Autism Publications 
From Indiana Resource Center for Autism

A selection of articles written by the staff of the Indiana Resource Center for Autism. These articles provide thoughtful discussions and practical recommendations on a wide range of topics, including behavior, sensory programming, education, communication, and other issues.

Autism Resources for Teachers 
From National Education Association

Autism resources for teachers covering overview information, instructional methods and helpful techniques, and activities and materials.

Autism Teacher’s Corner 
From Organization for Autism Research

Resource for teachers who want to learn more about autism and how to best support students on the spectrum: the basics, IEPs, tips for transitioning back to school, Asperger Syndrome, and ASD.

Best Apps for Kids with Autism 
From Common Sense Education

The apps on this list can help kids on the autism spectrum learn to better identify and regulate emotions, communicate and express themselves, manage time and routines, and interact with others.

Embracing Learner Variability in Schools 
From Digital Promise

David Rose, Co-Founder and CEO of CAST, an organization that works to expand learning opportunities for all individuals through Universal Design for Learning, discusses the importance of providing learning supports and structures that are tailored to students’ individual needs and abilities. He shares his vision for “de-standardizing” education to help students discover their strengths and become expert learners.

Understanding Autism: A Guide for Secondary School Teachers 
From Organization for Autism Research

The first of four segments (“Characteristics”) in Understanding Autism: A Guide for Secondary Teachers, designed to provide general education teachers with strategies for supporting their middle and high school students with autism.At the end of this segment, viewers will be able to: (1) Describe how autism impacts learners; (2) Indicate how the characteristics of autism impacts individuals in a school setting; and (3) Understand that autism manifests itself differently in individual learners.