A one-day course based on the TEACCH Philosophy

This one day course will focus on providing participants with an overview of the learning styles of pupils on the autism spectrum, the TEACCH Philosophy & Structured Teaching.

Structured Teaching is based on the understanding of the learning styles of autistic people. The beginning goals of Structured Teaching is for people to learn new skills, be engaged in their learning and reduce any distress behaviours.

The long aims of this approach is to enable people to become independent, have increased well-being and be more flexible. 

Objectives

Participants will have:

An increased understanding of the complexities of autism

An overview of the TEACCH Philosophy

Classroom strategies to support learning for people on the autism spectrum using the Structured Teaching approach

The format of this workshop will include presentations, videos, interactive discussions and small group activities.

Course Content

  • To understand the TEACCH Philosophy
  • To understand the differing learning styles of people with autism
  • To understand the Structured TEACCHing approach
  • Be able to positively problem solve behaviours.

Who should attend?

This course is designed for teachers, teaching assistants, therapists and anyone who is interested in developing strategies for teaching pupils on the autism spectrum.

Why attend?

  • To understand the TEACCH Philosophy
  • To understand the differing learning styles of people with autism
  • To understand the Structured TEACCHing approach
  • Be able to positively problem solve behaviours.

Scheduled events

Date Location Book your place
27 November 2019  London - More info Book now 

 

Cost

Individuals attending scheduled training event: £185 + VAT and will be inclusive of:

  • Training materials and information provided for each delegate
  • Signposting to relevant literature and resources