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The autism lens : everything teachers need to connect with students, build confidence, and promote classroom learning / Kara Dymond.

By: Dymond, Kara
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Pembroke Publishers, 2020Description: 136 pages, 28 cmISBN: 9781551383477Subject(s): Childhood | School and learning | Resources for educators | Communication | Social skillsSummary: The Autism Lens helps teachers connect to students with autism and support them along their own unique trajectory. Bringing to life communication difficulties that impact socialization and learning, this book removes the guesswork by offering practical solutions to: foster inclusion -- build new skills and motivate -- problem-solve challenges -- develop strengths -- boost resilience -- nurture independence. Numerous easy-to-use, classroom-tested strategies are explored in this comprehensive resource. Woven throughout are stories about students to encourage teachers to see instruction from a student's point of view. From this perspective, teachers can gain trust and nudge students into the space where learning happens.
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The Autism Lens helps teachers connect to students with autism and support them along their own unique trajectory. Bringing to life communication difficulties that impact socialization and learning, this book removes the guesswork by offering practical solutions to:
foster inclusion -- build new skills and motivate -- problem-solve challenges -- develop strengths -- boost resilience -- nurture independence. Numerous easy-to-use, classroom-tested strategies are explored in this comprehensive resource. Woven throughout are stories about students to encourage teachers to see instruction from a student's point of view. From this perspective, teachers can gain trust and nudge students into the space where learning happens.