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SOCIAL STORIES: HOW THEY CAN HELP CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE WITH ASD (AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER)

I have chosen to write about Social Stories and how they can help children and adolescents with ASD because I have worked with these students and I have noticed that using these stories has greatly helped them develop their social skills. The age of the students I have worked with ranges from four to twelve …

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Understanding and Promoting Social Inclusion

Social inclusion refers to all the opportunities that children with special educational needs have in regular settings in order to be taught all the curriculum and extra-curricular activities. This also includes interacting positively with their typically developing peers and developing social relationships and friendships with them. Research shows that students who feel socially included develop …

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The powerful bond of teachers and their students: A few words from a teacher just before the end of the school year

When you work with children, you can find magic everywhere! Trust me, I am not the only person who believes that. Children and their ‘superpowers’ can make you feel that you are the youngest, most beautiful, the cleverest but also their mum, dad, psychologist, superhero! I had these feelings throughout the year and this made …

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