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Teaching Strategies: Tasks and Adaptations Teaching Strategies: Tasks and Adaptations is a Course

Teaching Strategies: Tasks and Adaptations

Time limit: 120 days

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Full course description

Course Introduction:

Explore how to adapt teaching tasks to individualize learning in a classroom or training setting for individuals with ASD and related disabilities.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of the course, you will be able to:

  1. Explore the process for determining when and how to adapt and modify supports, schedules, and work systems
  2. Recognize that such tools should relate to individual motivators identified through the assessment and goal development process
  3. Gain exposure to and experience in applying the knowledge and techniques introduced

Meet the Course Creators

HANDS in Autism® has emerged as a state-wide training and resource center making a significant impact in the lives of individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other special needs as well as their families and caregivers. The evidence-based behavioral and educational practices at the core of the HANDS curriculum have had noted feasibility and practicality to providers and other stakeholders across educational, medical/clinical, and home/community settings.

 

Length: 1 hour

 

Department: 
HANDS in Autism

 

Credit: Certificate of completion

 

Audience: Public

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