What is Good Practice in Autism Education?


This new report, commissioned by the Autism Education Trust (AET) and written by Professor Tony Charman and a team at the Institute of Education (IOE), London, has identified the features that represent ‘good practice’ in autism education across a range of settings and approaches. The report - from the IOE’s Centre for Research in Autism and Education - outlines key themes and recommended practices which all schools can adopt to improve their education practice for pupils on the autism spectrum. Leadership Briefing 6.03(63)

DATE: 08/09/2011
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