Access over 20 million homework & study documents

Educating Children With Autism

Content type
User Generated
Subject
Writing
School
Grand Canyon University
Type
Homework
Rating
Showing Page:
1/5
1
Educating Children with Autism
Name of student
Name of tutor
Course
Institution
Date

Sign up to view the full document!

lock_open Sign Up
Showing Page:
2/5
2
Part One
1. Learning about the learner from the learner
For a young child like Felix, where I have no information about him except that he is five
years old, the first takeaway that I learned I could adopt to help him was to learn from him as
much as possible his needs and points of view as on different aspects affecting his life. For
example, trying to learn from Felix will help me identify the different language problems that he
has and thus make it easy to develop strategies for dealing with them (Barak-Levy, Goldstein, &
Weinstock, 2010).
2. Get them talking
Many children like Felix have self-esteem issues and may find it difficult to communicate
because they don't know how or lack confidence. As an educator, it is important to help Felix to
learn to express himself in different situations. Felix needs to learn to talk to himself to grow
skills of effectively communicating to others so that they can understand him. Also, learning to
express self will help Felix know what others are saying better as he grows (Gernsbacher,
Morson, & Grace, 2016).
3. Use visuals
Since Felix is not familiar with the whole language or skills of expressing himself due to
a young age, using visuals to communicate with him will make it much easier for him to learn
and understand. Visualization helps provide more details about something said verbally. Using

Sign up to view the full document!

lock_open Sign Up
Showing Page:
3/5

Sign up to view the full document!

lock_open Sign Up
End of Preview - Want to read all 5 pages?
Access Now
Unformatted Attachment Preview
1 Educating Children with Autism Name of student Name of tutor Course Institution Date 2 Part One 1. Learning about the learner from the learner For a young child like Felix, where I have no information about him except that he is five years old, the first takeaway that I learned I could adopt to help him was to learn from him as much as possible his needs and points of view as on different aspects affecting his life. For example, trying to learn from Felix will help me identify the different language problems that he has and thus make it easy to develop strategies for dealing with them (Barak-Levy, Goldstein, & Weinstock, 2010). 2. Get them talking Many children like Felix have self-esteem issues and may find it difficult to communicate because they don't know how or lack confidence. As an educator, it is important to help Felix to learn to express himself in different situations. Felix needs to learn to talk to himself to grow skills of effectively communicating to others so that they can understand him. Also, learning to express self will help Felix know what others are saying better as he grows (Gernsbacher, Morson, & Grace, 2016). 3. Use visuals Since Felix is not familiar with the whole language or skills of expressing himself due to a young age, using visuals to communicate with him will make it much easier for him to learn and understand. Visualization helps provide more details about something said verbally. Using 3 visuals will help create many ide ...
Purchase document to see full attachment
User generated content is uploaded by users for the purposes of learning and should be used following Studypool's honor code & terms of service.

Anonymous
Just what I was looking for! Super helpful.

Studypool
4.7
Indeed
4.5
Sitejabber
4.4

Similar Documents