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70 Tips & Tricks for Educating Students with Aspergers/High-Functioning Autism by Marc Hutten

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Article - 70 Tips & Tricks for Educating Students with Aspergers/High-Functioning Autism by Marc Hutten

by: Mark Hutten

Source: Teaching Students with Aspergers and High-Functioning Autism


Research has identified classroom characteristics that promote success for children with Aspergers and High-Functioning Autism: individualized instruction, interesting curriculum, positive reinforcement, predictability, short working periods, small teacher-to-student ratio, and plenty of structure. Research has also identified optimal teacher characteristics: consistency, firmness, frequent monitoring of the childUs work, humor, knowledge of behavior management strategies for students on the spectrum, patience, personal warmth, and positive academic expectations. Based on this research, here are 70 quick and simple, yet highly effective, tips and tricks to use in teaching your students who are on the autism spectrum.


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