10 Behavior Supports I use in my class

# 1 Critical Communication Cards

Critical Communication Cards – I use these to teach new skills such as requesting “break please”, “help” and “wait” self -management strategies

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#2 Social Supports

Social Supports – These help my students understand how to behave or respond in a particular situation using a visual guide describing various social interactions, situations, behaviours, skills or concepts

#3 Visual Folder Supports

Visual folder supports – A place for my students to keep all their daily and most used visuals all in one place, ideal for quick support.

#4 Self Regulation Tools

. Self regulation toolsI’ve made tools individually accessible for my students to use in a handy little booklet.

#5 First and Then Strategies

First and Then By using this strategy my students know what they must complete before having what they want, it also provides structure in their behaviour support plans.

#6 Token Economy Rewards

Token Economy – A powerful method of strengthening new skills and behaviours, The tokens are a way of “paying” my students for completing tasks and then they can be used to trade for desired activities or items they choose.

#7 Communication Binder

Communication Binder – My students can use their Daily Binders to aid Communication throughout the day and support them with any frustration or anxiety they may feel.

#8 Daily Visuals

Daily Visuals – A selection of visuals for Speech Therapy, Special Education and Autism to support communication in the classroom and at home.

#9 Token or Ticks Cards

Token or ticks – Point cards for some of my students to earn ticks for preferred behaviour.

#10 Daily Planner

Daily Planner – This Support folder is a place for my student to keep track of the days of the week, check their schedule, ask for task items they may need and support behavior before it arises.

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