Autism Spectrum Disorders and Group Work in Mathematics

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Funded by the HESTEM Mathematics Curriculum Innovation project, two workshops were organised to bring together parties interested in group work for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The paper reports briefly on topics covered, notes commonalities in successful practices and suggests a framework based on these.

The paper is on pages 45-47 of a MSOR Network booklet on Student-centred Approaches in Mathematics.


This development was produced by Emma Cliffe, Noel-Ann Bradshaw. Information is correct as of 2012. The information is suitable for Higher Education. The information is suitable for Lecturer. Further information can be found at:


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Outcomes

  • The challenges successfully met were:
  • To meet these challenges the following processes were employed:
    • None
  • The following skills were also built:
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Overview of content

Section headings:

  • Introduction
  • Overview: Autism spectrum disorders, mathematics and group work
  • Discussion of practice: group work in mathematics
  • Commonalities: A possible framework for group work

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