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Designing learning spaces for children on the autism spectrum

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Iain Scott is an architect and in this paper he sets out the key criteria which need to be borne in mind when designing learning environments for children on the autism spectrum. He illustrates these points by looking in detail at four newly created units and schools. It is a very rich paper and will be a great asset to architects, designers, teaching staff and pupils involved in creating effective spaces where children feel comfortable and within which they enhance their learning potential.
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Document Type: Regular Paper

Publication date: 2009-05-01

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  • Good Autism Practice is dedicated solely to promoting good practice with children and adults with autism and Asperger's syndrome.
    Each journal includes articles:
    • encouraging good and innovative practice
    • written by practitioners, academics, parents and people with autism
    The journal is edited by highly respected academics and practitioners specialising in autistic spectrum conditions and will be of interest to parents and practitioners in health, education and social services, as well as people who have autistic spectrum conditions.
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