Hosted on September 20, 2011.
This webinar provides practitioners who work with students with autism spectrum disorders at all age levels, with in-depth, practical, descriptive, and comparative information on several of the most popular research-based interventions and approaches, including Applied Behavior Analysis, Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS); Social Stories; and Treatment and Education of Autistic and Communication-Related Handicapped Children (TEACCH). The research base and demonstrated efficacy area of each approach is discussed. The information presented will enable teachers, administrators, and parents to differentiate between effective interventions and those without an evidence base.
- Describe the research-based practices available for teaching students with autism spectrum disorders.
- Differentiate the areas of improvement that each practice can yield.
- Select the practices suitable for particular students or groups of students.
- Find sources of more detailed information and training in each of the practices discussed.
Presented by Joe Ryan, Clemson University; James C. Collins, Clemson University; Elizabeth M. Hughes, Duquesne University; and Amy Snyder, Northside Elementary School, Oconee County, S.C.
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