Keys to Success for Teaching Students with Autism

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Future Horizons, 2002 - 187 من الصفحات
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After more than 17 years of experience working with teachers struggling to implement an effective learning program for special needs kids, Dr. Lori Ernsperger decided it was about time someone created a comprehensive resource for practical use in the classroom. She wrote this book as a practical, step-by-step guide to educating students with autism. This much-needed resource unlocks the secrets of six critical teaching elements, including:
  • creating an effective classroom environment
  • curriculum development
  • instructional strategies
  • managing problem behaviors
  • data collection
  • building collaborative teams
Perfect for new and veteran teachers, this book enables school personnel to efficiently create and implement an effective educational program for students with autism regardless of their level of experience or training.   Helpful chapters include:
  • Creating a Positive Environment
  • Designing and Implementing an Appropriate Curriculum
  • Identifying & Implementing Instructional Strategies
  • Developing Effective Behavior Programming
  • Data Collection
  • TEAM: Together Everyone Achieves More
 

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Chapter One Creating a Positive Environment
1
Chapter Two Designing and Implementing
33
Chapter Three Identifying Implementing Instructional Strategies
57
Chapter Four Developing Effective Behavior Programming
83
Chapter Five Data Collection
123
Together Everyone Achieves More
139
Conclusion
151
Appendix A Classroom Inventory Checklist
159
Appendix B DSM IV
165
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Lori Ernsperger, PhD, has more than twenty years of experience working in the public schools as a teacher, administrator, and behavioral consultant. She has had extensive training working with students who have behavior disorders, particularly those on the autism spectrum. Having earned her PhD in Special Education from Indiana University, Dr. Ernsperger has put her research and behavioral expertise to work in a variety of teaching, therapy, and behavior consultant roles. She currently serves as a private autism and behavioral consultant, and lives with her husband Tom and two children, Jessica and Ben, in Henderson, Nevada.

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