Resources

Reproducibles: Make your life easier.

As seen in Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Mainstream Classroom: How to Reach and Teach Students With ASDs, here are some helpful full-size templates and full-color tools to help pave your way in the classroom. Click here to view and print reproducibles.

Teacher Tools: Find the right stuff.

This section provides links to websites that offer classroom tools and products that will help you adapt your classroom to the needs of students on the spectrum. Click here to start browsing.

Recommended Children’s Literature: Create an atmosphere of acceptance.

This section provides links to children’s books that are recommended for your classroom library because they celebrate differences or feature characters who have triumphed over adversity. Click here to find wonderful fiction and non-fiction choices, organized by grade level and topic.

Further Reading: Get more info on ASD.

Click here for essays, articles, and books by various authors.

Classroom Concepts: Want to know more?

This section provides topic information that is supplementary to Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Mainstream Classroom: How to Reach and Teach Students With ASDsClick here to read more about classroom concepts such as alternative interventions, parent perspectives on medication, and much more.

Spectrum Strategies: What else can you do?

This section offers strategies that are supplementary to Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Mainstream Classroom: How to Reach and Teach Students With ASDs. Click here to read more about supporting students’ sensory systems, incorporating classroom behavioral systems, and much more.

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