Attn: Teachers, Professionals and Parents who
have a child with autism that is in (or should be in!) an Inclusive Classroom!
Discover Everything You Need to Know About Inclusive Programming for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders! Uncover the Pitfalls, Challenges and Path to Success.
Here's an Overview of What You Will Learn:
• Quality Indicators for Inclusion Programs
• Assessing the student, classroom, teacher
• Data collection, Collaboration and preventing adversarial encounters
• Positive Behavior Programs for Inclusion Programs
• Functional analysis pyramid
• Motivational assessment Individual behavior plans – examples
• Strategies for Embedding Social Skills
• Peer Programming
• Social skills assessment
• Social skills curricula
• Considerations for elementary, middle, high school
• Inclusion Strategies for Modifying Academics
• Teaching Strategies, Transition Issues
• Encountering and eliminating bullying and teasing
• Discipline Measures
...and much more!
This special 4 DVD presentation presented by Sheila Wagner, M.Ed. will examine the process of behavior analysis for teachers that have students with autism spectrum in general education classes. This setting poses challenges that must be considered in light of this disability, zero tolerance and student needs. Too often, inconsistent behavior plans leave students and teachers confused as to why behaviors return. This lecture will identify the key components for analyzing the inappropriate behaviors and identify ways to improve student performance, increasing the likelihood for inclusion.
This session will also examine many examples of behavior plans that have proven successful for students with ASD in inclusive classrooms, from elementary to high school. In addition, this session will be interactive, with problem-solving behaviors solicited from the participants.
|DVD1: Quality Indicators for Inclusion Programs
Assisting parents and teachers in building successful inclusion programs.
This DVD will allow parents and school systems to measure the quality of the student's inclusion program and problem solve areas of weakness. Among the areas discussed are physical environment, classroom management, social programming, behavior plans and teaching strategies.
Quality Indicators for Inclusion Programs
-Assessing the student, classroom, teacher, school
-Collaboration and preventing adversarial encounters
-Global Analysis of physical environment
|DVD2: Positive Behavior Programs for Inclusion Programs
Solving Behavior Challenges in Inclusive Classrooms – Functional Analysis with a Twist!
This DVD will pull apart the functional analysis of problem behaviors from the general education viewpoint. This discussion will start at the beginning of the process and challenge teachers and parents to view this process from a different angle and build a pyramid of success.
Positive Behavior Programs for Inclusion Programs
-Functional analysis pyramid
-Individual behavior plans – examples
|DVD3: Inclusion Strategies for Embedding Social Skills
Accessing the full benefits from the general education placement.
This DVD will discuss ways to social include students with ASD in general education classes. Topics covered include social assessment, peer programs, direct and incidental instruction in social skills.
Strategies for Embedding Social Skills
-Strategies for Peer Programming
-Social skills assessment
-Social skills curricula
-Considerations for elementary, middle, high school
|DVD4: Teaching Strategies for Inclusion Strategies
Finding the answers and solving the puzzle.
This DVD will discuss the myriad teaching techniques that are used with students with ASD to assist them in progressing in the highly-charged academic classrooms. Other topics covered include the twice-exceptional students and anti-bullying tactics.
Inclusion Strategies for:
-Encountering and eliminating bullying and teasing
-The "Top 7"
-Additional topics as time allows
SHEILA WAGNER, M.ED.
Sheila Wagner has been in the field of autism for almost 30 years, first as a special education teacher, then a demonstration teacher in a research based program in Indiana. After a move to Atlanta, Ms. Wagner has since worked as a University based autism specialist, consultant and teacher trainer throughout Georgia and the nation.
She is also the project director for a multi-county Inclusion Project, affecting well over 600 students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, and is a long-term member of a prominent diagnostic team.
Ms. Wagner received her undergraduate degree in education from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, and her graduate degree in special education from Georgia State University.
Ms. Wagner's first and third book, Inclusive Programming for Students with Autism, won the ASA literary Award for 2000 and 2010. She also authored the pamphlet Understanding Asperger's: Fast Facts and is a contributor to Asperger's and Girls.
Most recently she was chosen as one of the two experts writing companion articles for NBC.com for their popular television program, Parenthood which is now in its 3rd Season.
Sheila Wagner is the author of several highly acclaimed books published through Future Horizons, Inc [www.fhautism.com] based in Dallas Texas.
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