September 1, 2017 / by Micheal Webber
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Duration 01h10m

In this intermediate-level Workshop, you’ll learn how to determine if a student with disabilities needs structured teaching of the specific skill of attention-getting. And if so, you’ll leave this Workshop knowing how to teach him this skill, using visual explanations, modeling, and role-playing. In addition, you’ll see how to help him generalize this skill beyond your classroom.

Learning Objectives

• Determine if a specific student with disabilities requires a structured-teaching approach to improve his skill of getting attention.
• Using three methods – visual explanation, modeling, and role-playing – teach attention-getting.
• Generalize a student’s new attention-getting skill to new environments and people.