Description: Lecture, two hours; discussion, one hour. People with autism who are nonspeaking face challenges fully participating in their communities. Exploration of documentary filmmaking as catalyst to educate greater community on importance of inclusion of people with disabilities. Students work together with community teachers, autistic self-advocates who are nonspeaking or minimally speaking, to create documentary short films. Students explore issues related to autism and disability while gaining exposure to observational, interview-based, and participatory documentary shooting and editing techniques. Letter grading.
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