This colloquium and guided discussion will be led by Kaley Adams, M.Ed. BCBA and Michelle Giler, M.Ed., DESE Doctoral Students.
Early skill development sets the stage for a student’s academic future. Strong early literacy and numeracy competence are predictors of subsequent academic achievement. Children on the autism spectrum face challenges in social communication and restrictive/repetitive behaviors that may impede the acquisition of foundational skills. In this session, participants will learn about basic academic skills, why they are important, and how to teach them to children on the autism spectrum.
This event is open to all education majors.
Honoring Outstanding Owl Teachers
Friday, October 1 at 5:30pm to 7:00pmVirtual Event