Teaching children with Autism

BY: The News Voice

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Teachers that work in classrooms of special needs like autism need to take some steps to make sure they help children learn, academically and socially.

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In the past decade there's been so much exposure and awareness of autism and its awareness. Here are some tips for classrooms with kids thriving with autism-

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Too many unexpected things like lights, posters can be distracting and makes it difficult to concentrate. Try to create a calm and relaxing environment.

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Teaching using pictures and models has more meaning than lengthy explanation.

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Give the students a schedule to follow so they would be less worried about what's next. If there are unpredictable changes that would be a great moment to teach how to handle changes.

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Many find it difficult to interpret the figurative language, make it a point to teach the hidden meaning behind certain terms.

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The hidden curriculum may be too hidden for some, certain things like analogies social skills and how others are affected by our behavior should be modeled.

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It's important to maintain patience, understanding and respect when you are working in classroom with any special learners.

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With the ever-growing population of children with Autism, it's important that both teachers and parents are aware of their needs

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