Downloadable class schedule organizer. Template for keeping track of your classes that can be incorporated into larger organizational strategies.
Different ways to access tutoring support. Tips about how to prepare for different kinds of tutoring sessions for autistic students.
We don’t learn well by cramming. We learn best through distributed practice sessions. We call this the “spacing effect” or the “distributed practice effect,” and there’s a ton of research to back it up.
Contributor Katie Matthews breaks down the “hidden meaning” in common syllabus components for autistic students. Learn how to make the calendar work for you
Say what? Contributor Katie Matthews breaks down some common syllabus phrases for autistic students, helping to make course expectations clearer.
Consider the syllabus a mini-rule book. These documents can be upwards of seven or eight pages (yikes!), but Katie Matthews helps students sort it all out.
Hate the word “organization”? This post might change your mind!
The syllabus is “the ins and outs of the class.” College transition expert Susan Woods explains why it’s so important and why autistic students should approach their professors about it