Category: Publications

ACoRNS included in the AET’s Good Practice Guide

The work of ACoRNS has been recognised in the Autism Education Trust’s recently published Good Autism Practice Guidance. AET says the guides: ‘… present the evidence for, and define and illustrate, eight principles of good autism practice to help education practitioners understand autism and develop effective provision in early years, schools and post 16 settings.’ […]

‘Keys to engagement’ paper published

Congratulations to former ACoRNS Doctoral student Chantelle Zilli whose paper has been accepted for publication in the prestigious British Journal of Educational Psychology.  The paper presents a case study where autistic pupils and staff members’ views were sought about everyday decision-making at school. There are some very powerful insights provided about how children can feel […]

ACoRNS paper published in Good Autism Practice

The ACoRNS participatory model

A paper that promotes the ACoRNS participatory model of research and practice has been published in Good Autism Practice. Targeted at those who work or live with people on the autism spectrum, the journal ‘encourages good and innovative practice in supporting children and adults with autism and Asperger’s syndrome’. Written by Sarah Parsons and Hanna […]

Project findings on transitions and pupil decision-making now available

ACoRNS is delighted to share the first set of findings from projects that we have carried out over the past year. Summaries for each project are available to view and download here. We are very lucky to have had a group of exceptional students working with us this year, who have all carried out well-designed […]

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