Friday 24 July 20209:00 - 15:30Add to calendar
Hume Global Learning Centre, 1093 Pascoe Vale Road, Broadmeadows, VICView map
|Trainer||Dr Anna Bortoli (AUS)|
|Includes||Catering, handbook and certificate|
|APST Standards||1.2, 1.5, 1.6, 2.1, 3.3, 3.4, 4.1|
Strategies for Students with ASD
Independence can open the door to a range of learning and social opportunities, which is why parents and teachers consider it an important area to develop for the learner with ASD. Achieving a level of independence is possible by adopting teaching approaches which focus on the ASD learning style. Such an approach is the TEACCH® framework. In this one-day workshop you will be introduced to the principles of TEACCH® and the elements that support their learning style. The elements of TEACCH® include the physical structure, work systems, visual structure and visual schedules. Through scenarios and hands-on activities, you will learn to apply these elements and reflect on their application to learners that you currently work with.
- Learning Style of ASD
- Independence: what it looks like
- Physical Structure
- Visual structure such as - schedules and work systems
Who should attend:
Mainstream Primary Teachers, Teachers from Special Schools, Early Childhood Teachers and Educational Support Staff Teachers, Learning Support Officers and Learning Enhancement Specialists.
Note: Please bring a digital or hard copy photo/s of your classroom (ensure that there are no students in the photo).
Dr Anna Bortoli is the founder of Learning Visually. She is a special education and autism consultant and sessional lecturer with LaTrobe University. She has extensive experience working with mainstream and specialist schools in ASD, ADHD, complex behaviour, Executive Skills, Curriculum and ILPs. Having undergone training through Division TEACCH® University of North Carolina, she is TEACCH® Certified Advanced Consultant enabling her to implement Structured Teaching in schools and the home. Anna is committed to the professional growth of practitioners in the field of special education.