T&L 2900: VIR: Teaching Students with Autism: Strategies for Success (Instructor-Moderated)
If you've ever had a student who blurted out in class, screamed when someone patted their shoulder, or rocked back and forth in the chair, you will appreciate the lessons ahead. In this course, you will discover the neurobiology behind these disorders and the way it affects students' behavior, learning, and thinking. Most important, you will learn creative, easy, low-budget strategies to help your students with Autism succeed in the classroom and beyond.
Develop the skills to counter these students' social discomfort, sensory sensitivities, meltdowns, problems with homework completion, language reciprocity issues, and violent fixations. Even if you don't have a student with high-functioning autism or Asperger's Syndrome in your class this year, these strategies will equip you to deal with any student who exhibits these characteristics on a regular basis.
- 1 credit offering
To register for this offering, please click here: Teaching Students With Autism: Strategies for Success. This online course may be taken self-guided or instructor-moderated. You will have the option when enrolling.