Not a Classroom, but a Studio: Teaching Neurodiverse Artists

Students with autism spectrum disorders need routine, strong boundaries, and repetition when being taught, right? Not necessarily. Meta Thomas shares her journey to implementing Teaching for Artistic Behavior, a student-centered, project-based approach to arts learning in her classroom at Lionsgate Academy. The Walker's Education team has been observing classrooms like Thomas's as they build education offerings for neurodiverse learners.

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