- By Rebecca A. Moyes

Addressing the Challenging Behavior of Children with High-Functioning Autism/Asperger Syndrome in the Classroom: A Guide for Teachers and Parents

  • Title: Addressing the Challenging Behavior of Children with High-Functioning Autism/Asperger Syndrome in the Classroom: A Guide for Teachers and Parents
  • Author: Rebecca A. Moyes
  • ISBN: 9781843107194
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Paperback
  • Addressing the Challenging Behavior of Children with High Functioning Autism Asperger Syndrome in the Classroom A Guide for Teachers and Parents How do teachers and parents of children with autism address a child s social skills And what do they do about problem behaviors This book provides possible explanations for these behaviours and a wea

    How do teachers and parents of children with autism address a child s social skills And what do they do about problem behaviors This book provides possible explanations for these behaviours, and a wealth of practical help for both teachers and parents to address them Teachers learn how to create environmental supports and how to incorporate specific teaching strategies.How do teachers and parents of children with autism address a child s social skills And what do they do about problem behaviors This book provides possible explanations for these behaviours, and a wealth of practical help for both teachers and parents to address them Teachers learn how to create environmental supports and how to incorporate specific teaching strategies Students with autism learn the new skills they might need, and ways of making their behavior acceptable This book is full of practical tips on how to tackle different kinds of challenging behaviors both in the classroom and outside it.

    1 thought on “Addressing the Challenging Behavior of Children with High-Functioning Autism/Asperger Syndrome in the Classroom: A Guide for Teachers and Parents

    1. This book was an overview of how to go about writing a Behavior Support Plan (a component of an IEP) for a student on the spectrum, which is not what I was expecting. There was a good discussion of each step in the process, but there wasn't much that I hadn't already known as a first-year special education teacher. Still, I may use this book as a reference when writing BSPs. I imagine that this would be an excellent book for parents who are navigating the special education system. One thing that [...]

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