Communication is the key to most personal & educational objectives we set for our pupils, but a huge challenge for those with autism/ASC, which is further compounded by the sensory sensitivity, processing and perceptual difficulties seen in autism.
Naomi has a plethora of dynamic, but simple, ideas to create focused learning opportunities to develop engagement & interaction. These ‘easy to replicate’ activities will be invaluable to you in your classroom or setting, and and you will be able to to implement them straight away.
Delegates will discover:
- how to create focused sensory experiences that will support a pupil’s personalised learning
- how to create opportunities for interaction, turn-taking & communication in group activities
- how to ensure focused sensory learning activities are engaging, but not over-stimulating
- what we really mean by ‘a positive sensory learning environment’
- why is it essential that the learning environment for pupils with autism is highly individualised & how to create this
- how to enable pupils with autism to build more successful relationships with their peers
Naomi shares a variety of strategies which are innovative & lively with many opportunities for experiential learning for delegates!
Who is presenting?
Naomi Rosenberg is an experienced Teacher of the Deaf who has chosen to work with children with autism and/or complex needs. She has combined her teaching with consultancy and training and volunteers for Sense, keeping her work up to date and relevant. She has also been a short break foster carer for special children. She passionately believes in inclusion and develops activities and opportunities for all children to work and play together, with choices and creative communication strategies using all of the senses.
I’m a NQT working with ASC. Fantastic ideas to enhance learning and exploration. All the sections were relevant and beneficial – ZC
The course advanced my teaching with children with ASC. Naomi is a font of knowledge giving hands on training, good advice and an opportunity to share with others – OD
It was beneficial to take time to think about my teaching environment and to look and listen to things from the child’s point of view – RS
I learnt such a lot today. I am going to use all the activities! – BA
Hallmark INN Manchester South – 20 March 2019
London 22 March 2019
Who Should Attend?
This will be appropriate for teachers and classroom practitioners from special schools and colleges, mainstream settings & those with specialist SEN provision and early years settings, who are working with pupils with Autism at all levels of ability.
£225 plus VAT per place including refreshments & lunch.
Email – email@example.com
Phone – 01524 42 63 95
Post – Hirstwood Training, 237 Heysham Road, Heysham, LA3 1NN