The purpose of this paper is to describe and illustrate the use of the Engagement for Learning Framework developed through the Complex Learning Difficulties and Disabilities (CLDD) Research Project (2009-2011).
The importance of developing expertise in educators that support learners with autism in SEN and mainstream schools.
The applicability of a symbolic interactionist view of self-concept to children and young people with autism spectrum disorders.
This webinar discusses how a whole school approach to improving access, participation and achievement helps promote inclusion and prevents bullying of children with autism in mainstream schools.
This webinar gives an overview of PDA and discusses strategies and techniques that can help teachers and SENCOs to support people with the disorder in the classroom.
The Autism Champions Project aims to increase capacity within local schools by providing more in-depth knowledge of autism, combined with mentoring, to further develop inclusive provision within each setting.
This webinar discusses current research in neurodevelopment and how learning differences impact the development of social competence in people with autism spectrum disorders.
This webinar gives an overview of the PEERS programme, talking about why it was developed and how it is structured.
This webinar looks at the differences in how autism presents in girls, examining the potential reasons why girls with autism are not being identified and the problems they may encounter at school as a result.
This webinar helps you to gain a greater awareness of how the main differences in autism directly impact on the development of relationships.
This webinar helps you to better understand the difficulties people with autism have with social aspects of communication and learn how to adapt language and communication styles for children on the autism spectrum.
This webinar helps you to develop a better understanding of the evidence base for sensory differences in children with autism, as well as sensory systems and how they are affected.