ASD in the Mainstream Classroom

We are increasingly seeing pupils diagnosed with Aspergerís Syndrome in mainstream classrooms. A diagnosis is only useful if it helps us change what we do because of it. This course looks at different areas where small changes and some insight into the ASD world can make the classroom a better place for everyone.

We are increasingly seeing pupils diagnosed with Asperger?s Syndrome in mainstream classrooms. A diagnosis is only useful if it helps us change what we do because of it. This course looks at different areas where small changes and some insight into the ASD world can make the classroom a better place for everyone. Would you like your classroom to be accessible to ALL your pupils including those on the Autistic Spectrum, or with elements of dyspraxia, dyslexia, or ADHD? How is an ASD diagnosis obtained and what does it mean to you, to the child and to the parent? How does this diagnosis help focus our teaching and what common elements should we we be aware of for the child to learn effectively?

Guide Price: £120

Delivery: Classroom
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