What staff need(s) will the workshop meet?
• I have a student in my class who I know has a diagnosis of Autism. I need to understand more about what autism is (and isn’t).
• What do I need to know about how autism may affect the way students with autism think and learn?
• What challenges may arise for students with Autism during typical academic situations?
• What strategies can be helpful when working with students with autism in a higher education setting?
Through this you will...
Working with students on the autism spectrum scenarios: We will consider a variety of contextually relevant scenarios and think of ways in which we can support students with autism in our university. We will consider a number of statements about individuals with autism and think about whether they are true or false. A discussion will follow about the reasons for different answers. The main aim of this activity will be to promote better awareness of what autism involves and how it may affect the individual and we will attempt to identify and diminish stereotypical and harmful ideas about autism.
Who would benefit from this workshop
Lecturers and staff involved with students that have autism.
To register, please visit U4BW (using Citrix if necessary). You will receive an Outlook calendar invitation within 48 business hours of registration.
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The workshop focuses on how you can adapt your teaching to provide support for any students with Autism.
The workshop will help you to think of some strategies that will help you deliver more effective sessions to students with autism
Through this workshop, you will gain some understanding of what autism is, what additional needs the students may have.
The workshop is intended to help you support any students with autism who may be studying on your courses or who you may encounter within your work as a PT/PAT.
By gaining some understanding of autism and the culture of autism, the workshop will hopefully help you to engage students with autism actively within the learning activities you provide.
Supporting HEA fellowship
|D1 - Associate Fellow of the HEA||Staff with at least 1 year teaching/support experience. Typically these are staff who do some teaching/student support but not as the main element of their role, such as
|D2 - Fellow of the HEA||
Staff for whom teaching or learning support is a significant element of their role such as staff with experience as
|D3 - Senior Fellow of the HEA||
Experienced HE teaching staff able to demonstrate sustained impact & influence on the L&T practice of others over a number of years, through