Teaching Students with Autism: Successful Techniques for the Unique Learner
Recording Price: $199.00
(Includes Proprietary Materials)
Today more and more children are diagnosed under the Autism Spectrum. This has required an increased preparedness of training for all educators, not just Special Educators. What can you do to build a structured support system that accommodates your Autistic students in your classroom? Join us for this exclusive, 60-minute webinar and discover:
Evidence-based & real-life practices ready to be put into action
Special Education & 504 Plans- What to Expect in General Education
Policies & procedures for demonstrating positive behavior
Social inclusion strategies for Autistic students during class time
Establish support for your autistic students in & out of the classroom
*Bonus: Autism Awareness Month Training Exclusive
Understanding Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder: What They Need
Determine where your student falls under the spectrum: Levels I, II, & III
Effective resources and proven educational practices to get started
Ways to develop strong parent- teacher communication & engagement
Balancing Your Load: Ways to Engage Diverse Learners in an Inclusive Classroom
Helpful classroom management techniques for balancing diverse needs
Common learning pitfalls: How to maximize student learning potential
Peer mediators: Ways to promote effective classroom social interaction
Proven Techniques to Manage Autistic Students With Unique Learning Styles
Tips & tricks to help your autistic students succeed academically
Ways to incorporate positive behavior & healthy social skills during class
Techniques to support your autistic student in & out of the classroom
Live Q&A: Have Your Specific Questions Answered!
About The Speaker
Lezley Holmes, Licensed Educational Psychologist earned her BA from University of Nebraska- Lincoln in psychology in 1992. She earned her MS and PPS credentials from California State University, Sacramento in 1996. She earned her administrative credential in March, 2013.
Lezley has worked for the last seventeen years in public, private and charter schools. She has served as a district 504 coordinator, a counselor for special education students, and ran conflict management and social skills groups for elementary schools.
Her assessment and behavioral training experience ranges from students aged four to adult. She has extensive experience with children diagnosed with Asperger's Disorder, ADHD, ADD, and other anxiety based disorders. Lezley also worked at West Valley Community College in the Learning Disabilities Center to evaluate and assist students with accessing services in the college setting.
Lezley has served as a PENT representative where 200 psychologist in the state of California were chosen due to their behavioral specialties and expertise. She has also developed the Behavior Support Plans and procedures for an urban school district in Northern California.
She has a private practice in Folsom, California since 2001 where she concentrates on assessments of disabilities, gifted identification and behavioral strategies for schools and families.
This 60-minute webinar will provide you with necessary resources and approaches to build a structured support system, as well as proven classroom techniques, to accommodate Autistic students in the classroom.