Teachers enrolled in this course will...

Know

  • Definitions/symptoms relating to ASD and Autism prevalence
  • Theory of Mind
  • Information on the vaccine controversy and features of gluten-free diets
  • Researched based teaching methods (ABA, TEACCH Method, etc.)

 

 

 

 

Understand

  • The sensory, academic, behavioral and social needs of learners with ASD so that these needs do not hinder the learning process

 

 

and Be Able To

  • Understand that connection and engagement come before learning
  • Benefit from the literary contributions and opinions of Temple Grandin and John Elder Robison
  • View skills targeted in Occupational and Speech therapy programs and the importance of consulting with related service providers
  • Apply a multitude of teaching strategies into the classroom to foster learning among students with ASD

and much, much more!

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