Inclusive Programming for Elementary Students with Autism

Inclusive Programming for Elementary Students with Autism

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As inlcusion becomes more common in elementary schools, this book will help guide teachers and school systems through the challenges and benefits of an inclusive classroom. The positives of inclusion for both children with autism and their typical peers are laid out along with exercises and programs for making class time productive and comfortable for both children and teachers. There's instruction on how to start and implement a program, an explanation of assessing children, as well as ways to impact social skills and general behavior. A selection of forms are also included that can be copied and used in specific programs.

Soft Cover, 164 pages, by Sheila Wagner, M.Ed.

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As inlcusion becomes more common in elementary schools, this book will help guide teachers and school systems through the challenges and benefits of an inclusive classroom. The positives of inclusion for both children with autism and their typical peers are laid out along with exercises and programs for making class time productive and comfortable for both children and teachers. There's instruction on how to start and implement a program, an explanation of assessing children, as well as ways to impact social skills and general behavior. A selection of forms are also included that can be copied and used in specific programs.

Soft Cover, 164 pages, by Sheila Wagner, M.Ed.

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