Lernen von Spiel und Beziehungen zu Gleichaltrigen: Integrierte Spielgruppen

von Wolfberg, Pamela   (Autor)

Kinder im Autismus-Spektrum haben ein hohes Risiko, von Gleichaltrigen ausgeschlossen zu werden und dadurch wichtige Erfahrungen beim Spielen zu verpassen. Um diesen Herausforderungen zu begegnen, wurde das "Integrated Play Groups©"-Modell (IPG) entwickelt, das die Sozialisation, die Kommunikation, das Spiel und die Vorstellungskraft von Kindern mit Autismus fördern soll. Es umfasst sowohl effektive als auch sozial validierte Übungen. Um die Begrifflichkeit und die Umsetzung des IPG-Modells zu verdeutlichen, enthält dieses Buch Berichte von Erfahrungen mit Kindern, die über viele Jahre gesammelt wurden. Fallbeispiele demonstrieren die Methoden für die Konzipierung und die Durchführung von Übungen in diversen natürlichen Kontexten. Das Buch enthält außerdem eine Anzahl von nützlichen Arbeitshilfen und Quellen, um den Betroffenen zu zeigen, wie sie lernen können, mit Gleichaltrigen in einem inklusiven Milieu zu spielen und Kontakte zu ihnen zu knüpfen. Children on the autism spectrum are a high risk for being socially excluded by peers and missing out on essential play experiences. To address these challenges, Learning to Play and Socialize with Peers: Integrated Play Groups Model contributes to a body of work focused on the Integrated Play Groups© (IPG) model. The IPG model is designed to promote socialization, communication, play and imagination in children with autism while building relationships with typical peers and siblings through mutually engaging experiences. Written at an introductory level, this book is geared to beginning specialists (educators, therapists, practitioners) and non-specialists (parents, family members, care-providers) interested in learning the basic principles and practices of the IPG model. Woven throughout this book are several common themes reflected in the IPG model. First, the IPG model emphasizes the essential role of play, not only for advancing children=s development and socio-cultural participation, but also as a fundamental human right. Second, there is an appreciation of individual differences and diversity by crafting unique IPG programs that are tailored to the child=s age, abilities, and special interests and responsive to family culture, language, values, and preferences. Third, the IPG model comprises both effective and socially validated practices & practices that are grounded in an empirical evidence-base as well as deemed beneficial by key stakeholders (i.e., specialists, non-specialists, as well as the children with autism and their peers. Finally, as opposed to operating in isolation, the IPG model occurs in conjunction with other compatible efforts to enhance children=s full participation in social, cultural and quality of life experiences. To illustrate the conceptualization and actualization of the IPG model, this book includes first-hand accounts of lived experiences with children collected over many years. Chapter 1 begins with the conception of the IPG model, including its theoretical and scientific basis, and how it has evolved in a rapidly growing field. Chapter 2 highlights the critical importance of inclusive socialization and play and the distinct challenges for children across the autism spectrum in terms of their development and cultural participation. The application of the IPG model is detailed in Chapter 3 using case examples to demonstrate methods for designing and implementing practices within diverse natural contexts. Chapter 4 gives a summary and conclusion, highlighting future directions for research and practice. The text also includes a variety of tools and resources that readers may find useful for helping children with autism learn how to play and socialize with peers in inclusive settings.

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Kinder im Autismus-Spektrum haben ein hohes Risiko, von Gleichaltrigen ausgeschlossen zu werden und dadurch wichtige Erfahrungen beim Spielen zu verpassen. Um diesen Herausforderungen zu begegnen, wurde das "Integrated Play Groups©"-Modell (IPG) entwickelt, das die Sozialisation, die Kommunikation, das Spiel und die Vorstellungskraft von Kindern mit Autismus fördern soll. Es umfasst sowohl effektive als auch sozial validierte Übungen. Um die Begrifflichkeit und die Umsetzung des IPG-Modells zu verdeutlichen, enthält dieses Buch Berichte von Erfahrungen mit Kindern, die über viele Jahre gesammelt wurden. Fallbeispiele demonstrieren die Methoden für die Konzipierung und die Durchführung von Übungen in diversen natürlichen Kontexten. Das Buch enthält außerdem eine Anzahl von nützlichen Arbeitshilfen und Quellen, um den Betroffenen zu zeigen, wie sie lernen können, mit Gleichaltrigen in einem inklusiven Milieu zu spielen und Kontakte zu ihnen zu knüpfen.
Children on the autism spectrum are a high risk for being socially excluded by peers and missing out on essential play experiences. To address these challenges, Learning to Play and Socialize with Peers: Integrated Play Groups Model contributes to a body of work focused on the Integrated Play Groups© (IPG) model. The IPG model is designed to promote socialization, communication, play and imagination in children with autism while building relationships with typical peers and siblings through mutually engaging experiences. Written at an introductory level, this book is geared to beginning specialists (educators, therapists, practitioners) and non-specialists (parents, family members, care-providers) interested in learning the basic principles and practices of the IPG model. Woven throughout this book are several common themes reflected in the IPG model. First, the IPG model emphasizes the essential role of play, not only for advancing children=s development and socio-cultural participation, but also as a fundamental human right. Second, there is an appreciation of individual differences and diversity by crafting unique IPG programs that are tailored to the child=s age, abilities, and special interests and responsive to family culture, language, values, and preferences. Third, the IPG model comprises both effective and socially validated practices & practices that are grounded in an empirical evidence-base as well as deemed beneficial by key stakeholders (i.e., specialists, non-specialists, as well as the children with autism and their peers. Finally, as opposed to operating in isolation, the IPG model occurs in conjunction with other compatible efforts to enhance children=s full participation in social, cultural and quality of life experiences. To illustrate the conceptualization and actualization of the IPG model, this book includes first-hand accounts of lived experiences with children collected over many years. Chapter 1 begins with the conception of the IPG model, including its theoretical and scientific basis, and how it has evolved in a rapidly growing field. Chapter 2 highlights the critical importance of inclusive socialization and play and the distinct challenges for children across the autism spectrum in terms of their development and cultural participation. The application of the IPG model is detailed in Chapter 3 using case examples to demonstrate methods for designing and implementing practices within diverse natural contexts. Chapter 4 gives a summary and conclusion, highlighting future directions for research and practice. The text also includes a variety of tools and resources that readers may find useful for helping children with autism learn how to play and socialize with peers in inclusive settings. 

Autoreninfo

Prof. Ph.D. Pamela Wolfberg ist Professorin am Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders an der San Francisco State University. 

Mehr vom Verlag:

Kohlhammer W.

Mehr aus der Reihe:

Autismus Konkret

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Wolfberg, Pamela

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Medium: Buch
Format: Kartoniert
Seiten: 117
Sprache: Deutsch
Erschienen: Februar 2019
Maße: 203 x 141 mm
Gewicht: 208 g
ISBN-10: 3170306197
ISBN-13: 9783170306196

Bestell-Nr.: 19122948 
 

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