More Autism books

July 6, 2015 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

Once again, thanks to the TDSB Autism department for purchasing a whole pile of books for us on this topic. Our autism collection is totally amazing. Teachers of autistic students – we’ve got you covered!

Here are some of those titles:

  1. The behavior code: A practical guide to understanding and teaching the most challenging students (Minahan and Rappapport, 2012)
  2. The hidden curriculum and other everyday challenges for elementary-age children with high-functioning autism (Myles and Kolar, 2013)
  3. The hidden curriculum for understanding unstated rules in social situations for adolescents and young adults (Myles, Trautman & Schelvan, 2013)
  4. The incredible 5-point scale: The significantly improved and expanded second edition: Assisting students in understanding social interactions and controlling their emotional responses (Buron and Curtis, 2012)
  5. Middle school: The stuff nobody tells you about: A teenage girl with high functioning autism shares her experiences (Moss, 2010)
  6. Learners on the autism spectrum: Preparing highly qualified educators and related practitioners. 2nd ed. (edited by Buron and Wolfberg, 2014)
  7. Setting up classroom spaces that support students with autism spectrum disorders (Kabot & Reeve, 2010)
  8. Tasks galore: Literature-based thematic units  (Eckenrode, 2013). Note that we have the other books in the Tasks Galore series.
  9. When my worries get too big! A relaxation book for children who live with anxiety. 2nd ed. (Buron, 2013)
  10. The zones of regulation: A curriculum designed to foster self-regulation and emotional control (Kuypers, 2011)

TDSB teachers may borrow books by contacting the library at (416) 395-8289 or Search for them in our catalogue at  Request  a copy of our updated resource list on this topic.


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