Jennifer Krumins is a Special Education Teacher in Peterborough, Ontario. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Queen's University, Ontario and a Bachelor of Education degree from Lakehead University, Ontario. She has studied with Queen's University, Nipissing University and the Geneva Centre for Autism on Special Education and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Jennifer has just completed a Masters of Education degree in Human Development and Applied Psychology at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. She is married with three children (one of whom has Autism). Jennifer has also written One Step at a Time: ABA and Autism in the Classroom Practical Strategies for Implementing Applied Behaviour Analysis for Student with Autism and Autism and the Grandparent Connection: Practical Ways to Understand and Help Your Grandchild with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
With the help of a wonderful translator and fellow teacher, Jennifer has published the French version of the One Step at a Time book: Une étape à la fois : ACA et autisme en classe
Stratégies pratiques pour implanter l'Analyse Comportementale Appliquée pour élèves autistes
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Been There. Done That. Finally Getting it Right! A Guide to Educational Planning for a Student with Autism
by Jennifer Krumins
Approx. 33,420 words.
Published on October 11, 2011.
Students with autism have specific needs and learning styles that challenge even the most experienced teachers. Learn what, why and how to create a meaningful and effective educational program for a student with autism. Based on sound science and plenty of real life experience this book was written from the perspective of a mother and special education teacher for students of all ages with autism.
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