This articles provides a review of visually based strategies for organizing classrooms for children and youth with ASD using a review of the literature.
- Environmental and visual structuring methods for use with individuals with ASD have been shown to have research support.
- These methods have also been recommended by high functioning adults with ASD.
- The methods have the potential for increasing independent functioning among students with ASD and decreasing the effects of challenges associated with ASD.
Ganz, J. (2007). Classroom Structuring Methods and Strategies for Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Exceptionality. 15(4). 249-260.