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Setting up Classroom Spaces That Support Students With Autism

Title 2:
Spectrum Disorders
By:
Susan Kabot & Christine Reeve
Details:
Paperback
Year:
2010
Pages:
75
Size:
8.5" x 11"
ISBN:
9781934575680
Item Code:
SUCS
Price: $24.00
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With even the best curricula and interventions, students with autism spectrum disorders will not learn unless the classroom environment is organized with their specific needs in mind. This long-awaited book shows through clear and brief text and lots of photos how to determine what type of furniture and materials to choose for various types of classrooms and how to arrange them in a way that creates an effective learning environment while reducing anxiety and preventing problem behaviors. As such, it uses evidence-based practices of structure and visual supports to enhance the well-being and success of students. Examples are given for students across the age span with lots of lists and helpful resources, making this book a must-have resource for every classroom.

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