Peeping into the sensory world by kaiako working with autism

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Afrin, Tahera
Mason, T.
Perez, K.
Bagherian, S.
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2023-11
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New Zealand
children with autism
special education
Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
early childhood education
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Afrin, T., Mason, T., Perez, K., & Bagherian, S. (2023, November 20-23). Peeping into the sensory world by kaiako working with autism [Paper presentation] NZARE, Palmerston North, Massey University. https://hdl.handle.net/10652/6313
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Purpose Whakatauki Research background: Whakaaro behind the whakaaro Research methodology Research questions: 1. What does the existing literature inform kaiako about working with Autism? 2. How can the knowledge from the existing literature assist kaiako to bridge the gap between themselves and autistic learners? 3. What practices can we encourage to celebrate our autistic learners in ECE settings and in school? Findings: What does the existing literature inform? Neuromotor achievements and difficulty Strategies to support Takiwātanga sensory needs Strategies to support Takiwātanga awareness needs People, behaviours and feelings Obscure learner identity Practices (NELPs )
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