Autism Speaks to You from a Teacher’s Point of View: A Handbook for Parents

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Xlibris Corporation, Jul 9, 2010 - Psychology - 79 pages
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In this long-awaited reference guide, Master Teacher Ethel Williams focuses on helping parents of autistic children to accept the diagnosis and work together to find pathways to learning. She imparts the secrets of her success in reaching and teaching special-needs students for parents to use in a home environment. Ms. Williams’s handbook is filled with new inspiration and insight into reaching the autistic and special-needs child.

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Ethel Williams, a native of Inkster, Michigan, is a graduate of Cass Technical High School in Detroit, Michigan. She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Early Childhood Education from Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan. She went on to receive a Master of Arts degree in Special Education, with a special endorsement in Reading from the University of Detroit in Detroit, Michigan. She later continued her education and received her post-Masters certification in Elementary Administration from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. One of the highlights of her life was joining the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Delta Beta Chapter, while attending Eastern Michigan University. Her commitment to education, along with an unwavering dedication for teaching the special-needs child, has earned her the title of Master Teacher. Her major contributions to the educational community have been her proven techniques, strategies, and methodologies. Together they assure academic achievement and promote positive social and emotional growth. As a result of her dedication, vision, and persistence, many of her children have successfully entered mainstreamed educational settings. After thirty-five successful years of teaching and many encouraging experiences, Ms. Williams retired from the Detroit Public Schools. Her life as an educator hasn't ended. She now writes books in several different genres: self-help books, fictional novels, children's books, memoirs, and faith-based motivational books. She is currently working on two titles that will be published sometime next year. Contact info: E-mail:

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