Strategies for Teaching College Students with Autism

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Free of charge
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Strategies for Teaching College Students with Autism

Dr Rhoda BernardElevate All Voices: An Introduction to Strategies for Teaching College Students with Autism with Dr Rhoda Bernard, Managing Director, Berklee Institute for Arts Education and Special Needs, Berklee College of Music, Boston.

The population of students with autism continues to grow at all levels of education. The collegiate level is no exception. All of us teach students with a wide range of learning schemes and challenges in our classes, studios, and ensembles. In this session you will be introduced to strategies that you can use right away to better reach every student you meet. Elevate the voices of all of your students with new tools that combine evidence-based practices from special education and time-tested, authentic pedagogical approaches in education. Learn how to differentiate your instruction and discover ways to adapt and modify your activities. Whatever sort of course setting you teach in, you will be surprised how easy it is to make simple changes to your pedagogy that can make it possible for all of your students to access the curriculum.

The event is free but places are limited.

Presented by the School of Arts Education & Movement, DCU Institute of Education.

Kindly supported by AsIAm and Student Support & Development DCU