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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1Independent Activities for Autistic Students
Course SummarySpecial education teachers can access this course at any time to learn new teaching strategies for instructing students with autism. The course is designed to help you improve your instructional skills and better accommodate students who have autism.
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About This Course
Take a look inside this comprehensive special education course to learn useful autism teaching strategies. Through a series of short and simple lessons, you'll review information regarding autism awareness and inclusion, as well as sensory-related issues and strategies for developing or improving your students' skill sets.
How It Works
This course is available at any time, and it can be accessed on any device that has an Internet connection. You can work through the course's short and simple lessons at your own pace. Self-assessment quizzes are also included to help you retain the topics you study.
The course includes:
- Engaging, simple and to-the-point lessons
- Intuitive navigation to specific autism teaching strategies
- Lesson transcripts for offline study
- Quizzes, chapter exams and a final exam to help you reinforce your understanding of these instructional strategies
- Expert special education instructors who are happy to answer any questions you may have
How It Helps
- Builds awareness: You'll become more aware of the sensory issues that special education students experience.
- Student achievement: Incorporating the course's resources can improve your students' life, academic and social skills.
- Improves special education instruction: The course helps you strengthen your instructional skills for autism awareness and inclusion.
- Understanding important sensory issues in autism
- Helping autistic students improve their listening and attention abilities
- Strengthening autism awareness and including autistic students in class
- Teaching life, academic and social skills to students who have autism
- Addressing behavior and self-improvement concepts in autism
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