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Thu, Aug 17

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Emory Autism Center Rapid Fire Training: Does Classroom Set-Up Truly Make a Difference for Students with Autism?

At the beginning of each school year, teachers often spend hours organizing and decorating their classroom. In this training, Emory Autism Center staff will present on the importance of classroom set-up and its impact on students with autism spectrum disorders.

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Emory Autism Center Rapid Fire Training: Does Classroom  Set-Up Truly Make a Difference  for Students with Autism?
Emory Autism Center Rapid Fire Training: Does Classroom  Set-Up Truly Make a Difference  for Students with Autism?

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Aug 17, 2023, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT

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At the beginning of each school year, teachers often spend hours organizing and decorating their classroom. In this training, Emory Autism Center staff will present on the importance of classroom set-up and its impact on students with autism spectrum disorders. Discussion will include specific ways to set up a classroom environment that fosters students’ independence and success. This training is designed for teachers of students with autism spectrum disorders in separate classroom settings.

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