Many typical educator behavior management approaches are not effective with children with Asperger profiles. At AANE we’ve gathered practical strategies you can try at school. To get started, determine what observable behavior you are trying to change or skill you are trying to teach. Gather baseline data so you know your student’s current ability. Set a realistic, measurable goal. Implement your strategy and measure its effectiveness over a set period of time. No strategy works for every student in every situation. Want more individualized support to figure out what will work for your student? Request an AANE consultation.
Resources & References for Educators
- Using Skill Cards to Generalize Skills
- How to Help Your Students Keep Track of Their Assignments and Turn in Homework
- Morning Work Template
- Change in My Day Card
- ASD Strategy Bank Compiled by Educators and School Administrators