Daily Schedules take on many forms. They are an essential element in providing predictable, safe, and language based transition tools in a classroom for students on the spectrum. This slideshow illustrates the variety of schedules and their classroom placement.

In 2004 Susan Erber, the Superintendent of District 75 Special Education District at the time, collaborated with a group of educators, public and private, to provide guidance for teachers of children on the Autism Spectrum. One of the projects was an illustrated guide to the Autism Core Elements, a comprehensive outline of the environment necessary for children on the Spectrum.

All the pictures were taken across District 75 to provide visual models in working classrooms.

Links to the other Autism Core Libraries:
Autism Core Elements: Physical Structure vimeo.com/23584363
Autism Core Elements: Daily Schedule vimeo.com/23585524
Autism Core Elements: One-to-One vimeo.com/23585165
Autism Core Elements: Work Sites vimeo.com/23584135
Autism Core Elements: Workstations vimeo.com/23544723
Autism Core Elements: Miscellaneous vimeo.com/23586375

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