Effective Strategies to Support Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Elementary Classroom
Date: November 27 2012 5:00pm - 8:00pm Location: South Chapel - Lewis & Clark Graduate Campus
This workshop has been cancelled due to an unexpected scheduling conflict and will be rescheduled in the spring. Please check back for updates.
Presenters will provide information on successful teaching strategies for students with autism in preschool and elementary classrooms. Lecture, videos, and demonstration will be part of the presentation.
Instructors: Christine Moore, M.A., and Sheila Magee, M.S.
About the Instructors
Christine Moore, M.A. began her career as a language specialist working in inner city schools in Los Angeles, creating programs focused on improving the listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills of students with mild, moderate, and severe disabilities. She has worked with children from early childhood through 12th grade. Christine continues to focus on translating the special education process through the required special education paperwork into effective instruction for students with disabilities.
Sheila Magee, M.S. is a School Psychologist and School Administrator. Sheila has worked with children with autism for over 20 years. Sheila has coordinated programs for children with autism at both the pre-school and school-age level. She has expertise in analysis of behavior and implementation of positive behavior support strategies.
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