Planning Social Skills Instruction for Students on the High End of the Autism Spectrum
Presenters:Teri McGill, Metro Region ASD Coordinator and Melissa Trautman, SE Regional Coordinator
When: October 11, 2011
Where: ESU 3, Omaha
Time: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Cost: $15 (lunch will be provided)
This in‐service will provide an overview of how to teach social skills to students on the autism spectrum. Participants will be able to look through a variety of resources and curriculums created to teach social skills to individuals on the spectrum. Time will be allotted for teachers to start planning social skills instruction for the upcoming school year.
Specific social skills curriculum
How to create and run a circle‐of‐friends group
How to incorporate social skills throughout the school day
Intended Audience: Regular Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Parents, Administrators, other Professionals working with students with High Function Autism or Asperger Syndrome
To register, please complete registration form below and fax to 402‐597‐4811 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Download a flyer HERE.