AUTISM IS: The Interactive Classroom Experience

Information

LET'S MAKE A DIFFERENCE TOGETHER

Our curriculum Autism Is: The Interactive Classroom Experience has been approved by the California Department of Education.

Knowledge

(An evidence-based curriculum for General Education K-12+)

CREATING NEW A NEW PATH

UCSD’s yearlong research demonstrates that our curriculum addresses not only Autism and other special needs but also the issues of inclusion, appreciation of differences, social skills, bullying, and gun violence.

Click here to access the data based research performed by the University of California, San Diego.

THINGS YOU MAY NOT KNOW

Insights

Inclusion, Disabilities and Autism Is:

The Interactive Classroom Experience


Information

LET'S MAKE A DIFFERENCE TOGETHER

Our curriculum Autism Is: The Interactive Classroom Experience has been approved by the California Department of Education.

Knowledge

CREATING NEW A NEW PATH

UCSD’s yearlong research demonstrates that our curriculum addresses not only Autism and other special needs but also the issues of inclusion, appreciation of differences, social skills, bullying, and gun violence.

(An evidence-based curriculum for General Education K-12)

Click here to access the data based research performed by the University of California, San Diego.

THINGS YOU MAY NOT KNOW

Insights

Inclusion, Disabilities and Autism Is:

The Interactive Classroom Experience

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The Interactive Classroom Experience

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An evidence-based
curriculum for
General Education
K-12

Inclusion, Disabilities and Autism Is:

Approved applicants may use our curriculum for a school year free of charge.

Why This Matters

WE WELCOME YOU TO EXPLORE

We welcome you to explore and enjoy our materials: a documentary film, three short films, public service announcement, accompany lesson plans and overall ideas for supporting, loving and building life-long understanding and friendships for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Through Terrence Patridge, the star of the documentary Bass Clef Bliss: Terrence’s Path, we learn about the diagnosis of Autism, and the gifts that come along with the introduction of amazing teachers, peers, and music. Although the awareness of Autism as a disability is increasing, there is still a great need in our schools and communities to support the students with ASD who struggle to make friendships with understanding peers. Our curriculum, Autism Is: The Interactive Classroom Experience, may be used in whole or in part to advance the understanding, the need for direct instruction and support, and develop meaningful friendships through peer awareness and training. The power behind this is the magic in Terrence and many kids with ASD. These unique individuals may communicate in different ways, but nonetheless bring smiles and warmth whenever you are near them.

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