Behavioural Triggers and ASD

DESCRIPTION

The educational environment can pose many challenges for children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder as they learn to cope with the changing elements of the environment.

This webinar will:

– Discuss the challenges of diagnosis

– Identification of possible triggers for behaviour

– Offer strategies to create a supportive environment

AITSL requirements met:
1.2 Understand how learners learn
1.5 Differentiate teaching to meet the specific learning needs of learners across the full range of abilities
3.3 Use teaching strategies

This webinar has been designed for educators to successfully support students with ASD through the identification of triggers and provision of strategies to pre-empt behavioural incidents.

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DATE AND TIME

Thu, 1 October 2020
4:30 pm-5:30 pm AEST
2020-10-01 4:30 pm 2020-10-01 5:30 pm Australia/Melbourne Behavioural Triggers and ASD

The educational environment can pose many challenges for children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder as they learn to cope with the changing elements of the environment.

This webinar will:

– Discuss the challenges of diagnosis

– Identification of possible triggers for behaviour

– Offer strategies to create a supportive environment

PRESENTER

Our program facilitator Gail Preston has over 30 years’ experience in special education as a classroom teacher, specialist teacher, principal, academic and educational consultant. Gail has spoken at local, national and international conferences on various topics within the special education and inclusive practice fields.

REFUND POLICY

No Refunds

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