In this book Craig Smith presents a philosophical essay on key considerations in autism education. Four elements are primarily addressed - the need to know the students we are working with, to consider the nature of accessibility and universal design, to recognise the qualities of The Edutainer and The Behaviour Detective, and to investigate ways of utilising the special interests of students on the autism spectrum. This book is different to Craig’s previous work as an experimental prose approach to addressing some of the core ideas of modern autism pedagogy.
Craig Smith is an autism educator, accessibility ambassador, Apple Distinguished Educator, and international keynote speaker. He is the author of the best-selling ‘The iPad Model Classroom’ and ‘Minecraft in your Classroom’.