Monthly Archives: January 2018
Here is a great article about how to use plastic jugs as a way to create cheap custom tools for the art room
In a larger class where students with special needs are included with their typically developing peers, having a visual schedule or flipped instruction (a you tube video) can be a great way to remind students or what step is next. This is particulary great for those students that have poor working memory or cannot follow multi step directions. This is also a great reminder for a para professional; they often have to redirect students during the instructional part of class and may not be able to remember all the directions themselves.
Click on the Link below for a PDF of Adaptive Tools compiled by Lauren Stichter of Moore College of Art (Philadelphia)