Asperger Syndrome: Rethinking the Glass House Rule


This training is intended for participants educating students with Asperger’s Syndrome (AS). The module explores characteristics of students with AS and effective practices identified in the literature to support students in their school environment.  Relevant theories are covered, including social attribution theory and theory of mind, which are critical to supporting the social, emotional and behavioral development of students with AS. The Path A/Path B strategy is used to teach participants how attributions impact decision-making and responses to the behaviors of students with AS.
There is no cost for this session and lunch is provided. SCECHs available pending approval.
On-line registration available until January 5, 2017. Contact Jennifer Korinek at with any questions.

Cancellation Policy: If fewer than 10 participants, this session will be cancelled. Registrants will be notified by email of any cancellation.


Jennifer Korinek


Seat Availability: 21 of 40 available.
Last day to register: 1/8/2017

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Van Buren Conference Center
490 South Paw Paw St.
Lawrence, MI 49064The zipcode must be numeric with at least five numbers.