A Prompting Hierarchy provides teaching staff with a systematic approach to teaching students to use and learn new skills. It also provides teachers a framework for communicating about a student’s level of independence. It is important to keep in mind the least intrusive vs. the most intrusive way we are prompting/cueing students.
This site provides an example of structured plan in teaching a student a skill. http://www.unr.edu/ndsip/tipsheets/UsingLeasttoMostPrompts.pdf
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Information compiled by Lincoln Public Schools Autism Team (September 2015)