Inclusion! Evidence Based Strategies for working with Students with Autism

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AutismedWeb’s Teaching Students with Autism community held a webinar introducing and discussing systematic techniques for teaching students with an autism spectrum disorder.  This webinar was presented by Dr. James Ball, Ed.D., BCBA-D, President & CEO of JB Autism Consulting, Executive Board Chair of the Autism Society’s National Board of Directors, and award-winning author, and focused on teaching specific skills, enhancing motivation, and generalization training.  Dr. Ball presented a step-by-step demonstration, using real life examples.  Modifications were also explored that allow this particular program to be effective with students significantly challenged with autism, as well as those students with Aspergers Syndrome.

Webinar attendees learned:

  • To identify 3 reinforcement techniques to assist an individual on the autism spectrum in the learning process.
  • To implement 3 specific teaching techniques that will assist an individual on the autism spectrum in the learning process.
  • To design an individualized teaching program that will assist an individual on the autism spectrum in the learning process.

Watch the webinar recording to learn more about these techniques for teaching students with autism!

Join the Teaching Students with Autism community on edWeb.net and take a quiz to receive a CE Certificate for viewing this webinar.  All of the past webinars and quizzes can be found in the Resource Library.

Teaching Students with Autism is a professional learning community (PLC) that offers free webinars and online discussions to help educators learn strategies and discover new ideas and resources to support the needs of students with autism, particularly advances in technology that can lead to significant breakthroughs in communication and learning. This is a collaborative community where educators can share information to help support the needs of students with autism.  This program is sponsored by VizZle and STAR Autism Support.

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