Since my last blog on this topic (12 months ago!), I continue to get requests for more examples. Taken from my work "Tools of the Trade: Personalised Learning Plans (Bortoli, 2016), this Blog gives examples of task analysis in the area of Personal Literacy.
Read about Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA), how it presents and its effect on the learner in the mainstream classroom.
Read about what the Visual Learner is looking for in the learning and social environments.
Read about the importance of organised and de-cluttered learning spaces for the visual learner.
Read about the use of a Social Autopsy tool with students who have ADHD presenting with social problem-solving issues.
Read about the benefit of organising the home environment for the visual learner, and how one Sydney mum addressed busy routines using visual structure for her children.
This is an introduction to Executive Skills. Read how visual supports can address the weak executive skills of a visual learner.
Read about the use of visual structure in the child's home environment.
After reading my two blogs about Task Analysis, try and create your own data sheet or visual support. To get you started I have provided some excerpts from my current work "Tools of the Trade: Personalised Learning Plans" (Bortoli, 2016), which may help with some of the students you work with, otherwise create your own Task Analysis.
Read about the use of Task Analysis to write observable goals.
Read about task analysis and how it can be applied visually.
Read about the definition and characteristics of a visual learner.
Read researchers' comments about the use of visual supports.
Read about what a student with a developmental delay want their teachers or parents to know.