For many students with autism or with other complex sensory, communication and learning needs, systematic and direct instruction is the primary way in which they most easily acquire new learning and skills. It’s also the best way they can learn to generalize those skills. In this workshop you will learn how to use discrete trial instruction to more effectively be with and teach the children in your classroom/therapy sessions. You will learn how to use this important teaching technology in a way that respects relationship, in a way that takes into account the strengths and interests of the learners, in a way that addresses the instruction of meaningful skill and skill sets, in a way that supports and teaches generalization, and in a way that is fun for everyone involved. Bring IEPs, materials and at least 1 game for students you support.
Lunch will be provided during this session.
Presented by Nan Negri & Mike Shoultz