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PRACTICAL STRATEGIES FOR SUPPORTING YOUNG LEARNERS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER

PRACTICAL STRATEGIES FOR SUPPORTING YOUNG LEARNERS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER

By Tricia H. Shelton and Mary Renck Jalongo. Alternative approaches to teaching fundamental skills help hard-to-reach students succeed—not only students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) but also general education students. For effective inclusion, functional communication, teaching how to read and write, engaging students, behavioral concerns, building social skills, and partnering with families, multiple specialized strategies are presented along with explanations for when and why a teacher should try a particular method. Grades K–3. Index. Suggested readings. 8½" x 11". Gryphon House. 171 pages. ©2016.

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ING594-WBSCR 9780876596531 Paperback $19.95

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