This is an evolving list of some of the regular resources I use in my classroom and in managing my Functional Skills program. I use the TEACCH method as one component of the day in our secondary classroom. We use Applied Verbal Behavior as the basis for our lower functioning students with autism. Their academic block is divided into one to one (Intensive Teaching) and Skillbuilders - which is independence training using the TEACCH method.
Our students learn to follow the schedule, self-monitor when they need help and are finished, ask for help appropriately by raising their hands, and are maintaining skills which they have learned in their IT sessions such as matching, fine motor etc. There is more to learning than simply following a schedule - We use Language for Learning in small groups, DT Trainer and Speech Teach during computer time as well as PE, art and music in larger groups.