Effectively Teaching Students on the Autism Spectrum

Note: We had previously posted this and temporarily took it off the Blog; So this is simply a re-posting of the original Blog entry

You already know that teaching challenges come in many forms, have many personalities. They have a seemingly endless ability to challenge and to delight.

Here is a website which offers extensive discussion on how to deal effectively when teaching in an autism spectrum situation. This website is the National Autism Center at the May Institute. This is part of Ashland University, partnering with the Ohio Department of Education. This is a serious educational effort.

If this subject matter is of interest and value to you, I would urge you to check it out. You will need to register for a free account in order to access their “Dashboard”. The Dashboard allows you to investigate their many offerings related to teaching and dealing with students on the Autism Spectrum.

https://autisminternetmodules.org/

Published by Resources 4 Teachers & Parents

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4 thoughts on “Effectively Teaching Students on the Autism Spectrum

  1. Hi,

    I’d like this to be a bit more positive please… eventually delight…no….they are utter joy…they are beautiful little souls full of love

    On Sat., Jan. 23, 2021, 3:03 p.m. Resources 4 the Classroom wrote:

    > Resources 4 Teachers & Parents posted: ” You already know that teaching > challenges come in many forms, have many personalities. They have a > seemingly endless ability to challenge, frustrate, disappoint and, we hope, > eventually to delight. The delight comes when teaching yields good results. > ” >

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  2. It’s only when they r in crises that they’re really difficult

    On Sat., Jan. 23, 2021, 3:03 p.m. Resources 4 the Classroom wrote:

    > Resources 4 Teachers & Parents posted: ” You already know that teaching > challenges come in many forms, have many personalities. They have a > seemingly endless ability to challenge, frustrate, disappoint and, we hope, > eventually to delight. The delight comes when teaching yields good results. > ” >

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