Autism Spectrum Disorder

What Really Works in Secondary Education

What Really Works in Secondary Education compiles the advice of experts who not only know the theory behind certain educational practices, but have also spent time working in the secondary classroom – making this experience available to you at any time. In each user-friendly chapter, key information on a topic vital to secondary educators is boiled down and presented in ...

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Webinar: Friendship 101: Helping Learners with Autism Build Social Competence

In collaboration with the Division on Autism and Developmental Disabilities (DADD) An essential characteristic of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is difficulty acquiring the social skills needed to develop social competence, including the ability to form and maintain friendships and relationships with others. This webinar, designed for general and special educators who work with children with ASD, presents evidence-based practices shown ...

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Getting Around Town: Teaching Community Mobility Skills

Transition experts agree that learning to get around the community is one of the essential components of all school programs for students with disabilities regardless of the type or degree of disability. By teaching mobility skills across several areas and its impact for students to learn in the domestic, work, social, self-determination, and recreation domains, educators, families, and older students ...

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Social Skills Secondary School Lesson Plans 51-100

An update to Social Skills for School and Community, this timely new edition places a greater focus on teaching social skills in inclusive settings by creating learning opportunities in general education environments. The book contains 50 strategies for individual and small group instruction with follow-up strategies for facilitating maintenance and generalization. The strategies and lessons included in this manual are ...

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Autism Strategies for Middle Schools: A-Z

In many ways, the challenge of effectively teaching students with autism / ASD increases as their grade level increases. Students with autism enter middle school with very different maturity and ability levels due to the individual nature/extent of their disorder, as well as degree of support they have received in school and outside of school previously. To meet the extremely ...

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Friendship 101: Helping Students Build Social Competence

The eighth volume of the CEC Division on Autism and Developmental Disabilities’ Prism series, Friendship 101 focuses on building social competence, friendship making, and recreation and leisure skills among students with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities. Chapters in this evidence-based, user-friendly guide address the needs of students in different developmental periods (from pre-K through young adulthood), providing teachers, ...

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