Using Google Slides to Provide Visuals Cues

The world is made up of all different people with a variety of needs. Some students may respond better to visual cues versus auditory. The visual learner may respond in unexpected ways when auditory overload occurs. One way to support the  student with successfully completing a task is with visuals supports provide by using a Google Slide Deck.

The Google Slides can be presented to the student through the use of a tablet.  The Special Education Teacher, or Teaching Assistant prepares a slide deck for the student to scroll through independently for following directions to complete tasks presented by the Classroom Teacher.



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