Daily Schedules & Visual Cues to Support Self-Regulation

Category: Early Childhood Education (Regional and On-site)
Posted on 10/28/2020
Because the right hemisphere of the brain is largely in charge of self-regulation and it also processes information in images, it is important use a variety of visual cues when teaching students in early childhood. Using visual supports allows for planning, organization, and most of all independence. Visuals are particularly imperative to young children while they are acquiring language skills, figuring out social communication rules, or may have special needs. This course is designed to assist participants in developing a consistent daily schedule and other visual cues and routines that will promote self-regulation, behavior management and communication. Participants will be given the opportunity to make a variety of supports to take back for immediate use with students.

Intended Audience

Early childhood special education teachers, early childhood general education teachers, early childhood paraprofessionals, and other service providers


442-292-5094, ext. 231
3:00 Hours

LCAP Priorities

  • Pupil Engagement
  • Pupil Achievement
  • Course Access

Multi-tiered systems of support ties 1 through 3