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Tutoring a (male) student with Asperger's Syndrome

Tutoring a (male) student with Asperger's Syndrome You will note that I have used 'he'...
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Assessing Practice in Autism Research & Education

Autism is something commonly referred to as a spectrum disorder and whilst it is not viewed as a...
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Echolalia: A Different Approach

Teacher: Is this a dog? Child: is this a dog Teacher: Is this a dog? Yes it is. Child: is...
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Tutoring Students With Autism

When talking about a spectrum condition such as Autism and Aspergers Syndrome, it is important...

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  • Dyslexia Success Milton Keynes Centre, MK6 Gold Member

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    My first step is always to give your child confidence to learn. I work with children how they learn and as they could be-so that they will attain that level.
  • Joe Atkinson Borough, SE1 Gold Member

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    I am a positive, enthusiastic and easy going individual with a passion for teaching and have taught in the EYFS, KS1 and KS2 in a range of inner London schools. I am a qualified play therapist as well registered with PTUK and the tutors association.
  • Michael Chambers West Greenwich, SE8 Gold Member

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    Hello there. I am a dynamic and enthusiastic tutor. I focus on fostering confidence and ability in my students through applying psychologically driven teaching and learning methods to the subjects in question.
  • Emilia Casarin Willesden Green, NW10

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    Thank you for your interest in my service. I have more than 25 years teaching experience. I teach Portuguese, Yoga, Dance, Maths, English and Portuguese to all ages, including Special Needs (Autism).
  • Debbie Quinn Bridgwater, TA6 Gold Member

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    I have had over 20 Years experience, and have a passion for personalised learning and firmly believe in a multi-sensory approach making all work exciting.
  • Francis Norman Plympton, PL7 Gold Member

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    I coach students to help them to perform well in exams. If I take you on, I will do my very best to help you to achieve outstanding success. I will offer you top quality tuition as an individual. I will try to help you to achieve your very best.
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  • Assessing Practice in Autism Research & Education Editor's Pick

    Gill Walker Autism Tutor (Crewe) Picture Autism is something commonly referred to as a spectrum disorder and whilst it is not viewed as a disease or an illness, it is a lifelong condition which will present a range of challenges where social interaction, communication and narrow, restricted or repetitive behaviours are common symptoms....
  • Echolalia: A Different Approach

    Catherine A Autism Tutor (North West London) Picture Teacher: Is this a dog? Child: is this a dog Teacher: Is this a dog? Yes it is. Child: is this a dog yes it is Teacher: Let's start again! Echolalia is an experience of speech that can leave us feeling frustrated and confused. So, how do we speak to somebody who only utters words as the...
  • Tutoring Students With Autism

    Lizzie Salter Autism Tutor (Bristol) Picture When talking about a spectrum condition such as Autism and Aspergers Syndrome, it is important to understand that personality, environment and other aspects affect the optimum ways to tutor on a 1-1 basis. This article has been written as a brief overview of the approach professionals can take...

 

  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder in Girls Editor's Pick

    Autism Tutor (Coventry) Picture There is a widely held consensus amongst many educational professionals that autism is, in the main, a male condition. Whilst it is true that there are more boys with ASD diagnosis than girls it is not true that ASD is predominantly male. Autism does exist in females and we are now becoming more...
  • Teaching ASD students social skills

    Autism Tutor (Cardiff) Picture You are a Social Detective! Explaining Social Thinking to Kids Children with ASD and social and communication difficulties are unaware of how to act and behave in social everyday situations. This often gets in the way of their learning and becoming a happy and included member of the mainstream...
  • Tutoring a (male) student with Asperger's Syndrome Editor's Pick

    Judith Brennan Autism Tutor (Durham) Picture Tutoring a (male) student with Asperger's Syndrome You will note that I have used 'he' throughout when talking about students. While there are many women with Asperger's Syndrome, they are in a minority, and my students have all been boys. I do not know enough about the condition in girls to...