Introduction to ASD – Practical Applications – POPARD – July 2016
Monday - Friday, July 11 - 15, 2016
Kenneth Cole, PhD, RPsych
SFU Harbour Centre
Vancouver , BC
|For||School Teams, Community Professionals & Parents|
|Approach||Intensive, pre-readings required|
About the Event
This 30 hour course reflects current research and evidence-based practice in teaching students with ASD. Instruction includes pre-readings, practical hands-on training through instructor demonstration and coaching. In addition, course participants complete applied exercises in the key elements of teaching and supporting students with ASD.
The course structure involves pre-readings and class discussions, in addition to ongoing opportunities for the participant to apply concepts through active participation.
This course is a requirement for teaching assistants in many school districts and is open to community professionals and parents.
Application of Theory to Classroom practice:
About the Presenter
Dr. Kenneth Cole is a psychologist on staff at the Provincial Outreach Program for Autism and Related Disorders (POPARD). In addition, he is a School Psychologist in School District #36 (Surrey) and a Supervisor in the Adult Assessment Clinic at The University of British Columbia where he has previously served as Adjunct Faculty.
He is experienced as an educator in public schools, and has also worked as “direct care staff” (actually living in group homes), as well as serving as the Director of Training, for a large non-profit organization that provided specialized group home placements and supported independent living arrangements in California and Nevada.
Dr. Kenneth Cole is a passionate educator who is eager to provide sensible as well as strategic support for all persons who have autism. Please consider joining him to learn to work with some of our most unique students, neighbours, friends and family members.
- Registration costs include a $75 non-refundable materials fee.
- Please provide an email address you access in the summer months to receive access to reading materials
- Maximum registration: 30 people
- Note: This course is also being offered in August in Surrey. Limited spots are still available - please call the office to register.
|Date||Parents, Para-Pros & Students||Professionals|
|Early Bird Rate ends||June 8th, 2016||$410||$450|
|Regular Rate ends||June 22nd, 2016||$450||$490|
|Late Rate begins||June 23rd, 2016||$475||$515|
ACT fundraises to provide bursaries for low-income participants and/or those travelling from outside their home regions to an event. ACT only provides bursaries prior to registration. Please read Bursary Information. You are welcome to call or email ACT's office (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information. ACT provided $24,000 in bursaries in 2015 and gratefully accepts donations to our bursary fund to allow us to provide a greater level of support. Donate to our bursary fund.
Parents who receive Autism Funding may use 20% of the
total for equipment, books, training and travel costs.
ACT's live events are considered eligible expenses by
the Autism Funding Branch. Please pay when you register; the Autism Funding Branch will reimburse parents after the event.
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SFU Harbour Centre, Room 2270 - Sauder Industries Policy Room
515 West Hastings Street
Vancouver , BC
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|8:30||-||9:00am||Registration check-in - first day only|
|9:00||-||12:00pm||Morning Session *|
|12:00||-||1:00pm||Lunch - bring or buy your own|
|1:00||-||4:00pm||Afternoon Session *|
* Instructor to set breaks on first day of class