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ED 685c - Special Topics: Students on the Autism Spectrum


2013

This week-long symposium provides learners the opportunity to explore issues, themes, and strategies for students of all ages on the Autism Spectrum, primarily focusing on those with High Functioning Autism/ Asperger Syndrome. 

This course is intended for mainstream classroom teachers, administrators, special education personnel, parents and others who work with children and youth on the spectrum.  The course will clarify terminology, discuss IEPs and advocacy, and focus particularly on specific strategies for K-12 students in mainstream classrooms.  The goal of the course is to enhance teachers’ understanding and effective instruction for students on the spectrum.

 

2012
Realizing the Promise in the Mainstream Classroom:
Provides the opportunity to explore issues, themes and strategies for students of all ages on the Autism Spectrum, focusing on those with High Functioning Autism/Asperger’s. It is intended for mainstream classroom teachers, administrators, special education personnel, and others who work with children and youth on the spectrum.

2011
Students on the Autism Spectrum in the Classroom:
This course provides learners the opportunity to explore issues, themes, and strategies for students of all ages on the Autism Spectrum, focusing on those with High Functioning Autism/Aspergers. This course is intended for mainstream classroom teachers, administrators, special education personnel, parents and others who work with children and youth on the spectrum.

 

Prerequisites & Notes
This course is available to GPS students as a Summer Session course only.
This course is offered as a one week symposium.

Credits: 3 Offered: Summer 2011: Semester 201204; Summer 2012: Semester 201304; Summer 2013: Semester 201403




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