Teaching Students with Autism in the Inclusive Classroom
Thousands of educators have turned to "You're Going to Love This Kid!" for fresh ways to welcome and teach students with autism-and now the book teachers trust is fully revised and more practical than ever! This second edition is targeted to the specific needs of today's primary- and secondary-school educators.
20 Ways to Use Fascinations, Areas of Expertise, and Strengths to Suppor
Using case stories and recommendations based on the authors' research, this book helps teachers to think differently about the so-called ""unusual, repetitive, or severely limited activities and interests"" of children with autism.
Creating Authentic Inclusion for Students with Complex Support Needs
Some educators still feel overwhelmed when it comes to creating an inclusive learning environment for their students and do not know where to begin. This handbook provides important first steps to making inclusive education a reality, guiding teachers on how to include ""one child at a time"".
A Professional Development Package for Teaching Students with Autism in
Say yes to inclusion with this complete K-12 professional development package from Paula Kluth-a DVD that takes you inside real inclusive classrooms, plus a Facilitator's Guide and practical forms to evaluate practices and plan effective supports for all
A children's alphabet book focusing on railroads, one of the most common interest of children with autism spectrum disorders. It presents many reading levels, with vocabulary ranging from basic concepts (bridge) to special train jargon (idler car, unit train).
Helps in-service and pre-service teachers understand how students with mild to significant autism can be perceived as literate and then supported to participate in literacy activities both in and out of school.