Keeping Staff Informed in Public School Autism Programs

Communication is Key!

As teachers in public school autism programs, it can be challenging to find the much needed time to meet with staff. With the variability of student needs in our classrooms, it’s important that all staff members are on the same page. Here’s a great idea from Michelle, a public school autism program teacher. She uses this “communication board” to:

• Provide her staff with the most up-to-date information regarding individual students and classroom procedures.

• Encourage her staff to communicate with each other.

• Inform all staff members about the great things that happen every day in the classroom.

Keeping Staff Informed

Let us know how you keep your staff informed. We’d love to hear your ideas!

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One comment on “Keeping Staff Informed in Public School Autism Programs

  1. Van

    Each assistant gets a complete copy of my lesson plan for the week, color coded by grade level. This saves a great deal of time lost to explaining the lesson I want worked on that day.

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