Online Progress Tracking for the AET Autism Progression Framework 2.0

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New, Revised Materials for 2019

The AET Autism Progression Framework is one of the Autism Education Trust's most popular resources. It has been developed for the AET by Autism Associates based on extensive consultation with staff, parents, and young autistic people, and version 2.0 has been fully updated for 2019.

The AET Autism Progression Framework 2.0 supports you to identify learning priorities, set learning intentions, and track progress for children and young people on the autistic spectrum.

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The AET Autism Progression Framework 2.0 powered by  Show Progress provides a convenient online alternative for progress tracking in all eight of the framework's areas of learning:

Communication and Interaction; Social Understanding and Relationships; Sensory Processing; Interests, Routines, and Processing; Emotional Understanding and Self-awareness; Learning and Engagement; Healthy Living; Independence and Community Participation.

Evidence Gathering

Show Progress enables you to conveniently gather evidence for each learning intention that you set for an individual. You can add your own photographs, witness statements, or other evidence to support your judgements.

The evidence that you gather is permanently stored according to date and time, and organised into academic years and terms, so that you can quickly begin to demonstrate development over time. You can easily look back over any number of academic years to view each individual's previous learning and identify the next learning priorities.

Customisable

Show Progress is designed to be flexible, with multiple options for customisation. The default AET Autism Progression Framework 2.0 progress scale (Not Yet Developed, Developing, Established, Generalised) is built-in by default, but you can customise it to suit your needs (for example, adding new levels, changing labels).

In addition to the built-in AET Autism Progression Framework 2.0 learning areas, there is also an option to add your own. This enables you to supplement the 'bank' of learning intentions, so that you can also use Show Progress to track other areas of your curriculum (for example, work experience, academic topics).

Reports and Graphs

Built-in reports and graphs enable you to gain an overview of progress for each individual, and print details to share with parents and other professionals.

The reports and graphs that Show Progress provides, in conjunction with the learning intentions that you set and the evidence that you gather, can greatly simplify the process of generating documentation that you need to provide (for example, personal learning plans, Education Health and Care Plans (EHCPs), annual reviews).

Secure Online Access

Show Progress is based on cutting-edge cloud-based technology. Show Progress is secure, reliable, and responsive.

Access is available from any compatible web-browser on PCs, tablets, and smartphones. Your progress data and evidence for multiple individuals is stored conveniently in one location, so you can be certain that you are always accessing the current data, with no risk of loss or duplicate files.

For more information about the AET Autism Progression Framework 2.0, award-winning autism education training and free resources, please visit the Autism Education Trust web site: www.autismeducationtrust.org.uk.
Show Progress includes the AET Autism Progression Framework 2.0 ('AET Autism Progression Framework 2.0 powered by  Show Progress') with the permission of the intellectual property owners, who are the Autism Education Trust and Department for Education.