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The type of person that you are describing cannot be a team player because he or she cannot discern what the purpose of a team is, what the team wants to accomplish, and why he or she should cooperate. You can possibly teach the person to recognize facial expressions and what feelings accompany them. You can give the person two acceptable choices so that he / she feels like a decision isn't being imposed. You can calmly state an expectation. When the student does not meet the expectation, say "That was unexpected. I asked you to . . . . ." You have to set clear, but simple expectations, then patiently follow through. You reinforce them with positive feelings and compliments when the student complies, with patient redirection when the student does not comply. The attempts to redirect the student that you have made will not work. These steps that I am explaining also work on children with normal capabilities.
Maybe try to help him understand why rules are the way they are. If he has questions, answer them. If you don't have the answers, maybe you need to understand the reasonings for the rules better yourself. Try to see where he's coming from, and encourage him to try to see where you're coming from. Be open, honest, and understanding.
There is nothing wrong with Aspergers. Its a different way that the brain processes information.
If you had a diesel car, you wouldn't take it to a mechanic to adjust it for gas/petrol.
As such, working on the problem from a 'petrol' point of view won't always work. You have to study diesel.
In this case, people with Aspergers don't like to socialise much, hence not being a team player. They appreciate order. Constantly changing tactics is not order.
If you want a solution, you need to explain the issue better.
Drugging the kid up will cause more problems than solutions