Autism and the Behaviors That We See

Event Date

Tuesday July 10th 8:30 - 11:30 at IMESD Pendleton

Presented by Kristine Hudson-Bonniot, Autism Consultant

In this session participants will gain an understanding of what it means to have ASD: behavioral characteristics, thinking/learning style and communication/social challenges. Understanding the condition can help participants to monitor how their teaching style matches up with the learning style of their student(s) with ASD.

We will cover the Behaviors that are typically associated with ASD more in-depth. How can these Behaviors pose challenges in mainstream settings. An overview of why students may be engaging in these behaviors, and a variety of behavior management strategies that are often successful for these unique learners will be provided.

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These sessions are a part of IMESD Summer Series - If you'd like to see all the offerings in one place and information about PDUs and opportunity for EOU Credit, please visit the Summer Series Website