Supporting Children with Autism in Mainstream Schools

Supporting Children with Autism in Mainstream Schools

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It is increasingly common for children with autism to attend mainstream schools. In this book, the authors use their expertise and considerable experience of working with and observing pupils with autism to exemplify the challenges faced in the classroom. Most importantly, they suggest practical strategies for successfully meeting pupil's learning needs. The case studies bring to life the everyday concerns of young people, their parents and teachers, and provide different contexts for the demonstration of good practice.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 80 pages
  • 208 x 292 x 8mm | 281.23g
  • Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • Questions Publishing Co Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1841900559
  • 9781841900551
  • 810,978

About Diana Seach

Diana Seach has taught children with autism for 15 years. She now works as a senior lecturer in early-years education. Michele Lloyd is a post-doctoral research assistant. She has been involved in several major research projects and writes on a range of educational topics. Miranda Preston is a senior lecturer in special educational needs. She is also the head of a Special Educational Needs Research and Development Centre.

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Table of contents

Introduction; 1. Teaching and Learning Implications; 2. Strategies for Supporting Pupils in the Classroom - A Child-centred Approach - A Whole-school Approach; 3. Case Studies; Conclusion; References

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