Autism and Early Childhood, Part 4 (4-Part Series) (Tri-State Webinar)
Audience: Educators, Other District/School Staff | Topic: Autism, Special Education | Hosted by: Office of Special Education
Autism and Early Childhood, Part 4 - Incorporating Play into the Natural Environment
Presenters: Lindy McDaniel M.S., Ed.
Originally aired April 28, 2016
Participants will learn:
- strategies for moving structured play into the natural environment using a variety of visual supports.
- ways to structure common play items to increase purposeful play.
- an understanding of how to incorporate peers and friendship skills into structured play opportunities.
- What structures can you put in place within your classroom to support active engagement and appropriate play?
- Think of one toy or activity in your classroom that you would like children to learn how to play with more appropriately. What visual supports, work systems, task boxes or environmental structures could you create to build success?
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Other Parts of this Training
- Autism and Early Childhood, Part 01
- Autism and Early Childhood, Part 02
- Autism and Early Childhood, Part 03
- Autism and Early Childhood, Part 04
Contact InformationAmanda Timmerman
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