Every educator needs the knowledge and skills to successfully teach students with autism. In this webcast, the National Director for Autism Services discusses social skill development, establishing peer relationships, provides instructional strategies for learners with autism, and addresses strategies to manage challenging behavior. This resource costs $35.
This podcast discusses what teachers need to know about autism spectrum disorders (ASD). It focuses on evidence-based practices that successfully educate and accommodate students. This resource costs $35.
This webcast discusses how Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is diagnosed and provides strategies and additional resources available for the inclusion of students with in the general education classroom. This resource costs $35.
Published by Autism Speaks, this 9-page, easy-to-read article, focuses on 4 main areas: the rights of students with autism, instructional methods, therapies (i.e. speech, physical therapy) used, and incorporating a team approach to teaching.
This brief article summarizes 10 ideas, such as considering handwriting alternatives and supporting transitions, for the inclusion of autistic students. (Strategies are from the book “You’re Going to Love This Kid!”: Teaching Students with Autism in the Inclusive Classroom.)