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This work is a guidebook for including students with autism in both primary and secondary school classrooms. Including first-person accounts that give readers insight into the experience of having autism, it shows educators how to adapt their classrooms to support student participation in classwork, school routines, and social activities. It combines relevant research with This work is a guidebook for including students with autism in both primary and secondary school classrooms. Including first-person accounts that give readers insight into the experience of having autism, it shows educators how to adapt their classrooms to support student participation in classwork, school routines, and social activities. It combines relevant research with lessons learned from the author's teaching experience to give readers specific, creative ideas for: understanding the attitudes, values and actions hat support inclusive schooling; connecting, communicating, and collaborating effectively with families; enhancing literacy by adapting reading materials, using visuals, and tapping in to student interests; planning challenging, multidimensional lessons that encourage all students to participate and help students reach their individual goals; support student behaviour in sensitive, positive ways; fostering friendships and social relationships between students with and without autism; and adapting the physical environment for students with autism who may have heightened sensitivity to factors like temperature, sounds, and smells.


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This work is a guidebook for including students with autism in both primary and secondary school classrooms. Including first-person accounts that give readers insight into the experience of having autism, it shows educators how to adapt their classrooms to support student participation in classwork, school routines, and social activities. It combines relevant research with This work is a guidebook for including students with autism in both primary and secondary school classrooms. Including first-person accounts that give readers insight into the experience of having autism, it shows educators how to adapt their classrooms to support student participation in classwork, school routines, and social activities. It combines relevant research with lessons learned from the author's teaching experience to give readers specific, creative ideas for: understanding the attitudes, values and actions hat support inclusive schooling; connecting, communicating, and collaborating effectively with families; enhancing literacy by adapting reading materials, using visuals, and tapping in to student interests; planning challenging, multidimensional lessons that encourage all students to participate and help students reach their individual goals; support student behaviour in sensitive, positive ways; fostering friendships and social relationships between students with and without autism; and adapting the physical environment for students with autism who may have heightened sensitivity to factors like temperature, sounds, and smells.

30 review for You're Going to Love This Kid!: Teaching Children with Autism in the Inclusive Classroom

  1. 5 out of 5

    g BRETT

    Incredible book. The first chapter alone, a description of autism unlike any you will find in most non-fiction books about autism and teaching autistic children, is worth the price of the book. (I'll be writing some more on that chapter on my blog in the days to come.) I'm not an educator myself, but found much that I could use as a parent to help my school system create a more inclusive program. Although the book focuses on inclusion of autistic children in schools, the best thing about the book Incredible book. The first chapter alone, a description of autism unlike any you will find in most non-fiction books about autism and teaching autistic children, is worth the price of the book. (I'll be writing some more on that chapter on my blog in the days to come.) I'm not an educator myself, but found much that I could use as a parent to help my school system create a more inclusive program. Although the book focuses on inclusion of autistic children in schools, the best thing about the book is that it serves as a way to include ALL students. A while back on my blog I asked the question, "Why doesn't every child have an IEP?" Some might say that is just not possible, or necessary. This book explains how to have a program in which every child can have an individual educational experience and, more importantly, why it should be this way. The copy I read came from my local public library, but I'm placing an order on Amazon for it as soon as I finish here. I see this being a very handy reference for the future, and all the questions - and negativity - I get about autism and education in a mainstream environment.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ellon

    *I didn't read this cover to cover but I read most of the chapters * This was a decent teaching book. A lot of the information presented was kind of common knowledge but I did appreciate the excerpts from people who have ASD. It give a nice addition to the book. I also think that a lot of the strategies would be useful for all students, not just students with Autism. As teaching books go, this one was pretty good. *I didn't read this cover to cover but I read most of the chapters * This was a decent teaching book. A lot of the information presented was kind of common knowledge but I did appreciate the excerpts from people who have ASD. It give a nice addition to the book. I also think that a lot of the strategies would be useful for all students, not just students with Autism. As teaching books go, this one was pretty good.

  3. 4 out of 5

    T

    Excited to read this book. Though written with a child on the autism spectrum, I've heard it applies to kids with various Dxes. Excited to read this book. Though written with a child on the autism spectrum, I've heard it applies to kids with various Dxes.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    So many great ideas! Hooray for universal education!

  5. 5 out of 5

    K D

    Want to read

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    I knew most of the strategies already and the strategies are useful for all students, not just students with autism. In all honesty, I didn't really learn that much from this textbook. I knew most of the strategies already and the strategies are useful for all students, not just students with autism. In all honesty, I didn't really learn that much from this textbook.

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    Ana

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    Lauren Jarvis

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    Cristin Grenier

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    Leila

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    Heather

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    Lauran Ziegler

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    Lisa

  18. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Osborn

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tami R

  20. 4 out of 5

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  21. 4 out of 5

    Kristi

    I heart Paula Kluth. Every teacher on our road will have this book in their hands.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jacob Probst

  23. 5 out of 5

    Erin Brauer

  24. 5 out of 5

    Anna

  25. 4 out of 5

    Katie

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    Carrie Copley

  27. 5 out of 5

    Claudia

  28. 5 out of 5

    Mickey

  29. 4 out of 5

    Samar

  30. 5 out of 5

    Micah Sparrow

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