Idea from www.interventioncentral.org
Focus: OFF-TASK / INATTENTION
Use Advance Organizers (U.S. Department of Education, 2004)
One strategy to improve on-task behavior is to give students a quick overview of the activities planned for the instructional period or day.
This 'advance organizer' provides students with a mental schedule of the learning activities, how those activities interrelate, important materials needed for specific activities, and the amount of time set aside for each activity. All students benefit when the teacher uses advance organizers. However inattentive students especially benefit from this overview of learning activities, as the advance organizer can prompt, mentally prepare, and focus these students on learning right when they most need it.
U.S. Department of Education (2004). Teaching children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: Instructional strategies and practices. Retrieved August 20, 2005, from http://www.ed.gov/teachers/needs/speced/adhd/adhd-resource-pt2.doc
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