Strategies and Structure – Getting the classroom, work and communication right for the children with autism
Identification of the key differences in processing styles which make it more difficult for many pupils on the autism spectrum to access education.
The rationale behind why structure is needed for children with autism.
Strategies to use within the classroom, the work and in communication.
Identify how to make adjustments and put in structure to ensure Quality First Teaching is delivered to pupils, particularly those on the autism spectrum.
Who this course is aimed at:
Any professionals who work with children with autism.
Professionals from the Early years or the Primary settings, although secondary and specialist settings will also benefit.
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