Overview of Prompting
Prompts are additional teaching techniques used to increase the likelihood of desired behaviors when the individual isn’t responding to the general instruction.
Teachers in Action – Least-to-Most Prompting
Teachers in Action – Most-to-Least Prompting
Located on the Nebraska Autism Spectrum Disorders Network website, this two-minute video shares the different levels of prompting involved in behavior shaping and skill acquisition. The webpage also includes a downloadable document that provides an overview of prompting.
This article, published by the Autism Helper, provides an overview of prompting and identifies six different methods of prompting: full physical prompts, partial physical prompts, modeling, verbal prompts, gestural prompts, and visual prompts.
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