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How to...support and teach children on the Autism Spectrum: Dave Sherratt: 0.032

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How to...support and teach children on the Autism Spectrum

 

Most schools have at least one child on the autism spectrum – and teaching these children presents a very particular challenge that requires special understanding from everyone involved.  As well as offering a valuable insight into the nature of autism, Asperger’s syndrome and other associated conditions, this book includes: -

  • Clear principles for appropriate teaching
  • A positive approach to developing relationships with socially and emotionally detached children
  • A wealth of strategies and activities for developing skills in the key areas of engagement with        others, communication and creativity
  • Practical advice on supporting children on the autism spectrum in a school and classroom  environment
  • Ideas for training and supporting those who work with children with autism.


About the author:
Dave Sherratt has been teaching children on the autism spectrum for twenty years.  He has lectured and published on autism in many countries, and tutors in autism at Birmingham University, UK.  His research interests include the play and early social-communication of children on the autism spectrum.

 
 
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