Expectations and Strategies for Including High Functioning Students

 

 

This workshop is designed for regular education teachers who are including high functioning students with autism and Asperger’s Syndrome in their classes. It is also appropriate for parents and other caregivers with children who are mainstreamed and who may be considering higher education for their children. There will be a discussion of steps to success, derived from the Organization for Autism Research Educator’s Guide. Strategies for collaboration and modifications will be presented. Parents and caregiver welcome. Specific objectives are to gain an awareness of:
 
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders and their characteristics and features
  • Classroom Challenges
  • Challenging Behaviors and their Functions
  • Strategies for Success
This workshop is also appropriate for “specials” teachers such as physical education, music, art, etc. 
 
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“AMAZING, AMAZING, AND AMAZING! This was one of my favorite workshops presented at Sayreville University! I strongly recommend having this as a required workshop during Professional Development for teachers, paraprofessionals, child study team, and administrators. All presenters answered our questions and I have become better informed as a special education teacher. I can not recommend this workshop enough!”

Sayreville Public School Teacher

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