A set of token boards for reinforcing positive student behaviors. Variations include a single strip version and templates that allow you to add images to show the student’s schedule and the reinforcer they are working toward. To allow for multiple uses, consider laminating the templates and using Velcro to affix icons to the board.
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Visual Task Schedule
A visual task schedule can help students learn basic classroom routines or the steps for completing specific academic and behavioral tasks. The schedule can have visual icons and text for each step in the classroom routine or academic task. The student refers to the visual schedule and can check off
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