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Autism and Flexischooling

Autism and Flexischooling Author Clare Lawrence
ISBN-10 9781849052795
Release 2012
Pages 144
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Explores the advantages and disadvantages of flexischooling, or having a student attend school part-time and be homeschooled the rest of the time, for autistic children so that parents can determine what is right for their child. Original.



The Wiley Handbook of Home Education

The Wiley Handbook of Home Education Author Milton Gaither
ISBN-10 9781118926888
Release 2016-12-12
Pages 544
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The Wiley Handbook of Home Education is a comprehensive collection of the latest scholarship in all aspects of home education in the United States and abroad. Presents the latest findings on academic achievement of home-schooled children, issues of socialization, and legal argumentation about home-schooling and government regulation A truly global perspective on home education, this handbook includes the disparate work of scholars outside of the U.S. Typically understudied topics are addressed, such as the emotional lives of home educating mothers and the impact of home education on young adults Writing is accessible to students, scholars, educators, and anyone interested in home schooling issues



Asperkids

Asperkids Author Jennifer Cook O'Toole
ISBN-10 0857006479
Release 2012-05-15
Pages 192
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As a parent, a teacher and an Aspie herself, Jennifer O'Toole provides the definitive insider's view of Asperger syndrome. She shows how to help children on the spectrum by understanding how they think and by exploiting their special interests to promote learning. Her strategies work because she thinks like the children that she teaches. This exciting book is full of effective and fun ways of engaging with children with Asperger syndrome. Jennifer explains how theory of mind difficulties create the need for concrete forms of communication, and provides original methods to inspire imagination through sensorial experiences. In particular she reveals the untapped power of special interests, showing how to harness these interests to encourage academic, social and emotional growth. Affirming that different doesn't mean defective, this book offers the insight and guidance that parents, educators, and other professionals need to connect with the Asperkids in their life and get them excited about learning.



Incorporating Social Goals in the Classroom

Incorporating Social Goals in the Classroom Author Rebecca Ann Moyes
ISBN-10 9781853029677
Release 2001
Pages 187
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This book provides practical, hands-on strategies to teach social skills to children with high-functioning autism and Asperger Syndrome. Includes a detailed description of the social deficits of these children as they appear in the classroom and ways to address them. Lesson plans are included to facilitate the ability to "teach" these social goals.



Homeschooling the Child with Asperger Syndrome

Homeschooling the Child with Asperger Syndrome Author Lise Pyles
ISBN-10 1843107619
Release 2004
Pages 271
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Provides step-by-step instructions and advice on creating a curriculum for a child with Asperger's syndrome.



Educational Research and Innovation Innovative Learning Environments

Educational Research and Innovation Innovative Learning Environments Author OECD
ISBN-10 9789264203488
Release 2013-09-25
Pages 218
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This report presents a wealth of international material and features a new framework for understanding innovative learning environments.



50 Things to Go Further with Google Classroom

50 Things to Go Further with Google Classroom Author Alice Keeler
ISBN-10 0996989560
Release 2016-05-20
Pages 78
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Today's technology empowers educators to move away from the traditional classroom where teachers lead and students work independently-each doing the same thing. In 50 Things to Go Further with Google Classroom: A Student-Centered Approach, authors and educators Alice Keeler and Libbi Miller offer inspiration and resources to help you create a digitally rich, engaging, student-centered environment. They show you how to tap into the power of individualized learning that is possible with Google Classroom.



Shift This

Shift This Author Joy Kirr
ISBN-10 194644409X
Release 2017-04-20
Pages 200
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The author, an educator and speaker, shares her perspectives and techniques for making gradual changes to teaching and classroom design that can lead to student-led learning in a positive classroom environment that focuses on learning, not homework and grades, and to teachers having more free time outside the classroom.



Parenting Your Asperger Child

Parenting Your Asperger Child Author Alan Sohn
ISBN-10 9781440649424
Release 2005-02-01
Pages 288
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Asperger's Syndrome is a form of autism—but with the right guidance, these children can go on to live happy, fulfilling lives. In Parenting Your Asperger Child, Dr. Alan Sohn's and Cathy Grayson's groundbreaking Cognitive Social Integration Therapy (CSIT) offers practical solutions that help parents prepare their children for a fulfilling life of social interaction outside the confines of their syndrome, addressing such topics as: - The six characteristics of Asperger's Syndrome - How to identify a child's type of Asperger's—and the best approaches for dealing with it - Understanding how an Asperger's child sees and interprets the world - Replacing inappropriate coping techniques with productive skills - How to survive and learn from a crisis - How school programs can aid in teaching Asperger children - Making changes that last



Home Educating Our Autistic Spectrum Children

Home Educating Our Autistic Spectrum Children Author Terri Dowty
ISBN-10 9781843100379
Release 2002
Pages 300
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In this book parents who have chosen the home education option for their children on the autistic spectrum candidly relate their experiences: how they reached the decision to educate at home, how they set about the task, and their feelings about the issues raised by their actions.



Elective Home Education

Elective Home Education Author Simon Webb
ISBN-10 1858564824
Release 2011
Pages 131
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Thousands of children in the UK and millions in the USA are educated at home by their parents. The book presents an overview of the phenomenon of elective home education in the United Kingdom, contrasting it with the situation in the USA. It examines the history of the practice and discusses why more and more parents are choosing not to send their children to school.



