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The 123 counting sounds like 123 Magic, which I've used for a few years now with my oldest. It works well for nt kids, but not at all for my autie who still can't grasp behavior/consequence. But in a larger group setting, the instructors aren't going to have the time that we have at home with our children. They're not always going to be able to give them those 5 minutes of transition help that we can. So instead of offering a choice and then allowing the student 5 minutes to decide, they need the child to move quickly and smoothly to the next activity, with minimum disruption. It's just a function of the group setting. So if offering choices doesn't work, it's time for the teacher to move on to the next option, which might be to gently move the child physically into position, for example.
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