Sue Larkey’s Free Webinar
This Webinar Closes – Wednesday
Welcome to Sue Larkey’s Free Webinar
The Handout is here
Will this Work for Me and the Child I know?
I had heard great things about all of Sue Larkey’s courses. I completed the 45 minute course ‘Key Strategies for Success’ and found this extremely useful. I then chose to complete the longer course. Not only did this course give me a very extensive range of strategies to try, I now have a much clearer understanding of ASD, what it can look like and that it is never the same in two children.”
“My son’s teacher said it’s the best in- service she has ever had! She has had an epiphany! She understands it all so much better. She has some great ideas for the aide! She feels empowered and inspired! This is so great for all her future students too.”
Also, can you please pass on to Sue that her course has made the life of one little girl in my room a whole lot easier. Only diagnosed with severe autism this year – the first year of Kindergarten – I was at a loss as I had never taught a child with autism before. This little girl has made me a better teacher and I think, a better person! So on behalf of her, and myself please tell your amazing wife that she is changing lives Jane (Teacher
Certificate of Attendance is only issued for the 5 x 1 hour Course (not this Free Webinar)
Accredited 5 x 1 Hour Course
The Course can be used for Teacher Professional Development Hours in All States
See Website link below for more details
Making it a Success – Teaching and Behaviour Support Strategies for students with an Autism Spectrum Disorder presented by Sue Larkey will contribute 5 hours of NESA Registered PD addressing 1.2.2, 1.4.2, 1.5.2, 1.6.2, 2.6.2, 3.3.2, 3.4.2, 4.1.2, 4.3.2, 6.4.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW
Will this Work for Me?
Register Now & Pay Later
We can start you on the Course and invoice your Organisation directly to pay later.
Email Andrew at firstname.lastname@example.org
New Zealand – Can also Register Now & Pay Later
Register Online at Sue Larkey NZ Website
Or email Eliza – email@example.com
Online Training Will Save you Time and Stress
- Courses are a logical, step by step proven approach that have transformed the lives of 1000s of teaching staff and families
- Efficient practical training - while academically based, they are delivered by a teacher and practicing psychologist
- Comprehensive, Cohesive and on-going support from experts who have been through the same situation.
- Reassures you are on the 'right track', but adds:
- new connections to ideas and observations you already had.
- confidence as to when and how hard to push students.
- a virtual 'look inside the head' of a child, to understand 'why'
- logical and linked strategies to deal with difficult behaviours.
- new proven strategies to add to your exisiting ones
- You are NOT ALONE
- access to a vast community of knowledge and experience all going through exactly the same issues.
- ongoing email support for questions and implementation.
- Strategies and ideas can share with your colleagues and families.
- Saves hours searching internet for 'tips' and one off solutions.
- If after a few lessons feel not for you - 100% refund.
What You Will Learn On Sue’s 5 x 1hr Accredited Course
- Identify the challenges to learning experienced by the student with an ASD and by the teacher of a student with ASD; and,
- Be presented with a model (Ten Key Strategies) to assist them to develop.
- Be presented with a range of learning scenarios which will be analysed from the perspective of a student with an ASD – appropriate strategies and resources will be suggested and discussed;
- Learn how to communicate effectively with the student with an ASD in order to maximise their understanding, participation and learning;
- Learn how to structure the learning and social environments (classroom and playground/recreation spaces) to best cater for the needs of their student/s with an ASD; and be presented with a range of ideas.
- Introduced to the types of behaviours frequently exhibited by students with an ASD;
- Provided with guides for analysing these behaviours in order to develop appropriate and proactive classroom environments and behaviour management strategies;
- Taught how to identify likely stressors for individual students with an ASD; and taught how to develop a profile and, if appropriate, fellow students.
Participants will be encouraged to:
- Reflect on their own classroom environment and teaching practices in the context of the information, ideas and concepts provided by Sue Larkey;
- Share their experiences, successes and failures with colleagues;
- Communicate regularly and effectively with other key individuals in the student’s life in order to achieve a more holistic understanding of each student with ASD; and
- Explore and utilise the many resources available to them prepared specifically with the student with and ASD in mind.
- What is Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Autism Learning style
- Using Schedules & Timers
- Key teaching strategies from Preschool to Secondary and beyond
- What is ODD?
- 10 Key Strategies to Setting up Your Classroom
- Understanding ASD – Let’s dive in deeper to Understanding ASD
- Girls with ASD
- 10 Essential Strategies for Understanding ASD
- “Why kids with ASD do what they do?”
- 10 Key Strategies for Success
- Executive Functioning: 7 Common Signs & What to do
- ASD, ADHD, Epilepsy, Tourette’s, OCD
- Classroom strategies
- Using Tokens for success
- What are Visuals and How to Use
- Motivators: How to use
- How to Motivate and use Special Interests
- Timers/ Routine/ Schedules
- Tips for Toilet Training – an example of using Timers, Routine & Schedules for Success
- Understanding Processing and impact on Learning & Engagement
- Promoting understanding in peers
- Social skills
- Using Social Scripts
- Teaching play
- Strategies for playgrounds
- What are ASD behaviours
- Using a Summary Profile to Increase Awareness with ALL staff
- Sensory Meltdowns
- Sensory Processing Disorder – What is it? How to look for?
- 10 Common Causes of Sensory Meltdowns
- What to do when child/student has Sensory Meltdown
- 10 Common Causes of Behaviour Meltdowns
- What to do when child/student has a Behaviour Meltdown
- Meltdown verses Tantrums
- What to do when a child/student has a tantrum