Webinar - Prompting for Success - Autism Awareness Month

The term “prompting” refers to providing assistance or cues to encourage the use of a specific skill. Prompting is a technique that makes learning much easier for children with autism. It works well for just about any subject or skill you are teaching. Prompts are a teaching tool that we add to a situation to increase the likelihood of our student responding correctly. For our students, our goal is independence.  We don’t want them to need these prompts forever. We want our learners to be functional and functional is independent.  A prompt can be anything you find effective, and that the student responds to. Prompts are always given before the behavior starts. In other words, if the student is already completing the skill or task, a prompt is not needed – though positive reinforcement might be appropriate to encourage the behavior in the future.

Join Dr. Kathleen Adolt-Silva, the Director of the Managed Paraeducator Program Center of Excellence at Kelly Education, for a webinar called “Prompting for Success” in honor of April being Autism Awareness Month. Learn and practice 6 types of prompts to help students with Autism or any student be more likely to respond or act in the appropriate way.

This session will be held on Monday, April 3 from 6:00pm-7:00pm (Central).  This webinar series will be hosted using the free Microsoft Teams application.  To register, click here. 

This is a voluntary, unpaid professional development opportunity provided for Kelly Education and Teachers On Call employees.