• Computer Science
  • Published 2010

The ASD Friendly Classroom - Design Complexity, Challenge & Characteristics

@inproceedings{Mcallister2010TheAF,
  title={The ASD Friendly Classroom - Design Complexity, Challenge & Characteristics},
  author={Keith Mcallister},
  year={2010}
}
As architects and designers we have a responsibility to provide an inclusive built environment. For the Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) sufferer however, the built environment can be a frightening and confusing place, difficult to negotiate and tolerate. The challenge of integrating more fully into society is denied by an alienating built environment. For ASD pupils in a poorly designed classroom, their environment can distance them from learning. Instead, if more at ease in their surroundings… CONTINUE READING

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