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Autism Spectrum Disorder: Evidence-Based Practices

Autism Spectrum Disorder: Evidence-Based Practices

(2016 | 2017) | Useful to Parent Centers for sharing with schools and parents of children on the autism spectrum.

Two training modules are available from the IRIS Center on evidence-based practices for educating children with autism spectrum disorder.

Autism Spectrum Disorder (Part 1): An Overview for Educators provides information on the early signs of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), as well as an overview of the difference between a medical diagnosis and an educational determination of ASD. Resources include notes on instructional considerations for teachers who have children and students with ASD in their classrooms, as well as things to keep in mind when working with the families of those children and students (Est. completion time: 2 hours).

Autism Spectrum Disorder (Part 2): Evidence-Based Practices highlights strategies that have been shown to be effective in teaching appropriate behaviors and skills and decreasing inappropriate behaviors with children and youth with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). It next explores several strategies that are particularly effective with young children, elementary and middle school students, and high school students (Est. completion time: 3 hours).

* HIGHLY RATED RESOURCE *  This resource was reviewed by 3-member panels of Parent Center staff working independently from one another to rate the quality, accuracy, impartiality, relevance, and usefulness of CPIR resources. This resource was found to be of “High Quality, Accuracy, Impartiality, Relevance, and Usefulness” to Parent Centers.



SOURCE ARTICLE: Center for Parent Information & Resources