Asperger Syndrome: Success in the Mainstream Classroom - DVD

Designed for teachers and parents, this video provides proven techniques and tips to help make mainstreaming a child with Asperger Syndrome a positive learning experience for him or her -- AND for teachers and classmates. Whether a classroom has one teacher, or the support of special education teachers and aides, these approaches can help make the difference in a child's education.
Asperger Syndrome Mainstream Classroom DVD

You'll see interviews with psychologist Dr. Jed Baker, parents, regular and special education teachers, an instructional aide and a case manager/social worker -- all describing specific steps that have worked for them in guiding and teaching children with AS in middle school through high school classes.

You can think of this as "Asperger Syndrome 101." At 44 minutes, it's the perfect length to view during an available class period (or to use as a teacher in-service program) and it points the way toward other resources to help generate continued success.

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Jackie Igafo-Te'o , from Bridges4kids.org

This video is a well-rounded, informative session on the topics of Education and Asperger Syndrome. I found the information to be exceptionally presented and in an easy-to-follow format. The information provided is enlightening. This video is a definite "must see" for anyone, working or living with someone diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome, who is interested in the educational, social and...

This DVD is produced in the North American NTSC video format. It will play in "dual format" DVD players that play both NTSC videos and PAL format videos used in Europe and Australia.