Demystifying the Classroom

Demystifying the Classroom

Demystifying the Classroom is a professional development seminar designed for schools or school districts and other professionals. Learn best practices in supporting social inclusion of neurodiverse students, as well as, how to implement our signature Autism Demystification model and programs.

Demystifying the Classroom seminar offers tips for supporting social inclusion, using our award-winning Autism Demystification model and programs.  Learn how to support your students to understand better, accept, empathize with their peers with autism or related needs. As well as learn prosocial communication strategies to enhance social inclusion, and reduce bullying. Also, learn how to apply our Autism Demystification Model and program in your classroom or inclusive community setting.

Demystifying the Classroom is provided live by Heather McCracken creator of the Autism Demystification model in a dynamic group setting.  This interactive seminar is suitable for classroom educator, resource educator, early childhood educator, education assistant, BI, BC, other professionals and parents. It is offered upon request in your area.

Seminar agenda Learning outcome Who should attend?
What Does it Feel Like to Have Autism
Refreshment Break
Guiding Principles – Supporting Social Inclusion
Lunch Break
Designing Meaningful and Measurable Social Goals
Refreshment Break
Implementing the Program
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
Education assistants 
Early Childhood Educators 
SLP, OT or others supporting children with autism

Looking for cost-effective alternative professional development? Check out our Autism Demystification Online Course.

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