FROM A STUDENTS PERSPECTIVE (FOR TEACHERS)
Provides teachers a clearer understanding about challenges autistic students navigates within the classroom.
- To understand challenges autistic students, face within the learning environment.
- To develop an understanding from the perspective of an autistic student
- Identify strategies that benefit the class as a whole
- Understanding different processing systems
- Develop the ability to recognise the difference between a meltdown vs tantrum
- To identify and understand autistic emotions and anxiety
- To explore the idea of ‘Connecting Students with Common Interests
This is a 90 minute workshop with additional 15-minute Q & A at end
EMBRACING YOUR AUTHENTIC SELF (FOR STUDENTS)
Provides young autistics tips on how to advocate for themselves and communicate their needs clearly.
Provides students with a clearer understanding on challenges that teachers navigate within the classroom
- To identify strengths and challenges
- Start to develop an understanding of learning styles
- To identify what is difficult, why is it difficult , think
of a strategy and how to implement the strategy, to overcome the difficulty.
- Start to Identify support needs
- How to communicate support needs to teachers clearly and
This is a 45-minute workshop with additional 15-minute Q & A at end
Please email her via the contact page HERE with your needs, and Summer will get back to you with a quote.
PRESENTING FROM AN AUTISTIC STUDENTS PERSPECTIVE
I delivered three workshops at Aldridge State High School.
From the Perspective of an Autistic Student.
Empowering students to identify how they learn best , their support needs, how to advocate and negotiate supports.
To give teaching staff insight and understanding from an autistic students perspective.
I also shared some strategies, that would have helped me if I was still accessing mainstream school.
‘What Works For Me’
Is an A4 size card, with important information to help communicate learning and emotional support needs while at school.
It also has a section where the student has negotiated modifications.
Presenting is amazing though it takes a few days for me to recover.
I received positive feedback from both staff and students.
I loved every minute of it.