Every child needs help to become successful in PE but there is one child in particular, in your class, that needs more attention than most children. You have a child with Autism that has trouble with social cues, motor skills and is fixated on trains at the moment. Your job is to try your hardest to give every child a successful experience in PE but what can you do for a child who has Autism and the gym is a very difficult space for them? Here are a few tips I have learned over my career that have helped give successful PE experiences to students with Autism.
|Explore various teaching philosophies and identify innovative approaches you could take during your own PE classes. Because classes, schools, and teachers differ, there is no one-size-fits-all model for teaching Physical Education. Spark excitement in students by discovering new activities and teaching methods to encourage inclusion.|