Tuesday Tip – Different ways students with autism respond – autism understanding
Occasionally students with autism have unusual or peculiar ways of understanding or interpreting their environment. Perhaps the cues that they are focusing on are not the cues that the rest of the world would most likely pay attention to. Their idiosyncratic way of understanding may not be easy to interpret. The result is students who respond to situations in peculiar or unusual ways. They are not being bad. They are just not seeing the same big picture that you and I are seeing.