The 45 minute talk will be followed by a 15 minute panel discussion from a range of interested parties including, educational psychologists, teachers, parents, autistic young people and researchers. This virtual webinar and discussion panel event will take place on Zoom.
This virtual event will focus on a recent research project, ‘Triple A in the Classroom: Attention, Arousal and Anxiety’. The project used research evidence to develop a new teacher resource to support pupils with additional needs concerning attention, sensory issues, and anxiety, especially autistic pupils who might be more prone to challenges in these areas.
The event will be led by Dr Mary Hanley and Professor Debbie Riby, who are experts on autism research and who have led the project that has fed into this event. Debbie and Mary will be joined by panel members including parents, autistic adults, teachers, and educational psychologists for a discussion following the talk
Dr Mary Hanley, (Psychology, Durham University)
Professor Debbie Riby (Psychology, Durham University)
The event is open to all but will be particularly relevant to parents and teachers and anyone involved in supporting and delivering the education of autistic pupils.
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