Homework: When and How to Ask for Help, Completion and Rewards – Organizational Skills Part 5

Homework: When and How to Ask for Help, Completion and Rewards – Organizational Skills Part 5

Homework: When and How to Ask for Help, Completion and Rewards is part 5, the last part, of  Marcia Garcia Winner‘s article on Teaching Organizational Skills to Individuals with autism spectrum disorder  (ASD). Her article benefits all students who lack this much needed skill not only students with autism spectrum disorder, therefore teachers, parents, and all who live or work with an individual who needs a boost in their organizational skills will benefit greatly from Garcia’s sound and sage advice.

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Homework: Prioritize, Plan, Follow Instructions – Organizational Skills Part 4

Homework: Prioritize, Plan, Follow Instructions – Organizational Skills Part 4
Homework: Prioritize, Plan, Follow Instructions – Organizational Skills is part 4 of   Marcia Garcia Winner‘s article on Teaching Organizational Skills to Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Her article benefits all students who lack this much needed skill not only students with autism spectrum disorder, therefore teachers, parents, and all who live or work with an individual who needs a boost in their organizational skills will benefit greatly from Garcia’s sound and sage advice.
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Homework: Chunk and Time It, Use Visual Structures – Organizational Skills Part 3

Homework: Chunk and Time It, Use Visual Structures – Organizational Skills Part 3

This is part 3 of Marcia Garcia Winner‘s article on Teaching Organizational Skills to Individuals with  autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Her article benefits all students who lack this much needed skill not only students with autism spectrum disorder; therefore, teachers, parents, and all who live or work with an individual who needs to learn organizational skills that include Executive Functioning will benefit greatly from Garcia’s sound and sage advice. Part 3 has tips on how to self-organize to complete homework on time for students with weak organizational skills who and are unable to interpret and predict deadlines.

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Homework: Clearly Define What Needs to be Done, Motivation, and Reward – Organizational Skills Part 2

Homework: Clearly Define What Needs to be Done, Motivation, and Reward – Organizational Skills Part 2

During the coming week,  I will continue posting parts of Marcia Garcia Winner‘s article on Teaching Organizational Skills to Individuals with  autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This post is Part 2 and is entitled,Homework: Clearly Define What Needs to be Done, Motivation, and Reward – Organizational Skills”  Marcia Garcia Winner‘s article benefits all students who lack this much needed skill not only students with autism spectrum disorder, therefore teachers, parents, and all who live or work with an individual lacking organizational skills will benefit greatly from Garcia’s sound and sage advice.

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Teaching Organizational Skills to Individuals with Autism: Executive Functioning Part 1

Teaching Organizational Skills to Individuals with Autism: Executive Functioning Part 1

During the coming week, I will post parts of Marcia Garcia Winner‘s article on Teaching Organizational Skills to Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Her article benefits all students who lack this much needed skill not only students with autism spectrum disorder; therefore, teachers, parents, and all who live or work with an individual who needs to learn organizational skills that include Executive Functioning will benefit greatly from Garcia’s sound and sage advice.

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Tactics Tackling Homework for a Child with ADHD

Tactics Tackling Homework for a Child with ADHD
Tactics Tackling Homework for a Child with ADHD
By referring to the characteristics of a child with ADHD (Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder), you should be able to furnish an efficient, study nook for your child and establish a set of guidelines to make everyone happier about the thorny issue of homework. Your child might be able to comply to the following suggestions if these homework strategies or guidelines are discussed with him and he is given a little input in the decisions.
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