As students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are being served in greater numbers in a variety of classroom settings, all teachers need effective strategies to meet their unique and varied learning needs. Research has demonstrated that assistive and instructional technology can be beneficial for students with ASD. This special collection of articles from the Journal of Special Education Technology highlights the use of technology with this population of students in the areas of communication, functional skill, development, and vocational skill development. The publication includes tips on translating research to practice, supporting teachers in applying these interventions most effectively with their students.
Edited by Melinda Jones Ault and Margaret E. Bausch. 2011. 124 pages. #T2012Order Now!