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Asperger Syndrome/High Functioning Autism in the Classroom
What Is Asperger Syndrome?
Social and Communication Skills
Visual Strategies
Behavior Strategies
Adults with Asperger Syndrome
Contact Information
Webliography

Green Tumbling Dodecahedron


A Discussion of Teaching Strategies for All Educational Settings.

Asperger Syndrome is often referred to as a "disability" but would more accurately be described as a "difference" due to the fact that all persons diagnosed with this syndrome are of average or above average intelligence and are simply lacking in the social and communication skills expected by society. Certain teaching strategies in all classroom environments can help circumvent difficulties that many people may not even realize exist, by providing effective solutions to these problems.

From Pre-School
From Pre-School

To College
off to college

Helping people diagnosed with Autism be successful in life

This website authored and maintained by: Shelley L. Bereman-Benevides, Student

HAWAII COMMUNITY COLLEGE*ENGLISH 102*FALL 2003*PROFESSOR ROBISON

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Editor's note: all pictures used are for illustration purposes only. Persons portrayed have not been diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome

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