Video Lecture on Supporting Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder in English Language Arts (ELA)
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Please check out this video lecture on ASD Sensory Needs! I recorded this for a class I teach on foundations of autism and want to share it.
Thank you for your support for students with ASD!
When we look at high quality interventions for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), we want to learn the foundational SIX EBPs first! When teachers are able to intervene and use strategies with fidelity, students have better outcomes!
This is one of my new lectures that I am posting here. I hope to empower and teach new teachers and parents.
I would love to hear how you are able to incorporate these foundational interventions into your work with students!
The video lecture linked below has some of the answers to these questions… The intended audience is general education pre-service or inservice teachers and anyone interested in learning more about ASD! Thank you for your commitment to being an inclusive educator and supportive advocate for students with ASD.
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) should be the bedrock and foundation in which we design any distance learning curriculum. I teach in higher education and encourage my future teachers to become flexible educators who use UDL strategies whenever possible!
UDL strategies can be used for all students in your class to minimize barriers and maximize learning opportunities. I would love for you to watch this video lecture which describes UDL in more depth.
I highly recommend you listen to some of the prerecorded webinars from OCALI about UDL here…https://www.ocali.org/center/udl.
My college students who are going to become general education teachers often ask me “how do you handle autism meltdowns?”
I have given my top 10 suggestions for handling them which entail preventative strategies to start with!
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The links for the free resources mentioned in the video are here:
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/ASD-Sensory-accommodationssupports-tracker-4994260 ASD sensory support tracker and https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/ASD-Sensory-accommodationssupports-tracker-4994260
You can find the resource here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Autism-Spectrum-Disorder-ASD-Sensory-accommodationssupports-tracker-4994260
*Ensure you have consulted with the student’s Occupational Therapist (OT) and case manager for specific sensory supports. This resource is a general list of suggestions to try. This resource is not intended to replace expert advice from specialist who know the student.
This countdown visual is an example of how a visual can show the learner exactly how many items or tasks needs to be completed. Countdown visual supports can be used for any multi-step task.
Visual Support is one of the 27 Evidence Based Practices identified by the The National Professional Development Center for Autism Spectrum Disorder (NPCASD). https://autismpdc.fpg.unc.edu/national-professional-development-center-autism-spectrum-disorder
He had five pages to complete so we started with all 5 tabs open.
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