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22 Tips for Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

22 Tips for Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders | Education | Scoop.it
I am currently teaching a practicum where my students (who are actually teachers getting their master’s degree in special education) are teaching students with special needs.

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Nichelle Plivelic's comment, March 5, 2014 7:43 AM
It might be necessary to make sure peers understand the child to avoid any teasing during free time.
Nichelle Plivelic's comment, March 5, 2014 7:44 AM
You can try to let the child out of any activities they won't like, such as certain games.
Nichelle Plivelic's comment, March 5, 2014 7:46 AM
You can allow "some access to obsessive behavior as a reward for positive efforts."
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[ENOUGH]
Failing Special Education

[ENOUGH]<br/>Failing Special Education | Education | Scoop.it
It was the middle of my first and only year teaching Special Education at one of the lowest performing public high schools in the notoriously high poverty, crime-infested Garfield Park neighborhood… (Special Education.

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Co-Teaching Model for Special Education

The Co-Teaching Model Special Education graduate demonstrates the benefits of collaborative classrooms for special needs children and for teachers.youtube.com...

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SpedApps2

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Apps for Special Education


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Steven Blomdale's curator insight, February 28, 2013 1:50 AM

The following website presents various applications to assists students in a variety of learning areas. These areas include literacy, numeracy, fine and gross motor skills, sequencing and speech.

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Horse Therapy Helps Kids With Autism Get in Step

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Two studies indicate that therapeutic horseback riding aids kids with autism in improving their behavior, learning, and motor skills.

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Selective Mutism Group ~ Childhood Anxiety Network — Selective Mutism Group

Do you know a child who can talk freely at home but appears frozen in other settings like at school or out in public?
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The cat that gave a boy his voice back

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Eight-year-old Lorcan Dillon has selective mutism, which makes it hard for him to talk.

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How do you tell the difference between Asperger's and selective mutism? | Child Mind Institute

How do you tell the difference between Asperger's and selective mutism? | Child Mind Institute | Education | Scoop.it
Young children who are painfully shy and reluctant to speak are often misdiagnosed, especially when they are observed only in school or a clinician's office. (How do you tell the difference between #Asperger's and selective mutism?

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Home Page : SEN Teacher ~ Free teaching resources for Special Needs.

Home Page : SEN Teacher ~ Free teaching resources for Special Needs. | Education | Scoop.it

SEN Teacher has free worksheets, teaching resources, educational software and links for special needs teachers.


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5 Myths About Teaching Learners With Special Educational Needs

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Marie Delaney is a teacher, trainer, educational psychotherapist and author of ‘Teaching the Unteachable’ (Worth). She has worked extensively with pupils with Special Educational Needs and trains t...

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Assessments and Special Education

Assessments and Special Education

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Therapeutic Horseback Riding

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Physical benefits include whole-body strengthening, motor endurance, and stretching of tight muscles.

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The children who choose to stay silent: The sad and surprisingly common plight of youngsters with selective mutism

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Selective Mutism Foundation

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Selective Mutism Foundation, Inc. is the Voice of Experience. Since 1991, a non profit dedicated to a childhood anxiety disorder, Selective Mutism.
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Selective Mutism and Shyness - Children with Special Needs

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Children who speak at home but don´t feel comfortable talking at school or in other social situations may have a condition known as selective mutism.

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