Homeschooling the Child with Autism

Homeschooling the Child with Autism Author Patricia Schetter
ISBN-10 9780470292563
Release 2009-03-30
Pages 259
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Presented in an easy-to-use question-and-answer format, this vital resource answers the most commonly asked questions about homeschooling children with autism spectrum disorders.



Home School Family Fitness

Home School Family Fitness Author Bruce Whitney
ISBN-10 1578262747
Release 2008
Pages 166
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Written by a home schooling father of nine, this easy-to-use manual includes activities for home schoolers of all ages, from preschool to high school. It explains the fundamentals of exercise in a fun way, teaching kids to achieve and maintain fitness throughout their lives. It also includes an instructional 40-minute sport-skill DVD featuring the author and his kids.



Educating Children at Home

Educating Children at Home Author Alan Thomas
ISBN-10 0826452051
Release 1998-09-23
Pages 146
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With increasing numbers of parents choosing to educate their children at home, an opportunity exists to explore education outside the school environment. Parents often discover that classroom approaches to teaching and learning do not easily translate into the home. As a result, some radically adjust their approach to educating their children, in some instances virtually abandoning any structured teaching or learning. Focusing on informal learning, this text examines in depth how children can acquire an education simply through everyday experiences. The text sets out to challenge fundamental assumptions about the nature of teaching and learning. Research has been drawn from a wide cross-section of parents from 100 home-educating families.



The Element

The Element Author Ken Robinson
ISBN-10 9780141911250
Release 2009-02-05
Pages 288
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The element is the point at which natural talent meets personal passion. This groundbreaking new book is all about how every one of us can find our element, connecting with our true talents and fulfilling our creative potential. Creativity expert Ken Robinson believes that we are all born with tremendous natural capacities, but that we lose touch with them as we spend more time in the world. Whether it's a child bored in class, an employee being misused or just someone who feels frustrated but can't quite explain why, too many people don't know what they are really capable of achieving. Education, business and society as a whole are losing out. The Element draws on the stories of a wide range of people - from ex-Beatle Paul McCartney to renowned physicist Richard Feynman and many others, including business leaders and athletes - showing how all of them came to recognize their unique talents and were able to make a successful living doing what they love. With a wry sense of humour and a sense of optimism, Ken Robinson looks at the conditions that enable us to find ourselves in the element, and those that stifle that possibility. He shows that age and occupation are no barrier and he argues that there is an urgent need to enhance creativity and innovation by thinking differently about ourselves.



Asperger Syndrome and Employment

Asperger Syndrome and Employment Author Genevieve Edmonds
ISBN-10 1846427703
Release 2008-03-15
Pages 176
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Employment is an important part of a healthy, balanced and fulfilling life but less than 20 per cent of people with Asperger Syndrome (AS) are in work at any one time. The adults with AS in this book explore the issues surrounding employment, providing advice and insights for others with AS, as well as their employers and colleagues. Drawing on personal experience and lessons learned, Asperger Syndrome and Employment looks at: * the transition from education to employment, * the importance of matching skills to career choices, * practical coping strategies for employees with AS in the workplace, * advice for employers, including the need to make `reasonable adjustments' to avoid discrimination, * ways in which employment services ought to work for people with AS. This is essential reading for adults with AS, their family and friends, employment services and career advisers, and companies needing to know how, in practical terms, to accommodate employees with AS.



Yoga Therapy for Children with Autism and Special Needs

Yoga Therapy for Children with Autism and Special Needs Author Louise Goldberg
ISBN-10 9780393707854
Release 2013-08-26
Pages 336
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A how-to manual for yoga with kids in classrooms and therapeutic settings. If you are a parent of a child with special needs or a professional who works with one, you know how challenging it can be for them to sit still, to cope with change, to focus on self-soothing strategies, and to interact successfully with others. For these kids, yoga therapy can provide crucial support. Behavior and focus, strength, flexibility, balance, and self-regulation are all improved through yoga, making it an ideal practice for children on the autism spectrum, with ADHD, sensory processing and emotional/behavioral disorders, and other exceptionalities. For use in school, at home, or in therapeutic settings, Yoga Therapy for Children with Autism and Special Needs is a how-to manual that meets children where they are, providing a yoga therapy "lesson plan" that will engage them; promote play, social interaction, speech, language, and motor development; and enhance their self-esteem. It teaches an array of CreativeRelaxation techniques using posture, breathing, and mindfulness designed specifically for children with autism and special needs. Drawing on her 30 years of yoga therapy experience with children and those who work with them, the author walks readers through yoga strategies that both calm and energize, emphasizing sensory and bodily awareness and the "sacred space" that is so important for these children. Learn the best ways to use your voice and body effectively when working with children; how to minimize distractions and ease transitions; and how to create personalized yoga breaks to enhance independence and avert meltdowns. Featuring 60 illustrated poses, 89 photos, and 65 lessons, songs, and games, child-friendly instructions are provided for posture, breathing, and mindfulness exercises. All poses and routines include suggested adaptations and precautions for use, and are organized to address specific sensory skills. Current research on the benefits of yoga for health and learning is summarized, and readers learn how, through yoga practice, the brain’s response to stress can be effectively mitigated. With this book, parents, therapists, and educators alike have the tools to successfully develop a therapeutic yoga program for the very children who can benefit most from it.