Visual reminders of behaviors that may help to reinforce or replace verbal directions or prompts.
Whole class or Individual: large visuals for groups or small cue cards for 1-on-1
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How to Use
1. Visually reinforce verbal directions
Use the cue card to visually reinforce verbal directions, or as nonverbal reminders.
2. Ensure visibility
Be sure the student can see the cue card.
When to Use
Use to replace or reinforce verbal directions.
Use to quickly and quietly redirect a student.
Tip: Make sure that the student has the desired skill before using behavior cards. A student must be taught how to “sit in seat” before a visual will help them remember to sit in their seat.
Think about what you want the desired behavior to ‘look like’ and ‘sound like’ for each student. Sitting in seat may look or sound different for each student. Teach the student based on their abilities and needs.