“Why autistics love teleconferencing, and why professionals should make the switch

Autistics have been online for decades.

Why autistics love teleconferencing, and why professionals should make the switch. Register for this 1:1 Webinar with Dr. Henny Kupferstein (90 minutes)
Dr. Henny Kupferstein: “Why autistics love teleconferencing, and why professionals should make the switch.”

Why autistics love teleconferencing, and why professionals should make the switch.

  1. Accommodating sensory needs of the student – client
  2. Technology and device support for both parties
  3. Time management, planning, and note-taking
  4. Maintaining professional standards
  5. Boundaries for interacting with people in their homes
  6. Providing multiple means of instruction and multiple means of assessment
  7. Incorporating AAC communication methods during session
  8. Research on innate abilities supporting the presumption of competence.
  9. How to stand out on a web-conference.

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Supplemental Reading:

Teaching V7 Chords Using Solfege for Perfect Pitch Students

First, captivate the ear-based learner who craves sound. Keep pushing the ear a bit more. Now, reinforce the sound with the note clusters on the page. You must validate the fact that V7 inversions are missing a note, because their ear will ‘go crazy’ and point out the value of chord inversions. Once you have integrated the eyes with the ears, tie it all up as ‘visual shapes’ and ‘sound shapes’. Finally, wrap up with theory work (chord labeling, etc.). Always give constant reminders of their gift, each week.

 

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