A workshop for managers. Part of the Disability December 2018 programme of events.
Tags: autism, disability, Disability December, people and culture
This event is being offered free by the School of Education to celebrate International Autism Month and to raise awareness of the needs of young people on the autism spectrum.
Tags: Anne Emerson, autism, Debra Costley, International Autism Month, School of Education
A session supporting teachers both connecting empathetically with pupils on the autistic spectrum and developing a pupil centred approach to autism.
Tags: autism, Autistic, Jane Gurnett, teaching, Tessa Morton
Presented by Judith Morgan, Autism Team Lead, Nottingham City, as part of the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Seminar Series 2017/8.
Tags: autism, education, Judith Morgan, Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, teaching
A practical workshop to provide secondary school staff with insight into the main strengths and challenges for students on the autism spectrum in a school environment.
Tags: autism, CPD, Dr Anne Emerson, Dr Debra Costley, School of Education, Secondary schools, teaching
To mark World Autism Awareness Week, the School of Education is hosting a free seminar to highlight findings from cutting edge research in the field of autism.
Tags: autism, research, School of Education, support, world autism awareness week
The best way to get a tan, China’s ‘sinking cities’ problem and sneezing on public transport are some of the highlights of the University’s media coverage over the past month.
Appears in Issue 45
Tags: autism, Director of the Health Protection Research Group, Dr Alastair Smith, Dr Andrew Sowter, Dr Ian Stephen, he University of Nottingham Ningbo, Health Protection Agency, Institute of Education, Jonathan Van Tam, Malaysia Campus, National Natural Science Foundation of China, Perception Lab, School of Community Health Science, School of Psychology, Shanghai, sinking cities, UNNC