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Reviews (5): Building Independence

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Anonymous
LENEXA, Kansas
May 26 2016
Customer Review: Amazon Customer - A useful resource for classroom teachers wanting to create work areas which promote independence. The illustrations and photos are useful in helping the novice understand the principles and concepts being addressed.
Anonymous
LENEXA, Kansas
May 26 2016
Customer Review: Amazon Customer - This is an excellent book for teachers of students with special needs. I like the color photos of the structured work systems. It tells you how to explicitly set up both academic and functional structured work systems on your classroom and gives you a plethora of ideas to use in your stations. Thorough and very useful to teachers of students with special needs. Thank you!
Anonymous
LENEXA, Kansas
May 26 2016
Customer Review: Amazon Customer - This book is wonderful. It is simply written and is an easy read. The best part is all the wonderful picture examples. The authors use picture examples throughout the book...you should have no questions because they did such a great job of explaining and showing everything.
Anonymous
LENEXA, Kansas
May 26 2016
Customer Review: Amazon Customer - I am a huge fan of task boxes and folder games and this book offers tons of ideas and tips for both! The illustrations of the work systems and folder games are so helpful and I appreciate that they are in color too! This is a great book for parents and educators. It has already gotten a ton of use from me and my colleagues and I suspect we have just scratched the surface. My only complaint would be that I can't recreate all of the cool ideas fast enough!
Anonymous
LENEXA, Kansas
May 26 2016
Customer Review: Joanna Keating-Velasco - Opening this book made me feel like opening the door to a wonderful seminar on creating structured work stations. This high quality glossy-paged book is chock full of color photographed ideas and samples for structured work tasks. There are 162 pages which provide examples of stations that you can set up immediately with very little expense. After utilizing this system for over 10 years, I can highly recommend this book. It's a much better resource than attending a seminar or conference class on these types of systems. The amount of visual examples and the wide variety of types of examples is such an amazing resource that I think this book should be part of a college level class required by all teachers going into the field of teaching children with autism or those who are visual learners

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