Learning through play is a well-established principle that underpins much educational practice, yet it is often overlooked in association with children with autistic spectrum disorders. This book considers the wide ranging benefits of developing play and taking it into drama with these children. The authors demonstrate how to implement such approaches via a highly practical, structured developmental framework, within which participants may gradually learn to be creative.
Based on extensive classroom practice, the authors discuss the psychology and pedagogy of autism in relation to play and drama and connect them to everyday learning situations using a wealth of examples. This accessible approach to play and drama can offer a powerful, memorable, integrating way forward for children with autistic spectrum disorders - and enjoyable, fun opportunities for teaching and teaming. This book will interest teachers, therapists and parents wishing to promote more flexible, creative thinking in children with autisitic spectrum disorders, and to enable them to participate more effectively in their social world.
The Authors Dave Sherratt coordinates provision for children with autism at Mowbray School, North Yorkshire, and is a tutor on autism for the University of Birmingham. Melanie Peter is a lecturer in Early Childhood Studies at Suffolk College (an accredited college of the University of East Anglia) and a freelance consultant in the arts and special education needs. She is also a tutor on autism for the University of Birmingham.
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