How to tailor teaching for students with autism

04/25/2013 | eSchool News (free registration)

Students with autism can require special guidance to help them achieve success in school, writes teacher and behavior analyst Heather Patin. She offers six strategies for educators, including using a visual schedule, keeping classroom routines consistent and celebrating students' small accomplishments.

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