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Teaching Written Expression to Students with ASD

Teaching Written Expression to Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

This recording addresses the difficulties that many individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders have in acquiring the writing skills necessary for success in the classroom and on the job. Evidence-based interventions for teaching writing to students across the autism spectrum are reviewed, to enable participants to identify the practices that will be effective with their students. Drs. Delano and Pennington also present instructional strategies shown to improve writing skills, including response-prompting procedures and computer-assisted instruction. They discuss evidence based practices for assisting students in developing basic writing skills (e.g., labeling, sentence writing), as well as strategies for developing more complex writing skills, such as composing stories and writing essays.

After viewing this program, you will be able to:
  • Identify evidence-based practices that can be applied to teaching writing to learners across the autism spectrum
  • Use response prompting procedures and computer assisted instruction to teach basic and complex writing skills
  • Acquire skills in monitoring student progress in writing

Presented By:
Monica Delano, University of Louisville
Robert Pennington, University of Louisville

Date of original program:
May 16, 2013

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