„Frente al bullying, contesta“. Acoso escolar y Trastorno del Espectro Autista.

¿Por qué los alumnos con TEA son más vulnerables al acoso escolar? ¿Cómo prevenir situaciones de acoso o riesgo de acoso escolar en personas con TEA educando para la convivencia y el tratamiento del conflicto de forma pacífica? ¿Cómo poner en marcha un protocolo de actuación que responda a situaciones de acoso ¿Cómo apoyar a los alumnos con TEA que son acosados? ¿Qué recursos existen para el profesorado? ¿Y para las familias?

El pasado octubre, en la I Conferencia Estatal „Acoso escolar y Trastorno del Espectro Autista“ organizada por la Confederación de Autismo España en colaboración con la Fundación Reina Sofía, se presentó una guía con el objetivo de ofrecer un  „recurso dirigido a familias y profesores para ayudarles a identificar y detectar situaciones de bullying y ponerles freno, así como para apoyar y ayudar a la víctima.“ 

La guía puedes descargarla aquí: Guía bullying TEA

Si necesitas más información, visita la web: www.acosoescolartea.es

 

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Teaching emotions and social skills to children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, but not only!

The Even Better Project  was thought with the aid of teaching emotions and social skills to children with Asperger and other disorders on the autism spectrum (ASD), through the a collection of educational computer games. It will provide anyone who works with autistic children with a valuable tool to aid their first contact by reducing the usual initial resistance children put up during assessment. It can also teach them different skills.

But not only Asperger/ASD kids can benefit from the games and content of the Even Better web page, but also other people who may have difficulty in recognizing emotions such as cognitive disabilities or even adults whose disorders involve loss of facial recognition, like Alzheimer and Parkinson, etc.

You will find 4 games, all of them avaliable in English, Spanish and French:

  • “Our emotions”: Discover how to recognize the most important emotions of Leo and his friends playing this game.
  • “Each person with its match”: Look very closely at the faces which appear on the screens and drag the right ones for each emotion you see
  • “Dissapear”, a game for distinguishing one emotion from another, when you touch the right faces , they disappear.
  • “Emotions roulette”: you will spin the wheel, and guess the emotion, then you will see some possible situations and you will have to answer on which situation you feel one or another emotion.

  For more information, visit their website: http://www.czpsicologos.es/evenbettergames/juegos.php