Autism for the General Education Teacher
Online Course, Self-directed
6.00 CPE Credits  

As more students with autism are included in general education classes, the need for basic information about autism from the perspective of a general educator has grown. This course was designed to provide an overview on autism and suggest evidence-based instructional strategies to promote independence and encourage academic, social, communication, and behavioral success for students with autism in the classroom setting.

Learner objectives for this course are: 1. To identify and describe characteristics associated with autism; 2. to identify possible evidence-based strategies and best practices for educating students with autism in the classroom; and 3. to identify possible material and resources to assist in collaborative planning and program implementation
  This online course is a training module developed by the Texas Statewide Leadership for Autism Training as a part of an autism training series.    Review the participant guides/tutorials to help you get started in accessing your online course. The participant guides/tutorials describe all the navigational features of the E-Campus online delivery system.  

Now that I have registered for this course how can I access the course content?  Take a look at this short Accessing the Course document.

General Educators, Administrators, Parents, Paraprofessionals, General Public
Behavior and Discipline, Related Services, Early Childhood, Special Education, Autism, Inclusion, Speech Therapy, Online Learning, Parents, Progress in the General Curriculum, ECSE
1 - Planning, T-TESS 2 - Instruction, T-TESS 3 - Learning Environment, T-TESS 1.3 - Planning: Knowledge of Students, T-TESS 3.1 - Learning Environment: Classroom Environment Routines and Procedures
Online Course, Self-directed

CPE Credits: 6.00  
Registration Closes: 8/30/2018
Starts: 9/1/2010 12:01 am
Ends: 10/31/2018