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Vocal outbursts. Throwing objects. Meltdowns.
If you work with students with autism, you may know that many don’t have formal and effective systems of communication. In the absence of this essential skill, disruptive behavior may serve as a substitute. This may mean that more of your time is spent managing behavior than instruction.
In this webinar, Mo Buti, M.Ed-BD, M.Ed-Admin and Ashley Larisey, SLP, share several powerful strategies that increase appropriate communication and positive behaviors for learners with autism, including:
- Using project-based learning activities to spark communication exchanges through research, collaboration, and information-sharing.
- Inspiring authentic communication during shared reading through age-respectful, leveled graphic novels.
- Incorporating communication options that can help students with ASD “show what they know.”