This book is intended for teachers who have autistic students in their classrooms.
Teacher’s Guide to Autistic Behavior is a practical guide that lets teachers:
- Figure out if a behavior really is a problem
- Look at why a behavior might be happening
- Help students to manage their moods
- Teach practical strategies that help students learn to manage themselves
Teacher’s Guide is a quick resource for teachers and others in the lives of children with autism. It’s based on Dr. Heather MacKenzie’s decades of experience and extensive research.
In this book, behavior is viewed as communication of a need or wish, not as good or bad. And, children are active participants in learning about behavior so they can assume responsibility for it.
Buy Teacher’s Guide to Autistic Behavior through Amazon worldwide in either paperback or Kindle formats.
“What a refreshing, accessible guide to the difficult area of ‘behavior’ and autism. This book provides novel ways of thinking about ‘problems’ and tackling them in partnership with young people on the spectrum. Empowering and great value.”
“An excellent resource indeed! The layout is perfect, compelling, and easily read and followed! It has a nice “feel” about it and I would certainly recommend that teachers, parents, assistants, behavior specialists, etc. buy it.”
“Wow – where were you when I was teaching??? So many of the things that you’ve included, I learned from [painful] experience. It is wonderful to have an expert compile such into a little handbook. Great content – I like that it is short, succinct with specific details and ideas and
is very user-friendly.”