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Helping Students on the Autism Spectrum Get the Best Out of College

Helping Students on the Autism Spectrum Get the Best Out of College

A Guide for Further Education Professionals

Kate Ripley and Dr Rebecca Murphy

Quick Overview

This is the companion guide for further education staff working with autistic students who are using the Getting the Best Out of College workbook. It follows the structure of the workbook with parallel chapters providing case studies, contextual information and frameworks to help educators support their autistic students.
2020, Ebook, ePUB
ISBN: 9781787753419

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This is the companion guide for further education staff working with students on the autism spectrum who are using Getting the Best Out of College for Students on the Autism Spectrum: A Workbook for Entering Further Education.

The workbook takes a holistic approach and focusses on the practicalities of college life for autistic students transitioning to further education, as well as those already there. It covers everything needed to support autistic students including getting to college, how to handle new sensory issues, peer relationships, where to go for help, time management, and exam anxiety.

This guide follows the structure of the workbook Getting the Best Out of College for Students on the Autism Spectrum. For each chapter, there is a parallel chapter in the student guide that directly addresses the students' needs. This guide includes case studies, contextual information and frameworks to help adults work through the exercises and interactive elements with the student.

Reviews

'The transition to college can be a challenge for all young people, however for those on the Autism Spectrum it can be even more complex and daunting. This book is an insightful and practical guide for professionals and young people to help prepare well and overcome any hurdles. This is a fantastic resource that I hope will be used by all colleges to ensure they are fully inclusive.'
- Lynsey Spillane, Course Director Foundation Learning, Basingstoke College of Technology

Authors

By (author): Kate Ripley, Rebecca Murphy