Teachers should normalize students with autism and treat the same as other students
Teachers should not normalize students with autism as it typically leads to more complications in the long run
Teachers should normalize students with autism but should treat them differently than other students
Teachers should not normalize students with autism in an attempt to ostracize them
Students should learn in an open environment
Diagnosis is important for the validation and mental health of students with autism
Teachers should not allow discussion between students with autism in the classroom
Teachers should offer multiple methods of learning and should include technology use in the classroom.
Fountains that spray water
Shadows playing on the wall
All of the above
His lack of response to stimuli and lack of communication when emotionally upset
His outgoing personality was now mitigated
He suddenly would break into tantrums without reason
He was talking too much in school
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