Educator Series: Inclusion in the Classroom
Strengthen your approach to inclusion in the art room. We will address the basic components of behavior (antecedent-behavior-consequence), behavioral data collection and prompting hierarchies. This information is pertinent to instructing individuals with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) but is applicable to anyone. Understanding objectivity in behavior management allows us as teachers to also step back and recognize our own behaviors and how we play a part in the student’s behavior. We’ll look at understanding behaviors and strategies for success with time for questions, discussion and artmaking!
- All materials and equipment provided.
- Classes are confirmed one week prior to the start date. In order to help us confirm classes, please register as early as possible.
About the Instructor
Molly McManus earned her BA in Art History & Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2012 and has since worked with individuals with autism spectrum disorder in community and school settings. Molly is passionate about interdisciplinary art and has a love for embroidery, drawing inspiration from the natural world and themes of self-empowerment and advocacy. She is completing her Master’s in Art Education from VCU and in her free time you can find her on a hike, loving on her dog and checking out new Richmond restaurants.See More Classes By Instructor