Book: Across the Spectrum by Francine Brower & Keith MacKenzie Cox via @BloomsburyEd

Published by Bloomsbury Education

Across the Spectrum A journey towards understanding and supporting individuals with autism













  • This is an essential book for all working in schools, to recognise and identify the best outcomes for pupils with ASD.
  • The book covers a range of autism characteristics that may help teachers understand situations that some pupils will find most challenging.
  • Tips and chapter takeaways are offered throughout, highlighting key points that educators need to consider when working with ASD students.
  • The authors have concentrated on all stages of child development, therefore this book is suited for educators in all school settings.
  • Understanding the needs, behaviours and challenges of all students is essential, and this book does a fantastic job at highlighting issues for ASD students, with heart-warming real-life case studies throughout.

Supported by Bloomsbury Education

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) presents itself in many different ways, and teachers must be able to identify individual and shared characteristics to provide proper support. This can often present problems for teachers who lack experience of the entire spectrum, which ranges from supporting those with severe learning difficulties to working with highly able young people.

Using real-life examples from their decades of experience, Francine Brower and Keith MacKenzie Cox explain how to identify diverse characteristics of autism, explore key challenges that individuals and schools face and offer practical, effective strategies to support pupils with ASD.

Covering a range of autism characteristics, including sensory differences, communication, behaviour and socialisation, this is the ideal book for mainstream and special school teachers looking to improve their special educational needs provision, and develop the best possible learning outcomes for all pupils with ASD.

*RRP – Price correct at time of review publication.

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