I have always been passionate about the intertwined fields of education and psychology. In 2018, I graduated from Newcastle University with a master's degree in cross-cultural communication and education. During this period, I learned a lot about social psychology, sociolinguistics, and educational leadership. After graduation, I worked for six months in an educational institution. During my work, I began to notice that in the current educational environment, attention and support for children with special educational needs is still insufficient. I am currently pursuing my PhD. I’m mainly interested in exploring what teachers can do to help children with autism adapt to inclusive education and the effectiveness and efficiency of interventions that children with autism receive in inclusive classrooms.