Unit Three: Strategies for Working with Students with Autism

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Strategies for Working With Students with Autism

In this unit, you will learn a variety of strategies to use when working with students with autism.

Unit Learning Objectives

After this unit, you will be able to:

  • List at least 10 strategies you can use when working with students with autism
  • Provide examples on how these strategies could be implemented in your classroom
  • Decide which strategies would be the most beneficial
  • Decide which strategies would be the hardest to implement

Unit Activities

1. Click on each link below to view tips and strategies for working with students with autism:

2. Create a poster that highlights atleast ten (10) strategies that could be used when working with students with autism.

  • On your poster, you must provide an example next to the strategy on how you would use this in your classroom. For example, if you chose "Maintain consistency" as a strategy, an example could be that you would provide each student with a daily schedule so they are aware of what their day entails
  • Feel free to use graphics and colors to make your poster visually stimulating!

When you are finished, please go to Unit Four: Creating a Lesson Plan

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