Creative, calm, caring and convivial...
Our classroom provides many opportunities to experience
community based life and instruction. We celebrate Neurodiversity everyday!
What is Neurodiversity you might ask?
What Neurodiversity looks like in our classroom:
Research Related to our class:
Read the latest research on Autism Spectrum from Spectrum News.
The latest from the 2015 Society for Neuroscience annual meeting in Chicago.
According to the DSM 5 (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition) the current core classroom components for students who are in classrooms like ours are:
1. understanding time and the value of money;
2. perception and interpretation of social cues;
3. care for personal needs (such as eating and dressing).