Features that represent 'good practice' in autism education have been identified in new research published by the Autism Education Trust. The report, which was written by a team from the IOE's Centre for Research in Autism and Education, examined practices in schools which Ofsted had judged to be 'outstanding', with a view to making recommendations for other institutions. Among the features identified were a unique curriculum and the importance of staff training and support.
The full text of What is Good Practice in Autism Education? is available now. If you have an interest in this topic, then these previous posts from November 2008 and April 2007 should also be useful.