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However, as it tackles the day-to-day practice of teaching and working with such pupils it should be read by teachers too' - Tess Coll, autism outreach teacher
However, as it tackles the day-to-day practice of teaching and working with such pupils it should be read by teachers too' - Tess Coll, autism outreach teacher. This book will be a really useful resource for those supporting children with ASDs in a range of schools, both special and mainstream.
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difficulties in communication, interaction and imagination (Wing, 2007).
This booklet gives helpful advice to parents and school staff who work with children with Autism and Asperger Syndrome to deal with bullying. 0 Asperger Syndrome – An Overview - Stephan Ehlers & Christopher Gillberg
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Bullying is repeated, aggressive behaviour meant to hurt another person. It can be physical, verbal or social. It is not you who is the problem but the bully who has major personal issues. Take a pen and paper and write down all the unique qualities that you have. The bully thinks he or she has power over the one being bullied. Bullying is a BIG problem all over the world. You are not alone if you think that you are being bullied. For example, you might be a very good artist, good at mathematics or an amazing singer. Remember this list the next time the bully tries to trouble you. 2. Avoid the Bully.