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Teacher education in autism : a research based practical handbook / Edited by Clare Lawrence, Foreword by Tony Attward

By: Lawrence, Clare.
Contributor(s): Beardon, Luke | McNichol, Steve | Duncan, Kersti | Thompson, Shaun | Thornalley, Helen | Cormack, Jo | Hargrave, Jan | Tasker, Jo | Muir, Lyndsay | Howe, Sarah.
Publisher: London ; Philadelphia, PA : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2019Description: 176 pages : 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781785926044.Subject(s): AUTISM | CHILDREN | EDUCATION | CASE STUDIES | TEACHER TRAINING | TEACHERS GUIDES
Contents:
Introduction -- Understanding autism -- The autistic teacher -- Autism, masking, social anxiety, and the classroom -- Behaviour management and autism -- What works in autism training? Feedback from the front -- Autism and maths: the strengths, challenges and dangers of making assumptions -- The dreaded physical education lessons -- Involving parents -- "I can't eat that, I don't like it..." -- Relationships and sex education in autism -- Autism and gender fluidity -- Child neglect or autism? How do you differentiate? -- 'So, this is what really happened...' -- What we wish teachers know about autism.
Summary: "An edited volume of practical research based advice, with discussion points and activities to help educate new and practising teachers about autism, including chapters on maths, physical education, sex and relationships, behaviour management and more"-- Provided by publisher.
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Introduction -- Understanding autism -- The autistic teacher -- Autism, masking, social anxiety, and the classroom -- Behaviour management and autism -- What works in autism training? Feedback from the front -- Autism and maths: the strengths, challenges and dangers of making assumptions -- The dreaded physical education lessons -- Involving parents -- "I can't eat that, I don't like it..." -- Relationships and sex education in autism -- Autism and gender fluidity -- Child neglect or autism? How do you differentiate? -- 'So, this is what really happened...' -- What we wish teachers know about autism.

"An edited volume of practical research based advice, with discussion points and activities to help educate new and practising teachers about autism, including chapters on maths, physical education, sex and relationships, behaviour management and more"-- Provided by publisher.

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