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Pairing and building rapport is the first part of an effective student-teacher relationship. Learn five tips to engage students in learning and make it fun!
Vocational skills can be particularly lacking for students with disabilities. Learn about how to use prompt fading with task analysis to teach these skills!
Remote learning (also called distance learning) can be a particular challenge for students with autism and other special needs. This article provided several resources for teaching children with autism over the internet.
The process of obtaining an IEP in public schools can take some time. This article outlines the procedures for requesting evaluations and implementing an initial IEP. Factors taken into account by the school team in determining eligibility for special education are also discussed.
If your child is struggling to keep up in school, you may be wondering if they would benefit from an IEP, or individualized education program. This article will help you to think through the steps to help determine whether your child needs or would benefit from an IEP. Other options like a 504 plan are also discussed.
Reinforcement is the backbone of any effective ABA teaching program for kids with Autism. In this article, we talk about formal preference assessment strategies to identify new reinforcers to use during instruction. These include single stimulus, paired choice, and multiple stimulus strategies. Data sheets are provided to help complete these assessments.
Once you have completed levels 1 and 2 of the VB-MAPP assessment, it is time to move on to Level 3. This article will help to identify milestones that can be assessed through observation and those that will need direct testing. It will also provides a materials list and suggestions for completing the assessment.