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Webinar Series - Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS) @ 3.15pm
Wed, 20th January 2021 - Introduction to ASD
Wed, 27th January 2021 - Introduction to Fundamental Movement Skills
Wed, 3rd February 2021 - Promoting and Maintaining participation in FMS programmes for students with ASD
Wed, 10th February 2021 - Exploring The GetAutismActive programme
TIME: 3.15pm
VENUE: Zoom
COST: €25 for the series of webinars

A comprehensive online ASD and Movement training series which can be completed over a number of weeks. The 4 webinars culminate in a core ASD/FMS fundamental movement skill programme which is currently essential as both a regulatory and behaviour management strategy.

Wed, 20th January 2021 - Introduction to ASD
This webinar explores diagnosis, issues in the world of ASD, theories, prevalence, associated conditions and evidence based teaching and learning interventions.

Wed, 27th January 2021 - Introduction to Fundamental Movement Skills
This webinar explores what fundamental movement skills are, why they are important, how they are developed, programme planning and delivery, and the use of demonstration and feedback in the world of FMS.

Wed, 3rd February 2021 - Promoting and Maintaining participation in FMS programmes for students with ASD
This webinar explores how to maximise participation in FMS for students with ASD. 

Wed, 10th February 2021 - Exploring The GetAutismActive programme
This webinar brings it all together in The GetAutismActive Online Resource Kit. This is a teaching and learning tool which I have developed and refined over years of research and innovation. It includes the 19 skills of movement i.e. running, jumping, kicking, dodging etc. It is designed using an “eclectic” approach and has taken best practice from each of a number of teaching and learning methodologies. Hence each skill comes with a video demonstration, a checklist of how the skill is broken down into steps, a voice over prompt with key cues, an incidental teaching and learning guide and a guide to evaluate each sesion.
Jan 27, 2021 03:15 PM
Feb 3, 2021 03:15 PM
Feb 10, 2021 03:15 PM
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Speakers

Dr Susan Crawford PhD
Autism Spectrum Disorder Consultant, Fulbright Scholar, Masters in Teaching&Learning, BScSport&Exercise Science, Midwife& Nurse
I originally trained as a general nurse and midwife and worked in these combined fields both nationally and internationally before returning to complete a BSc in Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Limerick. On graduating, I worked in exercise prescription and sport injury management. I completed my Ph.D. in Autism and movement impairment in the University of Limerick. From here I went on to join the Staff of The School of Education in U.C.C from 2008-2019 where I worked as a lecturer and researcher. I lectured on the B.Ed Sports Studies and Physical Education and the Masters in Education programmes. I continued my research particularly in the combined areas of Autism, movement and university/School/Community collaboration. I received a number of awards and recognition for this work to include The President’s Award, Digital Champion and Fulbright Scholarship and Fulbright Alumni award.