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Developing Excellence in Autism Research and Practice

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Developing Excellence in Autism Research and Practice

Friday 27 September
5.30pm

Tickets: Free (registration required)

As part of the College of Social Sciences inaugural lecture series, we are delighted to present the inaugural lecture of Karen Guldberg, Professor of Autism Studies. Appropriate education and support can play a vital role in making a difference to the lives of autistic children and young people. In this talk, Professor Guldberg presents a framework for good autism practice in education. This consists of eight principles that illustrate the preconditions for inclusive practice, as well as the specialist teaching approaches and methods that are needed when working with autistic children and young people.

Venue: Elgar Concert Hall, The Bramall

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