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The Educators Guide to Teaching Autistic Children

Presented By : Christy M. Drapala
(*) Single User Price. For multiple users please call 1-800-223-8720
Pre Recorded Audio Conference
60 minutes
  •  Wed, September 12, 2007
Event Description

Autism expresses itself in ways that can seriously interfere with your students’ ability to learn.

With an 800% rise in the number of cases over the last 10 years, chances are you either have an autistic student in your classroom or you will soon. It’s up to you to know the latest teaching techniques to ensure that each student learns the material you are charged with teaching.

So, where can you go for the tips and techniques you need to make sure you give your students your all?  Look no further than here! Now is your opportunity to join us for an informative one-hour audio-session that will open your eyes to what Autism means for your students and how you can ensure they get the education they deserve!

You will learn:

  • The definition of autism and why the population is ballooning.
  • 5 things your curriculum needs to contain to get the job done.
  • How to create a top-notch learning environment for your autistic students.
  • What to do when your autistic students exhibit problem behaviors.
  • 3 key ways you can pull the family in and push learning obstacles out.
  • Creative ideas to address your students’ various learning styles.
  • What independent work systems are and how can they help you and your students achieve academic success.
  • The difference between verbal and non-verbal autism and how you can effectively teach students with both.
  • How you can use new technology to help your students excel.

This is an audio-learning opportunity that anyone involved in educating autistic students should attend.

About Our Speaker(s)

Christy M. Drapala
Christy M. Drapala is a graduate of Rider College with a BA in Education. A lead member of Intervention and Referral Services Team, Drapala taught first through eighth grades for 9 years before returning to The College of New Jersey for her master's in Counseling and an Education Specialist graduate degree in Family Co... More info

 
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