This book will help practitioners employ appropriate teaching and learning strategies when working with autistic spectrum disorder students.

Established and Effective Strategies

Established and effective strategies
  • Discusses the role of assessment in planning appropriate programmes for children with autism.
  • Provides an overview of interventions used with pupils with autism including TEACCH, SPELL, PECS.

There is no magic to teaching children with autism. Successful practice for pupils with autism is the result of sound knowledge, hard work and appropriate resources. It is an extension and refinement of many basic pedagogic principles and is attainable to those practitioners who are able to adapt their practice and remain open to learning themselves. Whilst many people encountering pupils with autism for the first time will feel unskilled and in need of a complete overhaul of their practice, it is rarely the case that this is necessary. There will be the ...

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