February 24-26, 2015, 8am-4pm EST
Join the HANDS in Autism® Team for an intensive training that focuses on providing hands-on experience and coaching in a simulated classroom/work environment. Individuals on the spectrum participate, facilitating a rich learning environment for all. While the program includes traditional instructional methods such as lectures and discussion, the emphasis of training is building increased knowledge and skill of the process of making appropriate programming decisions for each student, classroom, workplace, and/or intervention team through hands-on application and learning.
What to Expect
A range of instructional methods are included to provide optimal learning and application, including: online modules, traditional didactic instruction, small and large group discussions, and observation of HANDS in Autism® team interaction with a range of individuals representing varying functional abilities. The training environment will provide exposure to a variety of associated behavioral, educational, and topic-specific examples with live observation, video samples, and scenario-based discussions and activities.
Early Childhood Development: early childhood service providers, service coordinators, preschool teachers, primary special educators, daycare employees, administrators, and other professionals working with students with developmental disabilities.
Approximately, 24 contact hours will be awarded to those participants who attend 3 days of training.
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