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Good autism practice for teachers : embracing neurodiversity and supporting inclusion

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Find out more about inclusive teaching with Good Autism Practice for Teachers, a well-regarded guide that equips educators with practical, evidence-informed strategies to support neurodivergent learners.

Whether you're a seasoned teacher or a trainee, including SENCOs, this book is your key to transforming your classroom. Explore the theory around autism, delving into topics such as;procedural /semantic memory,executive functioning,expressive/receptive language,sensory integration,behaviour as communication, andthe importance of emotional literacy, co-regulation and resilience. Packed with plenty of actionable advice you can incorporate into your everyday teaching, and high-quality strategies designed to foster positive relationships, enhance teaching and optimise learning outcomes. Good Autism Practice for Teachers isn't about prescribing one-size-fits-all solutions; it's about empowering you to make informed decisions tailored to your unique class and students. Karen Watson, an expert in inclusive education, shares the latest research and insights, allowing you to develop your professional judgment. The book moves away from labels and champions good inclusion practice, a spectrum of needs in both mainstream primary and secondary education.

Get ready to create an inclusive classroom that celebrates diversity and brings out the best in every student.

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Critical Publishing Ltd
1914171470 / 9781914171475
United Kingdom
176 pages
25 cm