I would like to take this opportunity to thank Cheese World for supporting the Awetism Classroom Professional Development Day. Without their support, this unique event would not be possible.
Do you know a student on the autism spectrum who is interested in making a positive difference to Autistic Students’ education? well I have the opportunity for you. On the 20th of March 2018 there will be a Professional Development Day for Teachers in South West Victoria and am looking for 3 keen students to be on a student panel. They will be joined by 5 students from across the South West District to answer questions from educators so as improve their understanding of how to involve autistic students in classroom life.
If you are an educator and know somebody who could be interested please share this information with them. Each school who has a student on the panel will be provided with 5 discounted tickets to the event. If this sounds like the opportunity for you contact me by emailing me at: bryce.pace.autism.advocate@gmail .com
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Are you a teacher looking for an interesting and unique event to fill you Professional Development for 2018? Then Awetism Classroom could be the event for you. Join fellow educators from across South West Victoria at Brauer College in Warrnambool to discover new ways to better include autistic students in classroom activities. The day will feature talks from students, parents, teachers and professionals in the field of autism. There will also be a unique opportunity to converse with a student panel featuring young people from across the South West region and discover their perspective on classroom interaction as they have experienced it. for more information and to register visit: www.brycepaceautismadvocate.wordpress.com/events
One of the many pleasures of my job is being able to share the amazing talents of young people on the autism spectrum. Not too long ago I shared a video of 10-year-old Calum who had an incredible voice. Well now he has himself a YouTube channel and will soon be releasing his first single, I am very impressed with this young man and look forward to seeing more of him in the future. Feel free to Watch the video below and be blown away by this talented young man and don’t forget to support him by subscribing to his YouTube channel.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1h1oEiekWsc
One of the many pleasures of my job is being able to share the amazing talents of young people on the autism spectrum. Not too long ago I came across a news article about 11 year old Calum who has an incredible voice. The article was in response to a video of him singing in the middle of a supermarket that has understandably gone viral. Be sure to watch the video by clicking on the link below and feel free to share with your family and friends. https://www.facebook.com/katy.rose.319/videos/10213348476920930/
Have you bought a 2018 Calendar yet? Don’t worry as Autism Not Weird has you covered with a unique calendar featuring people on the autism spectrum from all over the world. Who knows you might just recognise somebody featured. https://www.redbubble.com/people/autisticnw/calendars/28473953-autistic-not-weird-2018-calendar?asc=u&p=calendar