Supporting the Move from Mainstream to ASD

20.00

Description

This mini course consists of a 52 slide presentation with voice over.

It was created to support mainstream class teachers moving to teach in an ASD class for the first time.

 

It covers all the essentials you will need to get you set up for September

Course Objectives:

1.This course outlines evidence-based strategies to promote social communication skills for pupils with autistic spectrum disorders (ASDs).

2.This course outlines the three levels of autism.

3.The course explores the management of challenging behaviour, classroom management, planning and assessing in an ASD class.

4.The course gives a general introduction to autism, leading to an understanding of the difficulties facing pupils with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) on a daily basis.

5.The course goes on to outline and provide teachers with evidence-based strategies to promote the social communication skills of this group of children, including: visual timetables, TEACCH PECS, LAMH and Social stories.

6.You will gain practical skills for identification, assessment and support of children and young people with ASD in a range of settings.

  1. You will learn how to develop Individualised Education Plans (IEPs) for your students with ASD.
  2. You will learn about various strategies and resources to use throughout the day to make learning more accessible and desirable for your students.
  3. You will learn about intense interests and how to use them to help the child progress.
  4. You will learn about Attention Autism.
  5. You will learn how to transfer your teaching skills and methods from mainstream to an ASD setting.

Once you download the receipt, the course will arrive in a second email. It also comes with a number of free resources to help you get started:

First and then chart

Gross Motor Skills Pack (10 pages)

Fine Motor Skills Pack

Yes/No Card game

Skills checklist

Task Analysis Sheets

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