Professional Development Opportunities
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Autism Awareness Centre Presents: Helpful Tips and Resources for Teaching Conversation Skills to High Functioning Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
December 3, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am| $20.00
Ever wondered how to effectively teach a person with ASD how to have a meaningful back-and-forth conversation? Do you have a student that jumps in at the wrong time or on the wrong topic? Are you having difficulty teaching conversation in today’s pandemic? During the webinar, Kerry Mataya will use resources from Talk with Me: A Step-by-Step Conversation Framework for Teaching Conversational Balance and Fluency to help attendees develop immediate strategies for teaching conversation skills to high functioning students with an Autism Spectrum Disorder in both school and home settings. Additionally, attendees will come away with tips to teach conversation skills in today’s reality on virtual platforms. You won’t want to miss it.