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Brain Connection – Brain Connection includes an article, “Autism in the Classroom,” that offers tips and strategies for helping students with autism achieve their full potential.
Child-Parent-Autism-Cafe.Com – This website offers teachers practical tips and strategies on how to teach students with autism in inclusive classrooms.
Educating Children About Autism in an Inclusive Classroom (PDF) – This document identifies current teaching and parenting practices that address the educational challenges and individualized needs of children with autism spectrum disorders.
Life Journey Through Autism Educator’s Guide (PDF) – This is designed to give teachers and other education professionals an introduction to autism, autism characteristics, and some methods used in the teaching of students with autism.
Life Journey Through Autism Educator’s Guide to Asperger’s (PDF) – This addresses the specific needs to students with Asperger’s Syndrome in the classroom setting.
MES English – Recess Activities – MES-English is a resource for teachers of young learners. All resources are designed to be versatile and useful in K-6 classrooms. Free flashcards, such as recess flashcards, and other documents are available.
Paula Kluth, Ph.D. – Paula’s website is dedicated to promoting inclusive schooling and exploring positive ways of supporting students with autism and other disabilities.
UNC TEACCH Autism Program – The TEACCH Autism Program offers a list of recommendations for students with high functioning autism that covers such topics as use of schedules, adapting academic materials, developing social skills, and managing behavior