This module revolves around “Transitioning between Activities” among students with ASD. The introduction identifies that students with ASD tend to have problems transitioning from one activity to the other compared to their peers without any form of disability. This tends to happen more when they are moved to new environments. The module points out that this might be very challenging since individuals have to change from one setting to another and one activity to another in the course of the day. It is something natural hence a necessity.
Students with ASD normally find it difficult to shift from one task to another due to the greater need for predictability. Another reason might be the failure to understand the activity that is coming next or difficulty as a result of a change in pattern for a particular behavior. Given the weight of the issue, the module has reiterated that there are a number of suppor
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