Printable Faculty Guides

Faculty Guide for Working with Students with Asperger Syndrome (PDF)

Tips for Faculty - Classroom Discussions (PDF)

Stairway to Stem: Stairway to Stem is a national initiative supported through a grant from the National Science Foundation focused on building a support network for students on the Autism Spectrum who are pursuing STEM careers. The vantage point of this audio content is through the "lens" of a college faculty.

An Interview with a Faculty Mentor:  Building a relationship with neurodiverse students and embracing different communication and interaction styles

Universal Design for Learning : UDL frameworks and pedagogy can help instructors incorporate teaching strategies that best serve autistic and other neurodivergent students. In this series of interviews, Johnston talks with STS about what UDL is, how to implement it, why it’s a good pedagogical fit for teachers of autistic students, and where to learn more about UDL.

College Professor's Guide to ASD

Video from the Organization for Autism Research and the Global and Regional Asperger Syndrome Partnership (GRASP).  Understanding Aspergers Syndrome:  A Professor's Guide  

Background Information for Educators

This webpage is from Organization for Autism Research (OAR) for An Educator's Guide to Asperger Syndrome. Pages 1-12 on background information about Asperger Syndrome may be especially helpful and relevant.

Students with Asperger Syndrome: A Guide of College Personnel

E. Wolf, Ph.D.; Jane Thierfeld Brown, Ed.D; and G. Ruth Kukiela Bork, M.Ed. ISBN#978-1-934575-39-0

Getting admitted to college is often the easy part for students with autism spectrum disorders. Surviving and succeeding can be quite another, as these students transition into a system that is often unprepared to receive them. 

Order your copy at Autism Asperger Publishing Company 
or call 877-277-8254 (toll-free).

Stories of Autism

It can be helpful to learn about how students with autism view and experience their world. This YouTube video is a visual representation of what it feels like to be a person with Autism.