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|Autoren||Scheuermann, Brenda; Webber, Jo; Lang, Russell|
Teaching makes a difference. 2nd ed. Student ed.
Einheitssachtitel: Autism, teaching does make a difference.
|Quelle||Boston, MA: Cengage (2019), XXI, 282 S.|
|ISBN||9781337564908 (Taschenbuch); 1337564907 (Taschenbuch); 9781337564960|
|Schlagwörter||Autistic children; Education; Autistic youth; Autism in children; Erziehung|
|Abstract||Overview of autism -- Basic behavioral principles and strategies -- Reducing the challenging behavior -- Deciding what to teach: curriculum development -- Teaching: general strategies -- Teaching communication skills -- Remediating deficits in socialization -- Remediating deficits in life skills -- Evidence-based practices for students with autism. Engaging and reader-friendly, this text presents the vital material required by special educators to plan and implement effective programs that meet the needs of students with autism, specifically those who also have intellectual disabilities (ID). You'll find detailed information about evidence-based practices in the field of autism, beginning with an overview that discusses etiology, characteristics, diagnosis, and program considerations, followed by in-depth coverage of evidence-based teaching practices in a step-by-step format. The authors' optimistic viewpoint is grounded in the premise that applied behavior analytical interventions, if well planned and accurately implemented, will increase the potential for each student's independent functioning in integrated settings.|
|Erfasst von||Library of Congress, Washington, DC|