Understanding Autism: A Guide for Secondary School Teachers (Part 3)

Understanding Autism: A Guide for Secondary School Teachers (Part 3)

students with autism often find changes in their environment or daily routine difficult to manage a change in class schedule in a teacher’s instructions or peer interactions recall stress to be what frequently results is a student who’s already anxious becoming even more issues he’ll start to fidget he’ll start to rock he’ll start to…

What Makes Popular Kids Popular?

What Makes Popular Kids Popular?

So often in American high school movies, there’s a certain format when you think about the students, especially in those older films. The cliques, and the clichés, usually involve some alpha male who’s a bit of a jock. He’s handsome and tough, but usually gets his comeuppance. If there’s an alpha female, the school’s hottest…

Understanding Autism: A Guide for Secondary School Teachers (Part 4)

Understanding Autism: A Guide for Secondary School Teachers (Part 4)

well you do with your feet a Oh aye previous segments in this series have focused on defining the characteristics of autism creating successful learning environments for students on the autism spectrum and managing behavioral challenges that may arise in the classroom but secondary school teachers should know they’re not on their own there are…

Understanding Autism: A Guide for Secondary School Teachers (Part 1)

Understanding Autism: A Guide for Secondary School Teachers (Part 1)

ask people to describe a child with autism and you’re likely to get a stereotype Oh a child that’s non variable inside themselves cut off from the world who doesn’t understand language they don’t think the way to should think Rain Man everybody says Rain Man has difficulty communicating someone who’s severely intellectually disabled while…