Today the team was excited to share our knowledge of evidence-based practices for students with autism with the staff at National Trail Elementary. We loved sharing all of our visual tools and answering questions on how to make the practices work for their students.
One thing we always stress is that the evidence-based practices not only help students with autism and low-incidence disabilities but they can also be effective tools to use with a group of students or the whole class. This was a great way to connect with National Trail Elementary's commitment to Universal Design for Learning.
Check back throughout the year for an in-depth look at each of the strategies we shared today!