Educating students with autism spectrum disorders partnering with families for positive outcomes focuses on practical strategies for educating children with autism spectrum disorders in the classroomadditional features describe how to partner with families in the implementation of many of the strategies giving voice to parents based on recent quantitative and qualitative research. Previously there were separate diagnoses for autism disorder aspergers syndrome and other pervasive developmental disorders says clarissa willis associate professor of teacher education at the university of southern indiana and author of teaching young children with autism spectrum disorder. I am currently teaching a practicum where my students who are actually teachers getting their masters degree in special education are teaching students with special needs some of these teachers are encountering students with autism for the first time and have felt some anxiety about this so they asked for some ideas and strategies to help them in the classroom. Guidelines for educating students with autism spectrum disorders v october 2010 user guide introduction and purpose of the guidelines students with autism spectrum disorder asd provide unique challenges and opportunities for educators1 with appropriate interventions students with asd can progress along developmental levels . Ii teaching students with autism spectrum disorders 2003 calberta learning alberta canada alberta learning gratefully acknowledges the british columbia ministry of education and saskatchewan education for providing the text of the document teaching students with autism a guide for educators as a starting point for this resource
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