Students with autism and other cognitive disabilities have complex needs. Their path to preparing for today’s modern workplace involves many moving parts. Digitability uses the best, evidence-based practices for transitioning students to their independence.
Auditory Processing and Functional Workplace Behavior: Exit Ticket.
Students presenting interpret and repeat feedback they receive from each student using the phrase, “What I hear you saying is….” Learn more
Positive Narration & Reinforcement: Exit Ticket.
When transitioning to exit ticket or other activity, teachers use positive narration: “I like that way [student] is follow directions. Nice job staying on task and earning a dollar!” Learn More
Positive Reinforcement and Healthy Classroom Culture: Guided Activity
Teachers can prompt their students to dance when the correct answer is selected, positively reinforcing their success as a class or team. Learn more
Prompting to Increase Auditory Processing and Comprehension: Guided Watching.
Teachers use differentiation and prompting to increase expressive and receptive language abilities based on individual student levels. Learn More
Student Engagement: Guided Activity.
Teachers increase the level of classroom participation and student collaboration by having students selected for completing the activity survey their classmates. Learn More
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Digitability is the only web-based curriculum, backed by science, that teaches digital literacy, social skills and job-readiness to people with a cognitive disability so they can become independent self-advocates.