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The Secret Language of Autism Behavior: How To Decode and Understand What Your Student Needs
Wednesday February 17, 2016 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST
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Behavior! As teachers, you have to deal with a variety of student behaviors on a daily basis. You can have the perfect lesson plans, great organization, and even the best resources, but if you have one or more behavior issues in your classroom; the classroom’s entire rhythm can be thrown into disarray.
Children with autism especially have challenging behaviors that can be perplexing and confusing. Understanding these behaviors and being able to decode what your students need are vital skills for any teacher.
Topics explored in this webinar will include:
- Behavior and what does it mean?
- Behavior as the clue to what your student needs
- Meltdowns: Are they behavioral or sensory?
- Strategies for decoding behavior and providing a more harmonious environment
Karina Barley, an Autism Consultant from Project Autism & Digital Learning Tree, spoke about this important issue during an interactive and interesting session. This webinar recording is appropriate for K-12 Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Teacher Assistants and parents.
Karina Barley (M.Ed.) is an internationally recognized educational consultant specializing in the needs of children with autism and their families. She has over 25 years of expertise as an educator, private one-on-one consultant, course developer and educational technology specialist. Karen is especially successful connecting with children who have autism and creating behavioral, sensory and educational strategies that help them reach their full potential. Using new and existing approaches Karina integrates her pioneering work with iPad technology to create differentiated educational programs where children with autism can consistently experience success while learning.
Ms. Barley is an accomplished and engaging, sought after public speaker and teacher trainer. She has shared her significant insights and knowledge on such subjects as, Technology in Education, Technology and Autism, Autism Awareness, 21st Century Learning, Technology and Curriculum Development and other subjects in the United States, Australia and as a keynote guest speaker for international conferences. She was recently employed by Monash University in Australia as a lecturer and tutor on inclusive and special education.
Monarch Center for Autism, a division of Bellefaire JCB, is located in Cleveland, Ohio. Monarch offers a comprehensive array of programs and services for individuals ages three through adulthood with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Highlights, which incorporate Monarch’s visual language treatment model, include a preschool; day school for children, adolescents & young adults; transition education program; summer & extended school year programs; therapeutic residential treatment program; adult vocational & supported living programs; and community training.
STAR Autism Support (SAS) provides curriculum materials, workshops and training to school and agency staff who work with students with autism. Our mission is to help others successfully implement research-based applied behavior analysis (ABA) techniques. We want every child with autism to receive effective instruction!
VizZle provides a library of more than 14,000 lessons and the tools and media to customize them or create your own from scratch. The lessons can be tailored to any grade level, assigned to any student, and played on iPad or Android tablets, laptop or desktop computers. Data is tracked automatically. This award-winning software is developed collaboratively with educators.