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Karley Ingold
Sat Jun 6, 2015 10:27

I really think that a lot of the time that in these classrooms the teachers underestimate students with ASD ability to learn and that because of this they are sometimes under taught when they could grow from instruction. It is important for educators to be aware of all the different things that they can do in the classroom that maybe are not direct instruction but can aid children in developing literacy such as just having reading and writing materials around to be utilized.

  • 3-2-1 Consensus - Allison Powers, Sat Jun 6 10:14
    All of our videos and articles had main ideas, but our group (Supa Squad) found that the overarching theme that tied everything together was to prove that students with Autism ARE capable of... more
    • RE: 3-2-1- Consensus - Nicholas Flippen, Sat Jun 6 14:50
      I find it so interesting that this was a common theme that you guys pulled form the readings and the videos. I have to say, it's not one that I immediately thought of when reading all of the material ... more
    • Awesome! - Britt Hatcher, Sat Jun 6 14:24
      I saw this too! I think that as teachers it is very important to keep trying with each of our students so that they can see that they can learn and succeed. Going and above and beyond with those... more
    • Re: Allison - Alexandria Spurrier, Sat Jun 6 14:04
      I love this conclusion because I feel like our group (the best group) talked about similar things! I think it is very important to believe in your students and have high hopes and expectations for... more
      • Encouraging Our Students - Rachel Caldwell, Sat Jun 6 14:32
        I am a firm believer in students living up to the expectations that are set for them by adults in their lives. We need to be careful of not only our expectations for our students but also our... more
    • Underestimated - Karley Ingold, Sat Jun 6 10:27
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