We examine the psychological, physiological, social, and educational characteristics of individuals who have been identified as having autism and related pervasive developmental disorders, review specific intervention strategies (involving ABA), and provide instruction on how to create learning goals, short term and long-term objectives, the IEP form and creating a lesson plan for students with autism.
Small-group instruction for putting theory related to autism behavior and learning into action, led by experienced and knowledgeable practitioners of best practices of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy in the classroom setting. Methodology includes group lecture, direct instruction, interactive feedback and discussion, role-play, in-class supported experience, written course materials, video modeling, and data collection and gathering techniques.
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Geared specifically toward school administrators who oversee programs serving children with autism, this seminar covers universally-accepted components of effective programs, discussion of IEP issues for children with severely challenging behaviors, and suggestions for involvement in home-based or private programs for children with autism.
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