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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) 101 - Shared screen with speaker view
Stephanie Peck
41:56
EMU Disability Resource Center Website for additional informationhttps://www.emich.edu/drc/index.php
Dr. Rita Shah (she/her/hers)
45:02
can someone please share the UDL syllabus link in the chat?
Faculty Development Center FDC
45:21
Absolutely! I will share it shortly
Katherine Naish
45:21
UDL resources also available through the DRC Faculty Development Series https://www.emich.edu/drc/faculty/faculty-development-series.php
Faculty Development Center FDC
45:28
Thanks Katherine!
Dr. Rita Shah (she/her/hers)
46:15
Thanks, Katherine!
Katherine Naish
46:42
Dr. Rita Shah, that is a different link than presented in this presentation, but speaks to UDL.
Dr. Rita Shah (she/her/hers)
49:55
This is super helpful Katherine. Thanks!
Dr. Rita Shah (she/her/hers)
50:14
Does anyone know if the powerpoint will be available? There was a lot of info on the slides and we went past them faster than I could write
Faculty Development Center FDC
50:41
The powerpoint will be posted on the FDC website following the session
Dr. Rita Shah (she/her/hers)
51:32
Thanks!
Stephanie Peck
59:05
I've done this kind of therapy with my own child with a different diagnosis and it was so amazing. Thanks for sharing this!
Katherine Naish
59:29
What a great resource. Thank you for sharing!
Faculty Development Center FDC
59:34
Thank you for sharing Stephanie
Sarah Fabian
01:02:39
Thank you both for this! It’s been really great! I have to run to another meeting.
Jennifer Avery
01:15:58
Thank you both for sharing
LaMarcus D. Howard, PhD
01:16:11
Great presentation!
Dr. Rita Shah (she/her/hers)
01:16:22
Thank you both!
Ana Claudia Harten
01:16:43
Thank you!
Stephanie Peck
01:19:45
As long as students know to share that headphones or earplugs help, we do include them in the letter of accommodations for sure! I do try to ask as well, if it seems this may apply. -(DRC Case Manager here)
Heather Oertel
01:22:50
I am here as well, DRC Intake Specialist 😊
Dr. Rita Shah (she/her/hers)
01:22:53
I have a question about the use of the term “austism spectrum.” I’ve read pieces that argue that spectrum doesn’t quite capture the way autism is experience. Can you speak to hat a bit?
Katherine Naish
01:24:12
https://www.emich.edu/drc/faculty/faculty-development-series.php
Katherine Naish
01:24:18
Faculty Development Series
Jennifer Avery
01:25:45
Are there any activities that you might recommend (or sources to point towards those activities) that would be age-appropriate prior to class to try and help fulfill some sensory seeking needs to better enable a person to focus during class?
Katherine Naish
01:29:39
Walking the hall before sitting down or when getting overwhelmed. I'm a special educator of 15 years as well.
Jennifer Avery
01:30:17
Ok, thank you for the suggestions!
Katherine Naish
01:31:58
Frontloaded learning guide outline made available in the chat, sent in advance, or on the whiteboard has also been helpful with my students as well. and meets UDL.
Jennifer Avery
01:32:38
That's all quite helpful, I've not had any students with a LOA yet so it's useful to know what might be included
Peter Bednekoff
01:35:13
Thank you all!
Dr. Rita Shah (she/her/hers)
01:35:32
Must run. Thank you all for this!
Katherine Naish
01:35:44
Thank you for the information.
Jenny Clark
01:35:55
great job everyone!
Kate Pittsley-Sousa
01:35:58
Thanks!