This brand new edition of Accessing the Curriculum for Learners with Autistic Spectrum Disorders will provide educators with the principles and practices of Structured Teaching and how to apply these to enable learners to access the curriculum, whatever that curriculum may be.
This unique resource is intended to be essential reading for schools and settings who are keen to implement Structured Teaching as an approach to including learners on the autism spectrum in teaching and learning. With a wide range of helpful advice and support, this book:
This new edition is fully updated to include examples of new technologies and is suitable for use in a range of international educational contexts. It also includes a brand new chapter on blending Structured Teaching.
Preface 1. Overview of the Autism Spectrum 2. Structured Teaching as a foundation for educational programmes 3. Challenges to curriculum access for learners with autism spectrum disorders 4. Physical structure: making sense out of the classroom 5. Visual schedules: what’s going on? 6. Work systems: getting organised 7. Visual information: adding meaning 8. Tying it all together 9. Increasing Curriculum Access by Blending Structured Teaching with other Strategies Bibliography Index