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Connect. Expect. Reflect. Strategies for Students With Autism

I am not an expert, but I do have a lot of experience with students who have autism on all ability levels from self-contained settings to regular education. My action research project for my grad school capstone was about how to teach social skills to kinder students on — or suspected to be on — the spectrum. I'm hoping that these tips can help teachers working with these special types of learners.

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Study Ladder!! This site is loaded with lessons, tasks, and printables.

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the yum totally fits.

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Classroom Management - I like the wording of each misbehavior.

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Communication Log for Family Contact

running record of who you contact with parents

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log-in cards

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