Links integrates assessment, instruction, and reporting features to
assist students who need to learn independence in daily routines. Links routines are embedded in both school
and community contexts. Students with autism and other development disabilities may particularly benefit from the
The Links Curriculum...
- Allows teachers to conduct global and targeted assessments
and immediately review results through a variety of reports.
- Enables teachers to collect baseline and ongoing data to assess a student's level of
independence, while taking into account individualized prompting needs during daily routines.
- Utilizes assessment data collected in the natural environment to identify specific routine
steps and skills that are problematic for a student.
- Suggests and provides specific lesson plans matched to a student's unique developmental needs.
- Encourages teachers to implement a variety of instructional techniques,
utilizing visual, verbal, and auditory prompts that increase a student's
ability to engage more independently in school and community settings.
- Provides teachers with immediate assessment results focused on a student's level of independence during daily routines.
- Allows teachers to track a student's progress related to independence within routines by monitoring the
teacher cues and additional prompting needed by a student.
- Empowers administrative staff to view data for students in their region
to determine if performance goals have been met.
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