Teaching Students with Neurological Disorders (page: 3 of 13)

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  • Using KWL Strategies in Reading for Students with Autism
    Reading can be difficult for any student with reading deficiencies. For students with autism, poor comprehension skills and language delays, along with behavioral impairments, may compound the reading issue even more. Teachers can learn to use KWL strategies to support reading skills.
  • Learning Ways to Teach Children With Autism
    Many special education teachers who work with children with autism are searching for ways to make their classroom the most productive they can. Here we will take a look at special education teaching tips that will help make a classroom work better.
  • Four Ways to Encourage Social Activities in Children With Autism
    While making new friends or carrying on a conversation comes naturally to most kids, the autistic child finds the process difficult or even overwhelming. Teaching them how to handle social interactions gives them confidence and lowers their stress. Try this role-play model with your child.
  • Helping Preschoolers with Aspergers Improve Gross Motor
    Children with Aspergers Syndrome are often challenged with poor gross motor coordination skills. Preschoolers with Aspergers Syndrome may have difficulty with basic gross motor skills. These skills can be practiced in many ways. Here are some tips for facilitating gross motor development.
  • Children With Autism and Basic Living Skills: Nutrition, Safety, and Hygiene
    There are long-term skills autistic children need to learn like how to dress and groom, hold a job, or go to the grocery store. How well each child learns these skills depends on the severity of their condition, but most can learn. Here are some key things they need to know for daily life.
  • Self Determination for High School Students with Autism
    High school children with autism or other developmental disabilities may need a self-determination curriculum. When others have learned the ability and power of decision making, children who are isolated or have limited experiences need these skills taught directly.
  • Five Strategies to Help Autistic Preschoolers Improve Their Drawing Skills
    It’s a paradox — children with autism may have incredible abilities to draw accurate scenes from memory. However, drawing skills with autistic preschoolers may be impacted by decreased attention, motivation, tactile defensiveness, pencil control, cognitive and motor planning skills. How can this be?
  • A Social Guide for Students with Asperger’s Syndrome and Other Social Learning Issues
    Finally a social guide for students on the autism spectrum that is concrete, easy to read and fun. This guide spells out success for young adults with Asperger's Syndrome, non-verbal learning disabilities and other social learning issues.
  • Online Traumatic Brain Injury Advocacy: Information Is Power
    Help for families impacted by traumatic brain injuries is closer than ever, thanks to online resources. Knowledge enhances access to a variety of supportive sources, some of which are legally bound.
  • Traumatic Brain Injuries: Resourceful Education Websites
    Children with traumatic brain injuries require alternative approaches to teaching and learning. The more aware and informed people can be about the results of traumatic brain injuries, the better prepared they will be to be compassionate responders. Families dealing with TBI need not feel isolated.
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