Jan 31, 2012 -- 1:07 pmFrom CEC: Given the increased identification of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), more educators are becoming familiar with this rather perplexing dis- ability. If your class includes a student or students with ASD, you may need useful and practical strategies for meet- ing the educational needs of your stu- dents (see box, “What Does the Literature Say?”). Further, although more and more writers focus on the challenges these students present to schools, we believe educators could par- ticularly benefit from knowledge of spe- cific instructional strategies for accom- modating students with ASD in general education settings.
This article highlights some instruc- tional management tips derived from our collective experiences as educational and behavioral consultants. To download the entire article click below, to read the article online, please click here: http://www.cec.sped.org/Content/NavigationMenu/AboutCEC/International/StepbyStep/ResourceCenter/InstructionalStrategiesCurriculum/VOL.35NO.4MARAPR2003_TEC_Article-8.pdf
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