Classroom Structure for ASD


A well-structured classroom serving students with autism spectrum disorders using defined areas for activities, structured work systems, and individualized schedules can decrease frustration, which may result in fewer challenging behaviors. For staff, it can increase efficiency. Staff members can spend less time dealing with challenging behavior and more time working on increasing desired skills. A well-structured classroom can also result in increased independence and self-confidence for individuals with ASD.

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