Instructional Management Tips for Teachers of Students With Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Marks, Susan Unok; Shaw-Hegwer, Jennifer; Schrader, Carl; Longaker, Tricia; Peters, Iris; Powers, Fran; Levine, Mark
March 2003
Teaching Exceptional Children;Mar/Apr2003, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p50
Academic Journal
Highlights some instructional management tips derived from collective experiences of behavioral and educational consultants dealing with students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Description of antecedent management strategies; Principles for consideration when setting up a positive instructional environment that can prevent frustration for students with ASD. INSET: What Does the Literature Say About Students with ASD?.


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