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Teaching College Students on the Autism Spectrum

Tuesday, March 23 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am

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Facilitators: Brett Nachman (Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis), Devin Wixon (Delta Program)
Location:
Online (link will be emailed to registrants)

How prepared are you teach students with unique abilities, such as those on the autism spectrum? In this interactive workshop, participants will learn about the characteristics, portrayals and experiences of college students on the autism spectrum, as well as engage in activities and scenarios aimed to most inclusively teach this student population. Participants across disciplines will come away with new insights and approaches for serving these students, as well as incorporate principles of universal design that may benefit their students more generally.

And: Check out some of Brett’s recent research related to college students with autism below! Note you may need to sign in to some resources with your UW Net ID.

Omission and Othering: Constructing Autism on Community College Websites

An Exploration of Actionable Insights Regarding College Students with Autism: A Review of the Literature

“I Feel Like They are all Interconnected”: Understanding the Identity Management Narratives of Autistic LGBTQ College Students

“Whose Liability Is It Anyway?” Cultivating an Inclusive College Climate for Autistic LGBTQ Students

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Date:
Tuesday, March 23
Time:
9:30 am - 11:30 am
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Venue

Online (Zoom, link will be sent to registrants)
Madison, WI United States

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Facilitator(s)
Devin Wixon and Brett Nachman