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Colorado Department of Education Professional Development - Including Students with ASD in Specialist Classrooms (Tri-State Webinar)

Including Students with ASD in Specialist Classrooms (Tri-State Webinar)

Audience: Educators, Other District/School Staff | Topic: Autism, Special Education | Hosted by: Office of Special Education

On-Demand format. Including Students with ASD in Specialist Classrooms (Tri-State Webinar)
On-Demand format

Presenters:  Katie Wells
Originally aired January 14, 2015

 

Learner Objectives

The learner will be able to describe:

  • Be able to identify key deficit areas for students with autism
  • Understand how autism can effect student learning and behavior in specialist classes
  • Identify strategies to support students with autism in various specialist classes
  • Understand the importance of reinforcement and motivation in students with ASD

Study Questions

After watching the webinar in the section called View the Webinar (upper left-side), please email Annette Wragge your responses to the 3 questions below to receive your certificate.  Annette's email is awragge2@unl.edu

  1. Discuss 3 different ways that autism can affect learning and behavior in special classes.
  2. List 3 supports that can be put in place to effectively support students with ASD in classes such as PE, art, music, and/or computer.
  3. Why is reinforcement important for students with autism?

 

Contact Information

Janet Zimmermann
zimmermann_j@cde.state.co.us
303-866-6644

Certificate

Upon receipt of completed study questions you will receive a certificate for .75 hours

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