Developing REAL inclusive teaching and learning at university for autistic students through dialogue: a participatory action research project
Jonathan is a lecturer in Education Studies and facilitates transition and social support for students on the autism spectrum, and provides staff training on inclusive teaching and learning. He argues that much of the current literature surrounding inclusive practice to support autistic students is authored by staff, parents or other stakeholders, rather than the individuals with the diagnosis themselves. The voices of autistic students were foregrounded in this study. The findings from student-staff dialogue are outlined and recommendations for more inclusive teaching and learning practice for autistic students are identified.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: October 1, 2015
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- Good Autism Practice is dedicated solely to promoting good practice with children and adults with autism and Asperger's syndrome.
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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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