Autistic researcher and author, Temple Grandin, has written about how she ‘thinks in pictures’. When she hears a word, Ms Grandin’s brain works like Google Images to pull up ‘beautiful, precise pictures’.
Many people with autism have a strong visual processing senses, and learn best when visual supports are used.
In this video, we look at some quick ways of making whole-class lessons more visually appealing and thus more memorable and clear for our students with autism.
Watch the full series in conjunction with Tes here
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