Project ID - TIS001377
ASD in the classroom: Strategies to ensure academic and Social/Emotional Development -development of self-management -development of self-regulation -positive social interactions through use of social stories etc -strategies to improve progression in teaching and learning experiences

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Project offered at

Carnalridge Primary School
BT56 8PB


Jade Thorne

Student Skills

Positive and cheery disposition who can interact comfortably with children. Knowledge or interest in ASD and related diagnoses Ability to work with a small group or one on one

Expected Pupil Outcomes

-Increased academic ability -increased positive social contact -development of ability to regulate and time manage independently

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

-development of working in a classroom environment -effective classroom management -increased knowledge in subject area

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It encourages positive interaction between University student tutors and school pupils where the former can act as positive role models and ambassadors.

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