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Develop an effective inclusion program for students with autism spectrum disorders with the help of this valuable guide. Offers step-by-step guidance for teachers in both special and general education and includes specific information on key topics such as educator roles and responsibilities, ongoing program assessment, and evaluating student progress. Features specific advice, legal guidelines for placement, and valuable teaching tips on a wide variety of topics including behavior management, boosting social skills, and more.
Also offers a wealth of helpful forms, checklists, and handouts to assist with implementing the program and ensure that all involved—educators, administrators, parents, and students—have the information necessary to make the program successful. 320 pages.
"Finally, a book that offers the potential to make inclusion successful for students with autism. This book not only looks at the unique characteristics of ASD, but highlights and addresses the social and behavioral demands of the general education setting for students with autism." — Katie Cook, Ph.D., early childhood autism specialist, Olathe, KS
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