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  • AmyPiekarski
    Elementary School
    Massachusetts
  • July 19, 2016 at 6:02 pm

    I have a student who is beginning Kindergarten in the Fall. He has autism spectrum disorder and can be very difficult to work with. I am experienced in ABA but am working as a certified speech language pathologist. Some of his behaviors include screaming at the top of his lungs, kicking, hitting, putting feet on desk, etc. The teacher suggests ignoring these behaviors and continuing the lesson. However, he easily sets off other children and makes them angry or cry. I am between a rock and hard place- do I ignore these behaviors? do i take him out of the lesson letting him escape in essence?
    HELP!

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