‘I’ve got something to add to that!’ Using creative methods to open up conversations with autistic young people.
Dr Ruth Moyse is a Visiting Fellow with ACoRNS at the University of Southampton, and a Director & Associate at AT-Autism. She is a qualified teacher and completed her doctoral studies at the Institute of Education, University of Reading. Her research interest lies in the education of autistic children and young people, particularly the female experience. Ruth is an advocate for participatory research and the co-production of knowledge and chooses creative methods of engagement that centre autistic young people and their views. She has two children, one of whom is autistic, and is autistic herself.
This is designed for anyone interested in autism and education, particularly teachers and educational practitioners, but also students and families/supporters.
No registration is necessary- follow the Zoom link. 09:30 10:30 (GMT) – Friday 26th November 2021