Move from diagnosis to inclusion to education using Educating the Young Child with Autism Spectrum Disorders for all grades. Due to a trend toward inclusion, increased incidence, and increased and broadening diagnosis, many teachers expect to encounter students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Students with ASD can be challenging to teach, especially in a busy, noisy, elementary classroom. ASD causes these students to struggle with communication and socialization, which affects all aspects of their lives. This 64-page book guides teachers through all steps of introducing a student with ASD into the classroom, participating on an IEP team, developing a welcoming classroom, fostering social development and communication, and moving forward with the curriculum. The book also includes a special section for parents.Adjust the chair and desk for optimal ac Have the child sit backwards on a chair posture. The childa#39;s feet should ... This area can also be used as an alternative instruction area when large group instruction is too distracting. ac The sensory breakanbsp;...
|Title||:||Educating the Young Child with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Grades PK - 3|
|Author||:||Michael C. Abraham, C.A.P.E., Sherrill B. Flora, M.S.|
|Publisher||:||Carson-Dellosa Publishing - 2010-05-18|