21 October 2015

Creativity and the autistic student: Supporting strengths to develop skills and deepen knowledge

Wondering how to support K-12 students on the spectrum in public, private, inclusive as well as specialized schools? Creativity and the autistic student can help. The author explores using creativity as a way to look at meaningful learning experiences of young people on the spectrum. "She then identifies key qualities of education that are commonly cited by autistic people to be significant to the development of fulfilling lives, healthy identities, promising careers and vocations, and creativity in general." -publisher

Want to check it out? Email us at cedir@indiana.edu or use worldcat.org to find it in a library near you.

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