It's all about how it works best for you; I don't subscribe to the typical methods if something else works better.
If sticky notes and presentations don't help you, then perhaps Lego videos, home-made e-learning and songs might.
It depends upon what you're looking for, and what you want to avoid.
Everyone is different, so every approach ought to be, too.
I've carried out many projects which could be used as teaching materials, and so am seeking to put this into practise.
No two students are the same, however, and this is my approach; to tailor things accordingly until my students are confident in their subject and their capabilities.
I myself was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder almost five years ago. Academically, it's been much more of a help than a hindrance for me, and I hope my experience and understanding may assist others who may find asking for help and support in the school environment difficult.
I have volunteered and worked with various organisations, am currently undergoing training which shall lead me into further volunteering work prior to the commencement of my degree course in September '17.
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