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Tip 30: Your Ideas?

Posted on May 01, 2012 in Autism, Inclusion, News

Well, we made it to the end of the month! This was probably my busiest Autism Awareness Month yet. I traveled to Texas, Canada, Wisconsin, Rochester, Maryland, and central Illinois in the last few weeks and met hundreds of people.

Tip 29: Offer Support in French, Italian, or Mandarin

Posted on April 29, 2012 in Autism, Inclusion, News

Do you have families or colleagues who speak languages other than English and need resources in those languages? You may be in luck! For Tip 29 I am featuring all of my books that have been translated.

Paula Kluth 30 Tips in 30 Days

The following books are available …

Our final winner is …

Posted on April 29, 2012 in Autism, News

Lisa Orvis!! Lisa is the winner of a copy of “From Tutor Scripts to Talking Sticks”. Lisa, please email your mailing address and we will ship the book out to you ASAP.

Paula Kluth From Tutor Scripts to Talking Sticks cover

Thanks to everyone who …

Tip 28: Staff Lounge Teaching Tips

Posted on April 28, 2012 in Autism, Differentiating Instruction, News

Want a low-cost and easy way to build the capacity of the teachers at your school? Have educators take turns posting or displaying a differentiation idea in the staff lounge.

Paula Kluth 30 Tips in 30 Days

Each idea can be …

Tip 27: Co-Planning Sign

Posted on April 27, 2012 in Autism, News

Today is a quick and easy make-and-take idea for your next teacher inservice. Have your teams create “DO NOT DISTURB. We are planning!” signs for their classroom doors.

Paula Kluth 30 Tips in 30 Days

Teachers have so little time to …

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