20 Ways to help your student with Asperger Syndrome. Melissa Trautman, M.S. Ed. Southeast ASD Regional Coordinator email@example.com 402-761-3341 www.esu6.org/services/asd_home.htm http://seasdnetwork.wordpress.com. #1 Learn about Asperger Syndrome.
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Melissa Trautman, M.S. Ed.
Southeast ASD Regional Coordinator
Diane Adreon and Dena Gitilitz, 2002
Students may experience difficulty in:
“The hidden curriculum refers to the set of rules or guidelines that are often not directly taught but are assumed to be known (Garrnett, 1984; Hemmings, 2000; Jackson, 1968; Kanpol, 1989)…. The hidden curriculum contains items that impact social interactions, school performance, and sometimes safety.”
If you find yourself saying things like:
You probably are dealing with a hidden
January 3, 2007
Adults do not like it when kids point out the things they are doing wrong (even if they are). It is not your responsibility to teach grownups how to do things. It’s better just to keep quiet. The exception is an emergency.
“Twice as much time, half as much done”
Determine what the individual needs of the child are and consider the following options: