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SIEU2319 Engaging students with ASD

Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder may experience difficulty when planning, preparing for, getting started and completing work tasks. The mental processes that enable us to plan, focus attention, remember instructions, and juggle multiple tasks successfully are often challening for students with ASD. However students will benefit from explicit instructions in approaching work tasks.  In this session the presenter will outline specific teaching strategies that they use in the classroom that benefit not only students with ASD but all students in the classroom. While the focus is teaching strategies, the course will also be of interest to Education Support staff working one to one or with small groups of students who have ASD.

Presented by Jane Hancock