This hands-on article provides 10 tips to help teachers successfully include students with autism in their classrooms. Some of these tips are specific to students with autism, such as 'learn about the learner from the learner', and 'provide fidget supports', but many would be helpful strategies for teaching all students, such as 'help with organising', 'focus on interests' and 'give breaks'. The clear message is that teachers should view students with autism like any other student.This is a useful resource for teachers, and can also be recommended by parents to their child's teachers.
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Supporting Students with Autism: 10 Ideas for Inclusive Classrooms
27 May 2005
Child Care, Pre-school aged, Professionals, Integration, Individualisation, Education, Friendship, School age