Visual supports are defined as an evidence based practice in improving communication, understanding and social skills for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Participants of this session will learn why and how visual systems are implemented in multiple facets of the classroom. Low to high tech examples will be shared to demonstrate how visual supports can practically be integrated in classroom activities. Visual supports to aid in the in the classroom environment, behavior and communication will be demonstrated. Outcomes: 1. Participants will be able to use visual supports to facilitate understanding in the classroom. 2. Participants will know how to use visuals to facilitate communication and behavior. 3. Participants will know of free resources to obtain visual supports to use in the classroom to support students in understanding, behavior and communication.