Counseling & Special Ed
If you have students with one of the Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), and you don’t know what they’re thinking or feeling, your days will be difficult – and theirs will be too. Most Pre-K through 12th grade educators have worked with ASD students all ready, and the prevalence of ASD is increasing. This class is an essential introduction to this puzzling disorder. Course topics include the potential causes, diagnosis, types of ASD, explanation of behavior patterns, and strategies/resources for educators. You can customize your assignments to match your circumstances.
This course is appropriate for Pre-K through grade 12 teachers, administrators, support staff and parents.
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Text, Helping Children with Autism Learn, is available from Amazon for about $17.
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