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Structured Learning

Key Terms related to Structured Learning and Visual Supports

Structured Learning an approach to help individuals with autism understand their environment and daily activities using their visual mode ex. visual supports
Physical Organization Physically organized environments clearly indicate the types of activities that occur in each area ex. the use of visual supports such as furniture, labels, etc. to mark certain environments
Visual Schedules a visual representation of planned activities in the order in which they will occur using "visuals" ex. a velcro activity listing times on the left, and representing different activities with pictures on the right
Routines assist individuals in understanding the environment and in becoming more flexible ex. doing the same things listed on your visual schedule each day in the same order
Visual Boundaries Visual boundaries help students understand the specific rules of each space, the types of activities to complete in each space, and the behavioral expectations of a specific space ex. see physical organization
Work Systems visually structured sequences that provide opportunities to practice previously taught skills, concepts, or activities ex. putting activities in an order so you will be practicing skills learned earlier in the lesson
Visual Supports ny tool presented visually that supports the individual as he or she moves through the day ex. a visual schedule or color coding
Model/Modeling Demonstrating an action for a learner ex. teaching by rote
Reinforcement a consequence (in the form of an item, activity, or event) that is delivered immediately after a behavior and increases the likelihood that the behavior will occur in the future ex. a sticker for a good job
Created by: candylvrg