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Course CatalogUNDERSTANDING AND MEETING THE NEEDS OF LEARNERS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER TRAINING

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Estimated Length: 7 hours
Cost: $40.00 (USD)

Description

This training provides a framework for understanding ASD. Learn to demonstrate knowledge and skill in developing, adjusting, implementing, and monitoring evidence-based practices to accommodate the special characteristics and needs of individual students with ASD across a range of instructional settings. Topics include diagnostic issues, assessment strategies, educational implications, and interventions. Emphasis will be given to selecting evidence-based practices for supporting learners in all school environments.

DATE: September 09, 2016

TIME: 8:00am – 3:00pm (ASD Training)

AUDIENCE: General and special education teachers, school psychologists, occupational therapists, behavior specialists, school counselors, mental health professionals, paraeducators, parents, and related educational professionals who support students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

PRESENTERS: Sheri A. Wilkins, Ph.D. & Carol Burmeister M.A.,

LOCATION: WSGV SELPA Office

15 W. Alhambra Road, Alhambra, CA 91801

(Parking is limited; entrance to building is on Garfield Ave.)

Objectives

Participants Will (Outcomes):

  • Describe the characteristics and issues surrounding ASD in early childhood through transition age
  • Identify current state and national projects on learning and effective teaching practices
  • Discuss the evidence-based practices identified in the National Standards Project Report and the National Professional Development Center on ASD

Lessons

  1. UNDERSTANDING AND MEETING THE NEEDS OF LEARNERS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER TRAINING
  2. UNDERSTANDING AND MEETING THE NEEDS OF LEARNERS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER TRAINING
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