Who: FTCC Faculty Professional Development
What: Neurodiversity in Higher Education Settings
This training is designed to highlight the primary differences which influence the overall experience of students with autism in higher education settings. Participants will develop and hone their use of strategies and tools to improve the success of students with ASD in and outside of the classroom. The format of the training is a combination of presentation and interactive components (polls and chats if virtual) as well as time for questions.
- Identify the needs of students with ASD
- Develop strategies to increase participation, initiation, and active learning
- Support students to develop and use tools for improved communication and social skills, executive functioning skills, coping, and emotion regulation
When: Friday, March 10th, 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Virtual (50 seats) Zoom link will be forwarded prior to the session
Where: F2f and Virtual sessions Sign-up Genius
Questions: Faculty can contact the Center for Faculty Development with any questions!