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By: Lindsey Graff on August 31st, 2013

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Tools to Define and Communicate Clear Expectations

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The following activities are designed to aid in creating an efficient and effective classroom with clear expectations and procedures. Bringing these instructional tools into your classroom will help with classroom management, specifically when students are expected to work independently. These activities are especially useful when working with students with emotional and/or behavioral disorders and students diagnosed with autism, who will benefit from consistency in the classroom and throughout the building, along with increased visual supports.