A.T.TIPSCAST Episode #15: First-Then Boards

Hey everyone,
Episode #15 is up for your listening pleasure. Episode #15 describes how to create and implement a First-Then board with students who need help following directions or completing tasks.

Here are a few examples of first-then boards:

First-then board where \"first\" box is green and \"Then\" box is red.  They rest on a blue background

First-Then Board

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3 thoughts on “A.T.TIPSCAST Episode #15: First-Then Boards

  1. Sally

    Great show, Chris (and your cast of thousands)
    What is a “bumper”? How can I make one?

    Thanks for all the great tips and strategies….keep up the good work!

  2. Christopher Bugaj

    Hey Sally,
    Thanks for submitting a comment.
    A bumper is a short audio file that I play at the beginning of the show just saying something like, “Hi! My name is Sally and I’m a from and you’re listening to the A.T.TIPSCAST.” It doesn’t have to be exactly like that. Adding your own little bit of flair is certainly encouraged. If you’ve listened to a number of the shows you’ve probably heard them on some of the other episodes. There is definitely one on the Talking Calculator episode (#10).

    There are a number of different ways you can make one if you’re interested. You can use the Sound Recorder in Word or you can use Audacity. If you send me a sound file (.wav or .mp3) I should be able to make it work. If you need more detailed instructions let me know.
    Thanks for participating!


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