Training Course

Introduction to Structured Teaching (part of the TEACCH Philosophy)

27 November 2019, London

 
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About the course

 

The aim of the workshop is to provide participants with an overview of the learning styles of pupils on the autism spectrum, the TEACCH Philosophy & Structured Teaching.

Structured Teaching is based on the understanding of the learning styles of autistic people. The beginning goals of Structured Teaching is for people to learn new skills, be engaged in their learning and reduce any distress behaviours. The long aims of this approach is to enable people to become independent, have increased well-being and be more flexible.

OBJECTIVES:
Participants will have:
An increased understanding of the complexities of autism
An overview of the TEACCH Philosophy
Classroom strategies to support learning for people on the autism spectrum using the Structured Teaching approach

The format of this workshop will include presentations, videos, interactive discussions and small group activities.

 

 

Shauna Fleming E: trainingevents@nas.org.uk T: +44 (0) 300 303 4313

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Key topics

Some of the key topics this course will cover include:

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  • To understand the TEACCH Philosophy
  • To understand the differing learning styles of people with autism
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  • To understand the Structured TEACCHing approach
  • Be able to positively problem solve behaviours.
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Trainer

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Marie O’Rourke, is deputy head at Linden Bridge School in Surrey for pupils on the autism spectrum and consultant within the mainstream sector in the field of autism. Marie, has worked closely with Division TEACCH from the University of North Carolina and is also a TEACCH Certified Advanced Consultant.
 
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Venue

The course will be held at St Alban's Centre in London.

Leigh Place
Baldwin's Gardens
London
EC1V 7AB

 

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Benefits of attending

  • An increased understanding of the complexities of autism  
  • An overview of the TEACCH Philosophy
  • Classroom strategies to support learning for people on the autism spectrum using the Structured Teaching approach.

 

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Fees

Course Fee £185 + VAT

This includes:

  • training booklet and information provided for each delegate
  • certificate of attendance
  • lunch and refreshments.


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Who should attend?

This course is designed for teachers, teaching assistants, therapists and anyone who is interested in developing strategies for teaching pupils on the autism spectrum.

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