TEACCH'S FIVE-DAY HANDS ON DEMONSTRATION CLASSROOM TRAINING - Summer 2013

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This five-day hands-on course provides a theoretical foundation as well as hands-on opportunities to assess and teach children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)  in a classroom setting. The premise of this foundation is an understanding of the learning styles of students with ASD and the development of individualized structure. An emphasis is placed on the use of Structured TEACCHing principles to teach students with ASD skills in the areas of academics (literacy and numeracy), communication, independence, social, leisure, relaxation and coping strategies as well as behavior management.

Participants will have an opportunity to apply these strategies with students of varying functioning levels in a classroom setting as well as in the community. This course is designed for teachers, psychologists, speech and language therapists, as well as other clinicians interested in educating students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Continuing Education Units (CEU's) are available upon completion of course.

-- OFFERING TWO AGE GROUPS --

PRESCHOOL THROUGH SECOND GRADE

(3-8 years of age)

THREE, ONE-WEEK SESSIONS

LOCATION: Center for School Leadership Development Chapel Hill

WEEKS: July 8-12 | July 15-19 | July 22-26

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ELEMENTARY AND ADOLESCENCE

(8-21 years of age)

FOUR, ONE-WEEK SESSIONS

LOCATION: Sheraton Hotel Chapel Hill

WEEKS: July  8 - 12 | July 15 - 19

July 22 - 26 | July 29 - Aug. 2

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