major functioning of the app will remain the same and you will find this video useful even with the updates that are coming. Please email us at email@example.com if you have any questions. Visit our website goodkarmaapplications.com.
In this video I show how to make a visual schedule to use in your classroom. You can find the link to the free download below. It is totally customizable. Visual schedules are also great for at home use with kids. You can also customize these and make it into a visual chore list. Possibilities are endless! I hope they save you some time and provide your kids & students some consistency. Get your free download at: http://www.readnbloom.com/freedownloads/
TACSEI helped organize this team's visual daily schedule in order to increase child engagement and predictability.
A group of students meet at Starbucks at Hullabaloo Hall for coffee and to plan their bike ride. They get on their bikes, that they rented through the bike-share program, and head out for a ride on a beautiful sunny day on the campus at Texas A&M. They ride by Sbisa Dining Hall, down Ross Street lined with oak trees and loop around the Menos Statue located in the courtyard of the Halbouty/Engineering-Physics Building. They make their way over to the Liberal Arts Building and continue their ride to Evans Library and the Academic Building with its historic copper dome. They ride past the Century Tree into Academic Plaza and continue down Old Main Drive with the Simpson Drill Field and Life Sciences Building on either side. As they continue around the Albritton clock tower and head south on Gene Stallings Blvd. toward Kyle Field, they end the ride at their final destination, the Memorial Student Center.