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Saturday, November 14, 2009

Transition Advice for Students with ASD

Hi Everyone,
I have just read a brilliant fact sheet by the South Australian Special Education Resource Unit written at the beginning of this year about transition plans, strategies and resources for students with an ASD. The 40 pages provide a wealth of information for parents and teachers. I know I have already written two posts about this site this week but I can't promise not to write another because it is just so good! Click on the picture to read the report or on the hyperlinks to visit the SERU website.
PS: Jim has just let me know that you can be on the SERU mailing list. Click on the comments link below, where Jim has left the mailing list details. Thanks Jim :)

Friday, November 13, 2009

Special Education Resource Unit - South Australia

Hi Everyone,
Today I received an email from James at the Special Education Resource Unit (SERU) in South Australia, alerting me to the fact that this blog has been featured in their Technology Inclusion Engagement and learning news letter this month.
Thanks James.
I have had a great time exploring their website this evening. It is such a great resource. The themed newsletters are packed with the latest information and research as well as best practice advise for special education teachers and our mainstream colleagues who are devloping their inclusive practices. My printer has been working flat out!
Check it out for yourself by clicking on the picture.

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Autism Training Modules Online - Positive Partnerships Program

Hi Everyone,
The Positive Partnerships Program website has a range of great parent and teacher online information and professional development programs for people intereseted in learning more about the impact of Autism Spectrum Disorder on children and families. Click on the picture to take a class.

Universal Design for Learning

A is for Autism F is for Friend - Video