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Half-Day Workshop

Seminar: Special Ways and Techniques (SWAT) for Achieving Meaningful Inclusion in Education for People with Autism

With greater attention paid to differences in learning styles and social interaction, “regular” education becomes more accessible to a greater diversity of students to the benefit of all involved and society as a whole as participants will learn that strategies learned in this course are actually extensions of good teaching practice. Inclusion in society is not an afterthought but rather a right of all humans regardless of ability.

Dates:14 Mar 2023 (Tue)
Time:8:30am - 12:30pm (Singapore Standard Time GMT+0800)
Venue:Live Online Training
Speaker: Stephen Shore
Diagnosed with "Atypical Development and strong autistic tendencies" and recommended for institutionalization, Dr. Shore is now an Adelphi University professor of Special Education and internationally renowned for education, publications, and consulting. A board member of Autism Speaks, president emeritus of the Asperger/Autism Network, and former board member of the Autism Society, Dr. Shore serves on the boards of numerous related organizations.
Course Objectives

This training examines the development and use of educational accommodations as extensions of good teaching practice. For example, a student with special needs in a regular education choral class who is unable to stand still and sing can be afforded another way of meaningfully participating in the choir performance. Attendees will come away with easy to implement, practical solutions for including children with autism and other special needs into the regular education experience.

  1. Learning characteristics of autism as applied to education – from an inside viewpoint
  2. Developing socially inclusive strategies
  3. Implementing what was learned through case studies
Course Objectives

Participants shall be able to...

  1. Understand the difference between a curriculum modification and an accommodation and their appropriate usage.
  2. Gain knowledge of customizing modifications and accommodations to fit individual needs for differentiated instruction.
  3. Develop insights on educating students by employing their strengths.
Who Can Benefit?

This course is suitable for special and regular education teachers, paraprofessionals, school administrators, speech, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, and others in allied fields supporting students on the autism spectrum.

Course Fees & Closing Dates
Registration Type Closing Date Fees (S$) /pax
31 Jan 2023 180
Normal Till Full 220