A Colorful Way to Organize Individual Student Materials

Managing personnel and resources in a public school autism classroom can be a huge task!  All staff members should be able to access individual student materials quickly, as it saves time and greatly reduces the likelihood of problem behavior. Taking time to search for materials can equal down time and problem behavior for our students.  Watch Donna, a public school autism program teacher, explain and show how she uses a color-coding organizational strategy in her classroom!  Let us know how you keep your materials organized!

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One comment on “A Colorful Way to Organize Individual Student Materials

  1. meg

    Great idea! Also love the reinforcers list! Makes anyone new to the classroom, such as a substitute para/teacher, aware of their options for success! Yay!!!

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