Demystifying the Classroom
Are you a classroom educator, resource educator, early childhood educator, education assistant, BI, BC or other professional currently supporting a child with autism that is struggling in the classroom setting? Would you like to have a better understanding of autism, as well as current best practices in supporting children with autism at school?
Demystifying the Classroom is approperiate for those supporting children with autism or related needs ages 3 through 12. It will provide participants with knowledge and tools to support the social emotional and friendship needs of children with autism and their peers in the school or community setting. It will also prepare participants to apply the Friend 2 Friend Autism Demystification Puppet Program package curriculum with the children they support.
|Seminar agenda||Learning outcome||Who should attend?||Participants will receive|
9:15-10:30 What Does it Feel Like to Have Autism
10:30-10:45 Refreshment Break
10:45-12:00 Guiding Principles – Supporting Social Inclusion
12:00-1:00 Lunch Break (on your own)
1:00-2:15 Designing Meaningful and Measurable Social Goals
2:15-2:30 Refreshment Break
2:30-3:30 Implementing the Program
3:30-4:00 Questions and Answers
|Recognize what it feels like to have autism|
Discuss the social/emotional needs of children with autism
Identify the 5 dimensions of social inclusion
Develop meaningful and measurable social inclusive goals
Apply the principles of the Friend 2 Friend Autism Demystification® model
|Classroom Educators |
Learning Support Educators
Early Childhood Educators
SLP, OT or others supporting children with autism
|Full day workshop
Copies of Can I Play Too? Puppet Packaged Program Curriculum
If you are interested in hosting this seminar please Contact Us.
If you are interested in attending this seminar please see our Autism Demystification® Online Course.