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|Titel||Forest School and autism.|
A practical guide.
|Quelle||London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers (2018), 205 S.|
|Schlagwörter||Großbritannien; Outdoor education; Great Britain; Autistic people; Education; Autistic children; Bildungstheorie; Bildungspraxis|
|Abstract||What is Forest School? -- What is autism? -- The benefits of Forest School -- Preparation! preparation! preparation! -- Communication -- Social interaction -- Forest School and the sensory environment -- Staying safe -- Setting up a Forest School -- Forest School activities. "Forest School's innovative outdoor approach offers specific benefits to learners with autism, including increased social skills, raised self-esteem and improved sensory function. This guide raises autism awareness amongst practitioners by providing practical and easy-to-follow advice for adapting Forest School activities for those with autism. For those coming from a mainstream Forest School background, the author offers an introduction to autism and shows what Forest School can offer people with autism - both children and adults - with first-person accounts that highlight its success with this group. The guide gives advice on the social and sensory benefits, offers practical advice on safety and on how to set up a Forest School and finally presents specific activities to be incorporated into practitioners' routines"--Provided by publisher.|
|Erfasst von||Library of Congress, Washington, DC|