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eBook Teaching Children with Autism in the General Classroom: Strategies for Effective Inclusion and Instruction ePub

by Cynthia Simpson,Vicky Spencer

  • ISBN: 1593633645
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Cynthia Simpson,Vicky Spencer
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Prufrock Press (May 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 240
  • ePub book: 1466 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1468 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 835

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Cynthia Simpson, PhD, is an associate professor and program coordinator for special education at Sam Houston State University and an educational consultant in the areas of assessment and inclusive practices.

Cynthia Simpson, PhD, is an associate professor and program coordinator for special education at Sam Houston State University and an educational consultant in the areas of assessment and inclusive practices. Vicky Spencer, PhD, is an assistant professor at Sam Houston State University.

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Recent special education legislation has led to a rise in inclusion classrooms, where students with special needs, including autism spectrum disorders, are taught alongside their nondisabled peers. Teaching Children With Autism in the General Classroom provides an introduction to inclusionary practices that serve children with autism, giving teachers the practical advice they need to ensure each student receives the quality education he or she deserves.Promoting field-tested strategies and techniques, this book offers teachers sound advice for creating a classroom environment conducive to learning success for children with autism spectrum disorders. Topics covered include using assistive technology, collaborating with parents and paraeducators, teaching social skills, developing behavioral interventions, and creating effective academic instruction. This book gives general education teachers a solid background of knowledge about autism and the needs of students with the disorder.

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this book is excellent! parents and teachers can benefit from reading this book. i love how it is written, clear, to the point and provides every day difficulties that children with autism face in a regular classroom and it has easy explanations on how to help them
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General classroom teachers will find this an invaluable primer on successfully reaching students with autism and successfully including them with nondisabled classmates. The book includes a variety of hands-on tools and exercises that have proven to be effective in the field, making it a perfect primer for teachers who want to learn more about classroom strategies the fastest-growing disability group.