POPARD Virtual BC-Wide Mini-Workshop
Friday November 12, 2021 9:00am-noon (for BC School Employees Only)
ASD & Homework: Tips for Teachers
Many adolescents struggle to work independently, and they may even dread homework. Students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), in particular, often lack the necessary organizational and self-management skills to complete homework assignments without extra support and/or supervision. A student’s inability to meet homework expectations can be frustrating and stressful for them, their families, and their school team.
This three-hour workshop will review aspects of successful homework tasks and related strategies for assigning, motivating, training, and communicating. The workshop is intended for school staff (resource teachers, classroom teachers, education assistants) who work with autistic students at the middle school and high school level.
Audience: This workshop is for employees of BC School Districts and Independent Schools.
About this Workshop
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This workshop is exclusively for employees of BC School District and Independent Schools